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February 15, 2011


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I'd never heard of Amos Lee (I'm in Australia - forgive me) but I've just sampled some tracks on iTunes and i think I'll be hearing alot of him now! Thanks for the tip!


I love this video, your journals and the music!! thanks for sharing, roxanne


oh so yummy!! your inspirational pages...loving the black and white and Amos


Gwen Delmore

Really beautiful journals, Fran!

Carla Sonheim

Fran... I loved looking at your beautiful journals! AND... I was just thinking this morning: "I need some new music!"

Off to itunes...


Dawn Elliott

Your journals are awesome! I can't wait to see what you put into the Oaxaca Children's Shrine Auction this year.


Your journals are gorgeous! I love how you used your Tazo Tea boxes on the front and back cover. Also, the music was great! I'll have to check him out.

Lisa Hoffman

wait. What's that sound??!!!
oh, it's ME falling on the floor and my chair coming down with me after being BLOWN AWAY by your journals. They are YOU, yet new. The painting that you're adding to them!!???...I....well....You.....

Amos is now being added to my list.

Ouch. It's hard down here on the floor.

Marylinn Kelly

Fran, Lisa told me of the video, I had to come and see - and listen - for myself. What a charming presentation...the chance to hear what you love about Amos and see, at exactly the right pace, your inspiring pages. And congratulations on your teaching gig at Journalfest. Thanks so much.

debra cooper

Just found your blog and I love it! I also lovelovelove Amos Lee but my forever crush is on Ray LaMontagne. I could never get tired of his voice. Thank for sharing!

debra cooper

oops, forgot to mention: you have to hear Amos Lee's version of Ray's song In the Arms of A Woman. You may never be the same again. ;-)

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