It feels good to be recording again! I’ve been collecting lullabies from the US and around the world for years and I’ve been told my voice is well-suited to singing soothing lullabies. So I decided that an album was in order. I started recording recently and will post some unpolished results here. My good friend and gifted musician Don Mulvaney is engineering.
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This past fall was a first – the first September in many years where I didn’t go back to school in some way. I miss the students and the LREI community but I am enjoying the freedom. The possibilities are endless, which can be overwhelming, but I’m finding my way back to getting the creative juices flowing. Hence, the recording project. I’m also planning to record songs and activities that I used as a teacher of young children and create a resource suitable for both teachers and parents.

In September, Vic and I celebrated my retirement and his hard work with an exciting trip to France. We spent a fabulous week in Paris and then an adventurous week on a boat cruising the countryside on the Canal-du-Midi.

Sue and Vic

Great food!


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The Threshold Choir is busy rehearsing and singing at two hospitals. We usually sing at the bedsides of patients in groups of two or three. This winter, we are also planning to sing as a chorus for groups of patients at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

I’d love to hear from you (see “Comments”).
In harmony- Sue

Sailor Sue

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