"Carolyn Southworth is one of the finest pure musicians I've ever heard.....I'll say it again and again to anyone who will take the time to listen to me. This is a trip through Southworth's world, and it is very worthwhile time spent. Somehow after listening to this fine work, I feel a greater sense of calm, yet an incredible, life-affirming sense of excitement and wonder. Few artists make me want to know them more, to know everything that makes them tick. Carolyn Southworth is one of them."
At the end of a hectic day, it’s nice to cozy up in front of a crackling
fire to relax and unwind.
Life can go “sideways” sometimes, unless we learn to not take
ourselves so seriously, and have some fun.
Even on the darkest day, the sun will break through, and you will find a silver lining, if you just look for it.
At one time or another, each of us has a once in a lifetime experience or
Love song from the musical stage play “Abinadi”. (script by
Jack R. Jenkins with music & lyrics by Carolyn L. Southworth.)
During a cold blustery day, I was fascinated watching a family of bald eagles
soaring and playing on the wind currents. They were powerful, yet
graceful. In this song, the guitar represents the eagle’s cry.
This is a tribute to my Scottish heritage.
Everyone has a friend that is special. This song is for mine:
(chorus lyrics) “You are an anchor in the storm, you are the
calm amidst the roar. And love surrounds me, enfolds me, and brings
me safely back to shore, and brings me safely back to shore.”
Walking on the beach after a winter storm, you will find yourself in a wake
of destruction. But after the storm passes there is calm and pristine
The first rays of the rising sun gently break over the horizon of the Cascade
Mountains, illuminating the dissipating morning fog, sparkling like precision
cut diamonds on the water of Puget Sound.
As night approaches, we can reflect on the day’s events, and then settle into the comfort and peacefulness of the day’s end.