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Lauren Grace My new grandbaby

May 22nd, 2013

Lauren Grace  My new grandbaby

This Grandmother "Mimi" is a happy one...
After a LONG labor.... 39 hours.... Lauren Grace Swingle finally came out to play!
7lbs 15oz - May 21, 2013 at 1:59am

CD Cover Done

May 9th, 2013

CD Cover Done

CD Cover for Promotional CD ~ Done
Website ~ always a work in progress.
Fan Page ~ almost done
Biography ~ OMG.... this one is so hard!
itunes, cdbaby, madmusic, amazon ~ next week
Temporary You Tube video ~ up and running.

Flight to east coast ~ tomorrow
Arrival of New Grandbaby ~ next week
Build 2 new websites ~ I'll start next week while in Florida
Sleep, NOW, that's a must!

Promotions for new music release ~ never ending!

Outcome to all of this will be education, lessons, patience, and PRICELESS!!!

Artist Charles Banks Wilson born August 6 1918 died May 2, 2013

May 3rd, 2013

I carry much pride in knowing I am related to this man that contributed to the Art World... RIP Charles Banks Wilson (my grandfather's cousin)

Charles Banks Wilson (born August 6, 1918; died May 2, 2013) is an American artist. Wilson was born in Arkansas in 1918, his family eventually moving to Miami, Oklahoma, where he spent his childhood. A painter, printmaker, teacher, lecturer, historian, magazine and book illustrator, Wilson's work has been shown in over 200 exhibitions in the United States and across the globe.[1]

Permanent collections of Wilson's work are housed in some of the most renowned museums and art galleries in the world. These include New York's Metropolitan Museum, Washington's Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery, the Oklahoma State Capitol, and the Smithsonian.

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May 2nd, 2013


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Tu Eres La Mujer Alfonso Sainz My Father

April 23rd, 2013

My father... his new release...

Alfonso Sainz ~ (ex) Los Pekenikes
After 35 years Alfonso Sainz and Tim Coons (Producer of the Backstreet Boys) were reunited for a Documentary Alfonso's daughter Diana Sainz is making on her father's life as leader of one of Spain's most famous rock groups Los Pekenikes, the 1960's and 1970's. From this meeting, a fire was lit and Alfonso was once again back in the recording studios working with Tim Coons on "Tu Eres La Mujer" as well as another song to be recorded and released later this month.
Alfonso and his group, Los Pekenikes were known through Europe and the Latin countries for their unique instrumentals and "Spanish rock" innovations. Their first million seller was "Los Cuatro Muleros" which sold throughout 37 countries. Their other
hits included "Lady Pepe", "La tia Vinagre", "Frente A Palacio", "El Tiempo Vuela", "Hilo de Seda" which won best song award in Spain, and many others during their 12 successful years together.

Composed and Lyrics by: Alfonso Sainz
Produced by: Tim Coons
Executive Manager/Director of Media and Public Relations: Diana Sainz

San Juan Capistrano

April 22nd, 2013

San Juan Capistrano... I seem to always love being there

Photography Prints

My Father

April 14th, 2013

If you have read my profile on FAA, you already know that my father was a musician. He recently recorded a new song after reuniting him with an old friend, Tim Coons (producer of the Backstreet Boys), and who sung on my father's first American album.

I hope the attached link works, I am sharing his latest song. It is quite beautiful.

Invisible Killer The Monster Behind the Mask

April 1st, 2013

Invisible Killer The Monster Behind the Mask

THIS IS A TRUE STORY about one of my best friends, Michelle Lynn Jones, a victim of a serial killer. Invisible Killer: The Monster Behind the Mask, written by Diana Montane and Sean Robbins, release date September 28, 2013. Pre-Orders start at the end of April! Aired on CBS' 48 Hours Mystery "Deadly Obsessions". Diana and Sean have uncovered so much more than anyone could have ever imagined.

THANK YOU to all whom have liked this page and supported it and shared it for your friends to LIKE!

Each "LIKE" HONORS ALL of his victims, (and know there were many) each "LIKE" brings us one step closer to finding justice for ALL of them not just our friend Friends-of Michelle Lynn Jones and her Aunt Teri Helfrich Brandt!

Please also take a moment to visit the Michelle Lynn Jones Foundation website to learn more - a foundation to promote personal safety by raising public awareness about invisible criminals in our communities, help us change some laws, to make our communities a safer place!

Here is the review from N.Y times bestselling author:
"There is nothing more terrifying than considering that a friendly neighbor is in fact a bloodthirsty serial killer. After reading the dogged journalism undertaken by Diana Montane and Sean Robbins about a man who killed dozens of people - starting with his own pregnant mother - in "The Invisible Killer: The Monster Behind the Mask" you will never trust any seemingly kind strangers quite the same way again."
Michele McPhee, New York Times Best-Selling author of A Date With Death.

I am posting this due to the importance of exposing real criminals in our community... this book hit home and if at all possible, I don't ever want it to hit another home again!!!!

A Thousand Words

March 28th, 2013

A Thousand Words

It has been said that a picture speaks a thousand words, in this case, this picture shows at the time over 1 million had been served and as of April 10, 2010, 1,264,564,043+ 245,359,187,809 = 246,623,751,852 Which Rounds to 247 Billion Sold.... as of June 2012, there are now more than 33,000 restaurants around the world in 118 countries. This one, original locations of the "Golden Arches" has obviously multiplied many times over. Who would have ever imagined.

One our way back from a trip to Lake Tahoe, I begged my boyfriend to stop at this historical location. This was Americana, this I had to see for myself, and so he agreed. Now a museum and "grave yard" store for all of the memoriblia, toys, signs, and former advertisemtents for McDonalds, walking was quite an odd experience, but one I am glad to have checked off of the bottom of my bucket list!

The business began in 1940, with a restaurant opened by brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald at 1398 North E Street at West 14th Street in San Bernardino, California (at 34.1255N 117.2946W). Their introduction of the "Speedee Service System" in 1948 furthered the principles of the modern fast-food restaurant that the White Castle hamburger chain had already put into practice more than two decades earlier. The original mascot of McDonald's was a man with a chef's hat on top of a hamburger shaped head whose name was "Speedee". for more information:

Saying Goodbye

March 25th, 2013

Saying Goodbye

To some a picture speaks a thousand words, to others, they feel those words as pain in their hearts as they say farewell to their loved ones being deployed; and soldiers, standing proud and staying strong, hiding the pain they feel saying farewell to family, friends and their loyal pets. Today my friend Dawn said goodbye to her daughter, Rachael, who is being deployed to Afghanistan... I am sharing Dawn's image as I think it speak louder than anyone of us ever could!