Maggie Wright
 

Category Archives: BRINGING BACK THE MAGIC

We had dreams as children… dreams that we believed would come true. Then we grew up and the magic died. That is, until now. This category is about bringing the magic back into our lives.

SMILE!

  Words are NOT needed for this one.  The song Smile by the Lettermen helped me get through  sadness, tears, pain, sorrow, disappointment, rejection, and the heartache of growing up. It is one of my most favorite songs.  Enjoy!    

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Magical Duets: Maggie’s Picks

Just wanted to share with you a few of my very favorite duets: How do you keep the music playing?  by Tony Bennett & Aretha Franklin   The Lady is a Tramp  by Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga     … Continue reading

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The Comins’ and Goins’ of the Cholla Cactus Tree

Above painting titled “Where’s Mine?”  By Arlene Powers. I have a true story to tell.  It’s about two brown birds… two brown birds that have curved bills and they live in the desert.  They are Curve-billed thrashers whom I have … Continue reading

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Puff, the Magic Dragon

Peter, Paul, & Mary’s song, “Puff, the Magic Dragon,” has always touched my heart.  It was a lyrical tale of what happens… of  losing those childhood magical things… when we grow up.  Little Jackie Paper grew up and Puff, his … Continue reading

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