Unexpected Inspiration 🎹...

Let me just say, that the past 8 weeks with my splint on my finger has been frustrating.  I am wanting to write music and some of it is difficult to play with my pinky healing.  I know though, if I take good care of my injured digit, all will be well in the long run.

So many beautiful things and people have come of this injury.  So many of you have shared art, your thoughts, you post and email me.  I love that.  In that past I was afraid of that, of not living up to your standards, but now I am completely open. I don't worry about that fear. I know my limits and can only do what I CAN do.  Now don't mistake that openness as a free pass on my private life - just think of it that I can and will interact with you.  

I am also loving the ideas being sent my way.  

 My journey is here... with you. This is what I am feeling today. 

My journey is here... with you. This is what I am feeling today. 

 

My friend Tom Foth asked me what I thought about a Fan Referral system. I love it! In fact I would reward you with music and merch as my thanks! 

What do you think about Fan ReferRal System? Should I have rewards and what kind of rewards would you like?

 

"Now don't mistake that openness as a free pass on my private life - just think of it as, that I can and will interact with you."  KLC

 

Photo by Oko_SwanOmurphy/iStock / Getty Images
Photo by Oko_SwanOmurphy/iStock / Getty Images

I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am! Feel free to comment!  Peace in Music .... ✌️🎹 

Kori

Kori Carothers

Kori Linae Carothers, 27758 Santa Margarita Parkway #407 , Mission Viejo, CA 92691

A musician's path to her/his muse is sometimes an easy one. Other times, it is filled with potential pitfalls or unexpected obstacles. Kori Linae Carothers faced just that when, during a kindergarten health screening at the age of 5, it was discovered she was deaf in her left ear. Her young peers found out and the teasing began. In addition, throughout elementary and high school, Kori was constantly told she would never become a musician. Undeterred, she kept learning and practicing, never surrendering her dream. Despite these discouragements, Carothers was passionate about her calling and now, years later, she is an acclaimed pianist and keyboard player with four albums to her credit. Clearly, she is an example of a person following her muse with courage, humor, and determination. - Bill Binkelman