Teela Hart

Surviving Domestic Violence


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I’m Crazy


I had an on-line relationship once upon a time.

Crazy, I know.

It happened nonetheless.

This is a tribute to my Crazy Virtual Romance.

My romantic interest will probably never see this post, so I decided to let it all out.

It’s therapeutic you know.

Besides, I love this song and I couldn’t resist the opportunity to post it.

 


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Twenty-Three Days and Counting


In twenty-three days I will be hittin’ the road to the great mountainous regions of Tennessee.

It seems only fittin’ that I post a little of my favorite music from the Allman Brothers, Eat a Peach album. to get me ready for that glorious day.  I would have posted the live at Fillmore East vid, but that rascal is around 35 minutes long.

This is the shortest version I could find.

Enjoy the Mountain Jams, if you’ve a mind to.

It’s all jams by the way.

 


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It Ain’t the Mississippi


“I like to hear some funky Dixie land and then some honky tonk………..”

“Old black water keep on rollin, Mississippi moon want you keep on shinin’ on me”

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I know, it ain’t the Mississippi river or the Mississippi moon, I was just looking for a reason to play this video.  😉

Carolina Girls

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The kids and I had an awesome time!

I hope you enjoy the music and photos!

 

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~This is what it is to be free from Domestic Violence~

If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, please visit http://www.nomore.org for a list of domestic violence centers specific to your location. You can also contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at http://www.thehotline.org or call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). If you feel you are in immediate danger contact your local law enforcement by calling in the U.S. 911

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Running In the Shadows


I need a little boost to get over the rest of the hump and this is it.  I hope ya’ll watch the video, Stevie’s performance is, for a lack of a better term, killer.

“Gold Dust Woman” was my kind of symbolic look at somebody going through a bad relationship, doing a lot of drugs, and trying to make it.  Trying to live.  Trying to get through it”  Stevie Nicks  (VH1 interview)

I’ve been there and done that and I take this song by an awesome recording artist/performer/poet as a peek into my own life, after all, I’m “somebody.”

 

Take it away Stevie……….