Taylor’s senior year

You Make Beautiful Things

by Edie Wadsworth on March 4, 2012

I had the privilege of hearing my two oldest sing yesterday at the Ridgecrest Youth Conference. After living through a horrific tragedy and watching  God make beautiful things from dust, this song is my grateful anthem. You think you’re raising your kids but they’re really raising you. (Thank you to my mother-in-law for that very […]


Goodbye and God Bless::The Verity’s Last Show

by Edie Wadsworth on August 12, 2011

My son Taylor, who is now 21 and entering his 3rd year of college has been the singer/songwriter for the band The Verity for the past few years. This band has defined him in many  ways and has given us all a host of precious memories. I miss the sound of his guitar in my […]


Knit Together

by Edie Wadsworth on August 5, 2009

I have a strange way of grieving. Lately, I am always on the verge of tears. Today, my eyes welled up with tears at least three times and I can’t even remember why. But I don’t usually slow down or withdraw. I cry frequently and then feverishly keep my hands and my head occupied. (officially […]


The Verity goes on tour….in a city near you!!

by Edie Wadsworth on June 25, 2009

It is my distinct privilege and honor to introduce you to The Verity, a christian rock band consisting of 5 bright and charming young men from Morristown, Tennessee. My son, Taylor, whom you’ve heard lots about, is the lead singer, guitar player, songwriter and self-proclaimed ‘dad’ of the group (shown center). You also know Andrew […]


Happy Birthday Taylor!

by Edie Wadsworth on May 29, 2009

This guy’s had a pretty exciting week.  Happy Birthday Taylor! You have brought me joy unspeakable. *a few pics and a song from Taylor’s graduation video


Graduation Garden Party

by Edie Wadsworth on May 25, 2009

Edited to Add:  I’m excited to join Kimba’s Garden Party and welcome all you Kimba friends to my blog.  She has been such an encouragement to us all.  I’m planning to host (if Mr. Linky cooperates) a ‘Painted Patio Furniture’ Party next Monday so I hope you’ll join me.  If you don’t have any furniture […]


Just like that……..

by Edie Wadsworth on May 19, 2009

they’re gone Kite by U2 Something is about to giveI can feel it comingI think I know what it isI’m not afraid to dieI’m not afraid to liveAnd when I’m flat on my backI hope to feel like I did And hardness, it sets inYou need some protectionThe thinner the skin I want you to […]


One mama’s journey through goodbye…..

by Edie Wadsworth on May 2, 2009

Edited to add:  I’m linking this post with Emily’s Tuesdays Unwrapped so welcome to all you friends of Emily.  She’s the best! It’s been a busy week for our family as we anticipate the fast approaching graduation of my son, Taylor. He was honored with many of his classmates this week as being among the […]


Where angels fly

by Edie Wadsworth on April 26, 2009

I had every intention of showing you my ‘redecorranged’ bathroom today.  It’ll have to wait.  My son, who is JUST FINE, was hit by a drunk driver on the interstate late last night.   He walked away unscathed from a potentially life-threatening accident.   That kind of news changes your plans.  It changes the way […]


Prom Night and fighting back tears……

by Edie Wadsworth on April 19, 2009

I cried silent tears at least half the way home from Cincinnati today. I know it should be a fun day. A day filled with joy. And it would be…..if  this weren’t another ‘last’.   So, I listened to Matt Kearney sing ‘Breathe In, Breathe Out’…… and I sighed heavy and remembered how blessed I […]


Welcome back!

by Edie Wadsworth on April 13, 2009

A few things I learned during my comment-fast: 1. As soon as I typed the words “I’m closing my comments during Lent”, I instantly regretted it and wondered if I’d be able to hold out for forty days. I knew it would change blogging for me. I knew it would help to clarify the ‘medium’ […]


Eat your heart out Kevin Bacon……..

by Edie Wadsworth on April 6, 2009

7 things I need to tell you about the choir concert 1.  Taylor had a solo singing ‘Footloose’.   He did an excellent job and even threw in a few ‘moves’.   I use the term ‘moves’ loosely. 2. This year has been wonderful because Taylor and Caiti have been in the same choir, along […]


Logos School takes a field trip……..

by Edie Wadsworth on March 26, 2009

Joseph and the ladies

It’s Spring Break for us so I invited several friends and their teens and tots to join us at Barter Theatre to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.  I don’t what was more fun….watching the play or watching my kids watch the play.  The teenagers laughed out loud and wore the technicolor flashing glasses […]


The Verity is on iTunes!

by Edie Wadsworth on March 22, 2009

Taylor  from The Verity

Guess who’s CD you can now buy on iTUNES? The Verity!!!!! Oh yes you can.  And if you visit their myspace page, you can see their spring and summer schedule.  Maybe your youth group would like to invite them to play.  Or maybe you’d like to buy their CD on iTUNES.  I think you would […]


1st   Make some dough and bake something.  We made biscuits (in the craziest little shapes) and gravy and bacon and eggs.  Every rainy day should have dough.2ndly   Recruit your small children to be the pictionary master of ceremonies and keeper of the sands of time.3rdly  Divide the teams into boys versus girls.  The […]

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