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The voice of the flute echoes the sweetness, the power, and the beauty of nature.

What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. ~ Crowfoot
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I am just embarking on my journey with the Native American Flute. I got my first flute on October 21, 2010. I love music, writing, critters, Yosemite, camping, reading-- and discovering the wonder...

In the spring of 2002, I was diagnosed with cancer. I had surgery and chemo. In the early autumn of 2009, I was diagnosed with recurring cancer and went through a month of radiation, followed by chemo from December 2009 until the middle of July 2010. So, in need of healing on many levels, the flute popped into my life just when it was needed. I am very thankful!

"Utter contentment with the simplest gesture of affection
-- that is the accepting love of a dog..." --kap

"Though, in the global sense, no one is alone in their loss and grief,
it is still a hard road to go down -- but life goes on, as does the road..." --kap

"The spirit of the Earth in the notes of the flute
the song speaks for my soul, when my voice is mute." --kap

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