December 2012 Newsletter Tammy Vice


Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle all the way!  Here we are at the end of another year.  Soon we'll be ringing in a new one.  Our family wishes yours a peaceful and happy holiday season.  Here's the latest:


"Pieces of Hope" is about our family's walk with autism.  It has gone out to select radio stations.  The song is available on Itunes , CD Baby , and other various outlets.


Logan Blade's CD is in the finishing stages now! Two of the cuts on the project are "How God Measures a Man" and "A Mother's Heart".  Thanks for the cuts Logan!  I can't wait to hear your project.  I had the pleasure of hearing this young man on the autism spectrum sing at a benefit recently.  He's pretty amazing and reminded me once again to Always Assume Ability. Visit this youtube link to hear him singing Long Black Train.                                    


They are the pinch hitters, the minutemen and women that come to the rescue on a regular basis.  They are the ones who hand out those extra treats when mom and dad aren't looking. :-) Grandparents are a gift to their grandchildren.  They are a gift to moms and dads as well.  I am thankful my parents play a major role in the lives of our daughters.  To grandparents everywhere who go "To Infinity and Beyond" to care for your grandchildren, thank you for all you do.  We just want you to know you are Stars in our sky! You are a Harbor in our ocean!

Christmas Morgan with GrandparentsAllison and Grandparents in Santorini Harbor

 My Stars                             My Harbor



Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Songwriters Round with Harold Hill, Ken Rash, and Tammy Vice.

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Until Next Time,                                                                                                              

Know The Hope!   

Tammy Vice


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