Friday, December 24, 2010

A Present

This is my middle child.  His name is Max and as you can see by looking at his fists, he was raised on marshmallows.  He didn't grow into a cowboy, but into a fine musician who is writing beautiful music.






His song Cars Break Down is my Christmas gift to you.

11 comments:

Melynda said...

What a lovely gift, thank you. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

just call me jo said...

Those marshmallows really produce nice talent. I love the song. He's adorable and gifted. Thank you.

Hoosier at Heart said...

Oh Laraine, that was just beautiful! You must be so proud. I'm looking forward to hearing more of his songs when they get posted. Have a wonderful Christmas.

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Wow. Max is very talented. I love his voice, and those eyes of his are killer. I see Grammys in his future, and that means a house at the beach for you, mom. Thanks for sharing his talent. I look forward to hearing more. Merry Christmas!

Pondside said...

What a gift to your family - to have a musician and poet among you.
Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Allyson & Jere said...

Well first of all, I like his new buzz cut look, it works nicely for him.

Nice song, he sounds great and clearly we've got some deep meaning going on.

Thanks for sharing.

Amanda- Hip House Girl said...

Gosh Laraine, your family seems almost as awesome as mine! (Hehe.) Really though, that was beautiful and thank you so much for sharing. I'm impressed. (And your boys obviously have good musical taste if they like Sufjan- are you converted yet?)

Merry Christmas!

karen said...

Beautiful Laraine - really lovely. He has a gorgeous voice and I liked the lyrics. Do share again! Merry Christmas -

MT said...

I just went and listened to the whole thing. What a beautiful talent. You've raised a wonderful boy.

Sandra said...

So relieved to see that a diet of marshmallows or even white sugar does not alter facial features. Your son is gorgeous and has clearly not suffered any ill effects from his childhood nutritional habits.

Sue said...

Beautiful! Apparently the apple doesn't fall far from the tree...

=)