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Stuff that matters~family, friends, faith.

Stuff that don’t~designer stuff, the latest, coolest anything. Who decides that anyway?

Favorites~a good song, a good drink, a good back rub.

Totally unfavorites~arrogance & hatred, liars and "dig me's", people that pee on the seat. I hate that!

About work~
I am so very fortunate to work in radio, and I work with some really great people. Who wouldn’t love playin’ music and talkin’ all day for a livin’?

When it comes to music, for me it’s really all about the song. Bluegrass, old time gospel and country. Stuff by Hank, Merle, Patsy and Willie. I dig Johnny Cash and Radney Foster, Asleep at the Wheel, Keith Urban and Lee Ann Womack, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church and Possum Holler.

Music has been a part of my life since I was a little girl and, I have my beautiful parents to thank for that. I hope the pure, emotionally raw joy I get out of singing, writing and performing is obvious.

There’s nothing like sitting outside in the early morning, on a peachy summer day, listening to the birds sing, and takin’ in the sweet summer smell of lilac, honeysuckle and wisteria.

There’s nothin’ like the hugs I get from my kids.

Because nothing, nothing means more to me than the people I love. 

I sincerely hope that I’m an inspiration and a blessing to others. So many have been that for me.

Be an organ donor
Be enthusiastic.
Be compassionate.
Be the difference.
Believe.

Peace,
Tori

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they're everywhere. you just have to look

by Tori Anderson posted Jun 12 2013 9:56AM
every once in awhile, you see something that you know was meant to be seen. sorry if that doesn't make sense, but hang with me for a minute and it'll (hopefully) all come togetrher.

the pastor of the church i attend, lost his mother a few years ago. and, for anyone that's lost their mom, you  know that mother's day can be tough.  as our minister reminenced from the pulpit about his mother's potato salad, a large yellow butterfly floated back and forth across the window. you know what they say about butterflies... and with the fact that it was yellow (like potato salad), i took it as a sign that his mom was letting him know she was there.

so, i made a mental note to tell him about it after the sermon. and while during the sermon when he mentioned sitting on his mother's lap & that same butterfly appeared again... just let me tell ya, goosebumps!

you see, the minister couldn't see the window because he faces the congregation. but from where i sit, the window is straight ahead, allowing me full view of the beauty that appears on the outside. and on this day, my preacher's mother appeared not once, but twice as a delicate butterfly.

i could hardly wait til the preachin' was over because i was so excited about the butterfly. when i finally had the chance to tell him, his eyes filled with tears. for me, it was another goosebump moment.

i believe.

have you ever received a sign like that? not a "here's your sign" kind of moment but, a sign that someone was somehow letting you know that they were there.

peace,
tori... a merle girl
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06/12/2013 9:56AM
they're everywhere. you just have to look
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06/17/2013 9:13AM
Butterflies...
Yes, Tori...many times, ours are white butterflies for my son. I do believe it was exactly how you described it, so wonderful for you & your pastor!
10/14/2013 2:46PM
Cardinals
My Mom loved cardinals and every time I fill myself missing her a cardinal appears and when my Dad lived with us a cardinal was seen everyday letting me know I was doing a great job taking care of my Dad...When I go to visit them at the cemetery and I talk to them acorns fall on me to let me know they are there with me... :-(
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