This is my first time listening to Nichole Nordeman’s music. Every song on this CD was new to me, but it was a pleasant surprise. I wish this CD would have had more than six songs on it, but these six songs are really peaceful to listen to. Although, I enjoyed all of the songs. Love Your More was a song that touched my soul the most.
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2 comments on “Nichole Nordeman The Unmaking Review and Giveaway”
I love finding new music, especially when the whole catalog is new. It’s like an adventure! I use Pandora on my phone for this exact purpose. I can put in a few artists that I like and sometimes I will hear artists and songs I’ve never heard, then I pop on over to iTunes if I want to buy it (super easy!). Having the right music in the car is key right now because my son is three and a half and he repeats everything he hears. I didn’t realize this until I heard him singing random song lyrics, I didn’t think he was paying attention! Man, was that an eye-opener!
I wish I could use apps like Pandora more. I don’t have unlimited Internet so it is really hard to enjoy the finer things like these. Pandora does make it fun to find new music (I got to play a little bit with it years ago.)
Yes, kids do pay close attention to songs words more than we realize. I had a similar experience too. Now they don’t hear music quite as much that has words around me.
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