New Thoughts On Music, Books, and Old Friends

Have you ever stumbled upon something you really enjoyed years ago and wondered if your fond memories were real or only nostalgia? (Think “Green Acres”)

While going through some old boxes recently I came across a cassette tape from an old friend, David Crossman. David was attending North River Community Church at the time and helping with some of their worship music. My wife and I were at South Shore Baptist and David’s tape, “Footprints On My Wings” had a profound effect on me. The question now was, “Was the music as good and as powerful now as it had been way back when?” Indeed it is! The songs are as relevant now as then, both the music and lyrics are well written and completely enjoyable to anyone listening for the first time or those of us who have been David’s fans from years ago. And now the music is available online!

I’ve been recently able to reconnect with David. He’s living in Nashville now and not only is he still writing music, he’s writing novels as well. From mysteries, to fantasy to historic fiction, David’s books are thoroughly available. They’re also available online.

So if you’re looking to relax and read a good book while listening to some great music, check out David Crossman’s website and tell him that RealtorRick Coughlin say’s “Hi!”

Oh, yeah. Let don’t forget to let me know what you think!

About RealtorRick

Rick is a third generation resident of Weymouth and has been selling residential real estate throughout the South Shore since 1984. He is a Graduate of the Realtor Institute - a designation signifying ninety hours of advanced in-class real estate education and holds the CRS designation from the Council of Residential Specialists – a designation held by less than five percent of all Realtors® - and the CRB designation from the Council of Real Estate Brokers and Managers. Rick has been active in the South Shore Association of Realtors® serving on many committees as well as its 1997 President. The South Shore Association of Realtors® selected him as the 1997 Realtor of the Year, the only time in its sixty-plus year history a sitting president has received that honor. He continues to be active in both the local and Massachusetts Association of Realtors® and is married to the former Cheryl Swanson. They have two adult children.
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