Meeting Michael Monroe

Back in December I got an e-mail from Peter Beamish, director of The Secret Behind the Secret (I’m on his mailing list). He sends announcements of new videos he’s released, etc. Either that, or I was looking at Peter’s site,, I can’t remember which. Regardless, somehow I stumbled upon this video of musician Michael Monroe. He’s got a lot of fans, but I don’t get out much, so I wasn’t familiar with him. His song moved me so much I posted the video on my blog.  

Three months later I’m at dinner, on a cruise ship on the Caribbean with my new friend Piya, and who should sit down at our table? Michael and his beautiful wife Deb.


Of course Deb claimed we sat at their table, since it had been the one they’d sat at every night of the cruise thus far!

Aren’t they a gorgeous couple? Deb and I were on the same side of the table and had a really nice conversation. She is a life coach, specializing in helping performers achieve their goals. She gave me some great personal advice I plan on implementing. We talked about my dream of supporting our family financially and how I’ve been writing for a while now, but not really making any money at it. She said I need to start charging for something. Yes, for my writing, but for the time being, for anything. Even if it is charging Todd money for housework, and even if the money gets folded right back into our household. Just to get the money energy moving in me. Just to affirm the value of my services. Interesting notion, aye?  

After dinner, Piya went for a hot stone massage, and Deb and Michael invited me along with them to a cocktail party. There were many people we knew there, and new ones to meet! I had a lovely time.

After that, I ran into them everywhere!



For more info on Michael’s beautiful and inspiring music go here.

For info on Deb’s coaching services, e-mail

Life is good.

“Everything is as it should be.”


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6 Responses to Meeting Michael Monroe

  1. drama mama says:


    I want to go there.

    I want to do that.


    Welcome home!

  2. Carrie Link says:

    Ditto, Drama!

    I like the idea of charging for SOMETHING, even if it gets folded back in. Hmmm… the wheels are turning!

  3. Bonnie says:

    I have never heard of him but I really enjoyed the music you put up here.

  4. Deb says:

    Welcome home! What a wonderful adventure, and some great food for thought here. Looking forward to hearing more of your stories.

  5. amber says:

    That IS a really interesting idea! I get it, too. It makes sense… So “funny”, because Kory just got a long awaited promotion. And we were “kidding” about how I need a “focal” so I know how I am doing… like “Amber exceeds expectations in laundry and bed. She shows great promise in gardening and school volunteerism, and thus far has not killed the chilren in her care, even when faced with problems. Amber should get a raise.” LOL

    Yeah. Not happening… And I feel so OUT of the work force. I think my money flow is way off.


  6. Welcome back! Sounds (and looks) like it was absolutely amazing! Can’t wait to hear more!

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