Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Today I achieved a huge goal. I put my CD Album of 16 of my original Nashville recorded songs into a compilation album that I named "Hope and Faith" and it is now available on CD Baby. I am Cindy Tilkens Jennings... or also Songbirdcindy.
This goal was achieved after a bad car accident n 2008, which took my life... and I coded and came back from the dead. Broken Back, Neck, crushed rt cheek, fractured rt side of my skull which actually pushed my rt ear canal shut. I had surgery... last year in Portland, and it was re-opened to give some hearing again. My rt arm was de-gloved. So it has taken years to come back. Putting my songs on CD Baby was a huge triumph. I nearly quit several times. You see they put a trachea in my throat and it destroyed my high singing range. The songs you will hear, I cnnnot sing in that range... any longer. That, to me, makes this CD all the more precious. It was done before the car accident.
Here I am sharing a very intimate part of my life... and my music. It also can be heard at songbirdcindy at www.reverbnation.com/songbirdc
indy free to listen.
Now the lunch I made was simple. Two Portabella mushrooms, stems removed and sliced, put into a large teflon fry pan. But first I put onion powder, garlic granules, montreal seasoning and fresh ground black pepper in the bottom of the pan, before laying the mushrooms in it. After placing the mushrooms on top of the seasoning laying in th pan, I added a little water, put on the lid and cooked them turning them over several times to get the flavor in both sides of the mushrooms. Then I took two thin slices of tillamook swiss cheese and laid them on each... two per mushroom. Melt it a bit, and put on a plate and eat. In my case I had baked a large long baker potato in the microwave. Sliced it in half the long way and this made lunch for my husband and I. I used the rich dark brown mushroom juice to put on the potato and a tblsp of sour cream. no salt needed... montreal seasoning had some. Delicious... My husband wants it again... it tasted like a tender steak.