Friday, April 06, 2007

Thank You!

Hello, everybody!
Happy Friday! About a week ago I had my CD release party, and I had such an *awesome* time!! I think I definitely learned a few things on the way, lol, but I just had a blast! It was actually really successful, and I'm so grateful to all the people who came that night!
Now I'm on to my next musical undertaking. It's very different, it's the DSA vocal department's pops show, but there's no doubt that it'll be taking up a lot of my time, and I won't be able to gig for the next month, because school will just be too intense. No fear, though, I'll be back on the scene this summer! ;-)
I would *love* to see you at Pops show, however...
The dates are May 10, 11, and 12, and will be located in the Schomp Theater at Denver School of the Arts (7111 Montview Blvd. Denver, CO 80220 ). Contact me, or the school's box office for ticket information which will be available soon!
The theme this year is "Singular Sensations: #1 Chart-Topping Hits"
It may or may not be your cup of tea, but just know it'll be done very well.

Love!

Erienne

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Anonymous Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA said...

Hi Erienne,
Congradulations on your success. I am happy for you. I am also a traumatic brain in jury survivor. My name is Craig J.Phillips and I am a tbi survivor and a master's level rehabilitation counselor.

On the night of August 11, 1967 my dad, mom, brother and myself were in an automobile accident that forever changed our lives. Per my injuries, when the Cadillac hit our Volkswagen Beetle I was catapulted from the back seat. In the process of being thrown forward I fractured my left femur (thigh bone) on my dad’s bucket seat and then made direct contact with the inside of the windshield. Consequently, I sustained an open skull fracture. I remained in a coma for 3 weeks and in traction to set my left femur for 1 month. When my skull sustained the fracture at the time of the accident my right frontal lobe (location of the brain that controls executive center function) absorbed the initial brunt of the contact where my skull was fractured.

At the time of the accident I also sustained a severe brain contusion as my brain was jostled about inside my skull. According to the medical personal at the time of the accident, my brain stem (attention, arousal, and consciousness, as well as being the gateway of brain function for the body) was damaged. Because neurological rehabilitation was not available in 1967 I had to re-teach myself how to walk, talk, read, write and speak in complete sentences. In follow-up to my brain and skull surgery I underwent a series of cognitive and psychosocial tests. The results from these tests indicated that I would not be able to succeed beyond high school. Despite the data and scientific findings/predictions, I was able to obtain both my undergraduate and graduate degrees. If you are interested in an in depth view of my process, please read my post, My Journey thus Far.

On February 6, 2007, at the encouragement of a friend I created Second Chance to Live to share my experience, strength and hope. Due to the invisible nature of my disability, I had to develop strategies to succeed despite the injury to my brain. The information presented in Second Chance to Live has empowered me to achieve far beyond all reasonable expectations. Second Chance to Live expounds upon these principles and strategies. The applications offered through out Second Chance to Live provide practical solutions for finding and then living our destinies. Second Chance to Live is also designed to instill hope, give comfort and provide a motivation to succeed regardless of how life may look. Please read my page, Motivation.

The principles embodied through out Second Chance to Live provide practical solutions for living life on life’s terms. Second Chance to Live also presents topics in such a way to encourage, motivate and empower the reader to live life with zest and purpose. Our circumstances are not meant to keep us down, but to build us up!

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Have a simply phenomenal day!

Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA

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