Linda Champeon - Isn't there Something We Can Do?

By Norman Medina | Dec 19, 2012
Photo by: Linda Champeon Linda Champeon - Isn't there Something We Can Do?

It's December 2012, and 'tis the Gift giving season!  It's always such a delight when friends bring gifts in to us to the office - we really feel honored and humbled.  Today, Linda brought in a CD she recorded, and we thought it was such a neat CD,  I asked Linda if we could share one of her songs on the internet and she graciously said yes! Now, which one to choose; it was a dilemma.

Press here to listen to the song on our blog.

The CD sounds so much better than the MP3 copy, if you wish to have your very own CD.  We purchased 20 CD's as gifts for family and friends, while supplies last.  Please feel free to stop by the office for a copy.  If you would like to obtain a CD directly from Linda, you can obtain one for $5.00, she can be reached at champeon [at] gmail [dot] com.

Press here to listen to the song on our blog.

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