Soothing Acoustic Pop
Finding Healing Through Music
Nova Radio: “A fantastic, must-hear album!”
Divide & Conquer Music: “Feeling as if I could reach out and touch the emotion Nichol puts into the song (So Close). Whether about a lover, child or friend, this track’s ability to bring up memories makes it a personal favorite.”
Fan: “This is the first album I’ve put on my iPhone in five years. I love every song!”
Texas-born Wendy Nichol(Ni-cole) is described as a soothing and sweet soprano with soul and introspective, lyrical prowess. Her moto is “overcome the past and face the future with optimism.” Her fans say that even when she’s writing about the hard things in life she brings peace in her delivery.
She’s been compared to artists such as Jewel, The Cranberries and Alanis Morissette.
Wendy is also an avid blogger. As a homeschooling mom of four, (with number five on the way) she carves out a little time each week to write about life. Continuing the theme of overcoming the past and facing the future with optimism she writes from her heart about the daily struggles and how they can truly change when we face them head on with practical and personal habits.
When you hate lemonade and have to do something creative with all of life’s lemons. Wendy’s honest journey that encourages others to dream big, overcome the obstacles and to thrive in life.
I have a blog post called Do It Scared. It’s a motto for my own life that I encourage my children towards. I have worked hard to overcome so much fear that I refuse to let them, or I, be held back because of it. Fear is an enemy in our home. A foe that must always be reconciled face to face.
What are you focusing on? What are you pushing down and refusing to face? Pushing down the grief only saves it for later and it doesn’t get easier to face at a later date. It bleeds into the other areas of your life. It can grow like a cancer. You think you’re numbing the pain, but eventually all of you is numb.
Leaving the dr.’s office was awful. The transparency of my tear streaked face, no longer baring mascara, it was long gone. I knew they knew. They knew something was wrong with my baby. Every person I walked past… I could feel their empathy, shock, shallow sadness for poor me.
“I only put things in my store that I LOVE. As I add content I always hope to bring inspiration to my visitors. Please tell what you’d love to see ADDED!” – Wendy