Thursday, January 23, 2014

Alone Yet Not Alone nominated for Best Original Song for 2014 Oscars

 Hey Gorgeous!
The 2014 Oscar nominations have been released and this wee film Alone Yet Not Alone has been nominated for Best Original Song for a song of the same title Alone Yet Not Alone sung by Joni Eareckson Tada.

So I am looking forward to seeing the movie and I love the song. It's so encouraging! The video is at the bottom of this blog post.

Now here is the singer, Joni Eareckson Tada, who actually is an author, artist, radio show host and quadripelgic. Which makes the beauty of this song even better!

You may see in the media and on the web, some grumblings and upset over the song being nominated even though so few have seen the movie. I say, let's just watch this miracle unfold. Only God could do this and only He would take a quadripelic woman who has half the lung capacity to sing with versus another non disabled singer and put the spot light on.

It is going to be fun to see how this plays out at the award show this year.

I'm loving Joni's simple and understated makeup in her photo-is it me, or does that lip color look like Laura Mercier Terra Cotta?

To learn more about Joni-visit this link

"Alone Yet Not Alone," a Best Original Song nomination from the film of the same name. The Oscar-nominated Christian hymn can be heard here, performed by singer Joni Eareckson Tada, in a video montage that includes extensive footage from the film:

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