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Wish Upon a Star is in Stores now!
Wish Upon a Star is in Stores now!
Some of Hilary Weeks’ best music yet, Every Step is packed full of the classic Hilary sound fans have come to love – with more energy than ever before.
Writing and singing new songs for Every Step, has taken her all the way to Nashville where she recorded and produced the album with Tyler Castleton and many other wildly talented musicians.
If you’re a Hilary Weeks fan, this is an album you won’t want to ignore.
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Each of us has experienced circumstances in our lives when the only person we can turn to is God. Whether in times of greatest need or times when our hearts have been filled with gratitude for the blessings we have received and for the lessons we have learned, we have felt constrained to kneel before Him and express our desires, thanks and praise. These “prayer songs” comprise some of the most beautiful, powerful and dramatic ever written.
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It all started when Hilary Weeks decided to adapt the lyrics of the song “My Favorite Things” to capture her favorite things more accurately. High on the list of favorites came “bedtime and naptime,” but those were soon followed by all kinds of quotes, experiences, memories, insights, and even some fun recipes. In this joyful book for moms, Hilary shares many of those favorite things, including her famed “song parodies” on an accompanying CD.
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Lyrics:Climb Ev’ry Mountain Climb ev’ry mountain Wash every load If you’re alive and breathing Then there are clothes to fold
Sort whites and colors Wash some on hot All my whites are pink now Because of one red sock Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo – INTRO Now, since we’re on the subject of theme songs, is anyone interesting in a theme song for teenagers? It seems to me that teenagers don’t listen very well because you can tell them things over and over and over and they just don’t get it. For instance, I have a teenage daughter and I I have told her more times than I can count, “Please clear off the bathroom counter. Before you go to school, put away the hairspray, the deodorant, the curling irons. Just put it all in the drawer.” And every time, she will say: “Ok, Mom. I totally will. That is no problem at all.” And then she goes to school and I walk by the bathroom and everything is still sitting there on the counter. So I have decided that we speak different languages. When I am speaking, this is what she hears: Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo I am a teenager, so all I hear is bibbidi-bobbidi-boo I Believe I Can Fly I believe I can fly And I will if you continue to cry I’ve listened to you whine all day Gonna start the minivan and drive away Cuz my ears are gettin’ sore You’ll see me running through that open door And when daddy gets home Tell him not to call my cell phone Unless he’s made you dinner And the dishes have been done And you’ve been tucked into bed With pajamas and a pull-up on Otherwise I’ll run errands all night long Or at least I will try To- Do List The alarm clock goes off. I feel like I’m dead. I push snooze three times Then I roll out of bed The house is so quiet The kids still asleep I have time to myself So I brush my teeth Then I read my scriptures And say my prayers Heaven knows I’ll need help Not to pull out my hair I wish my whole day could be calm like this But alas let the rat race begin The kids all wake up I help them get dressed I do their hair then I make them breakfast A healthy well balanced meal I serve captain crunch and fruit loops I pack them a lunch I find shoes and socks Just in time for the bus I kiss them as they walk out the door You might think I’d be lonely but there are two more I plop them in front of morning T.V. It’s a small price to pay for my sanity Then I exercise for 20 minutes Shower, dress and do the dishes Throw in a few loads of laundry Vacuum the floor Sweep the kitchen, dust the shelves I really ought to hire help Change a diaper, find my keys Then head out the door To Wal-Mart, Costco, Target, ShopKo, Walgreens just to get a few things Back in time for visit teaching But that’s not all Plan the budget pay the bills, Clean up at least a dozen spills Check my e-mail, write a blog, Then call my best friend Help with homework, drive to soccer Make an appointment with the doctor Plan a birthday, feed the dog, Piano lessons Send the friends home Pick the kids up Time for the dinner I’ll order pizza And when tomorrow comes I’ll do this all again Then my husband comes home, and pulls something out of my hair It’s a smushed cheerio; I didn’t know it was there He gives me a hug in his sweet gentle way And then he asks, “So, what did you do today?” Just the usual My Favorite Things When I don’t constantly nag at my children They just do their chores like sweeping the kitchen When they put toilet paper back on the roll It feels like I’ve witnessed a small miracle Here’s a few more of my favorite things: Bedtime and naptime and bedtime and naptime Bedtime and naptime and bedtime and naptime Did I mention it’s nice when the kids go to sleep These are a few of my favorite things When the kids fight When my husband’s late When I’m feeling sad I open the freezer, pull out the ice cream And then I don’t feel so bad Who You Are I know you wonder If you’ll ever have a day Where the kids stay calm, the laundry’s done And the dishes are put away
And sometimes you feel like Your days are spent and gone And the question running through your mind Is what have I gotten done And when you finally have a moment to slow down At the end of your day I know Father would say
Believe in what you’re doing Believe in who you are And hold tight to the truth that you’re a daughter of God Believe in who you’re becoming, believe in who you are
Now it might seem simple All the little things you do But the lives you touch matter so much And there’s no one else like you
And Father needs you to stand tall and faithful To be all you can be Oh, if you could see what he sees
You’d believe in what you’re doing You’d believe in who you are So hold tight to the truth that you’re a daughter of God Believe in who you’re becoming, believe in who you are
And when it’s hard to believe in yourself And you feel like you’re beginning to doubt Remember
That he believes in what you’re doing He believes in who you are So don’t lose sight of the truth that you’re a daughter of God That he believes in who you’re becoming, He believes in who you are