Hallelujah and a Hallway.

Tonight I made a home decor swap of sorts that is very close to my heart.

I removed the mirror that was formerly at the top of the hallway on the second floor

(because it is being used for another, top secret design project, which will be coming soon)

and moved it to said undisclosed spot.

In it’s place I hung a mirrored frame with the handwritten sheet music of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”.

This song is meaningful to me; it is profound and poetic and sometimes it takes my breath away.

I had the honor of singing it the political fundraiser we hosted a little while back.

(you can see a bit of it here)

I love Leonard Cohen. I love this story. I love that it’s in a mirrored frame at the top of my stairs,

to remind me,

to sometimes

say

Hallelujah.

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