Tag Archives: Karly Wahlin

The Cruel Stare – A Posthumous Reblogging by Karly Wahlin

I am featuring a blog post written by my departed friend, Karly Wahlin. I wrote about her in a previous post. Karly lived 27 years with a difficult condition called Rett Syndrome that affects mostly girls. It made it impossible … Continue reading

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In My Own Voice: The Brilliance of Karly Wahlin

Update:  Karly Elizabeth Wahlin passed away peacefully at home on August 20, 2012.  We who knew her were deeply blessed.  Now she is free. In the winter of 2009 my friend and recording engineer, Matthew Zimmerman, called to invite me … Continue reading

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Karly’s Garden

Many of you have met my beloved friend, Karly Wahlin, through her beautiful music, blog, poetry, and my stories about her.  I met Karly several years ago when I was invited to produce a CD of her soulful classical piano … Continue reading

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