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About

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The Gloomy, No-Good, Dreary, Miserable, Dark Place

At some point you've felt it. A creeping loneliness. That sense of unworthiness. Or a haunting fearfulness that seeps into your bones. Some have known it since childhood. Others are experiencing it now for the first time. For we've lost control. A virus has grabbed hold. The darkness seems to be winning. 


But it's not.

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Meet Susu

Susan Schreer Davis faced her first looming dark place at the age of 27 when the father of her children was given a terminal diagnosis. Chemo. Neurological decline. Loss of income. They all followed. So, from that point on, the young mom grappled with how to find light in the darkness and life in the wake of loss.


In time she learned, "A simple, childlike faith in a Divine Friend solves all the problems that can come to us by land and sea." Helen Keller

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What You'll Find

For over twenty years, Susan has managed loss in all forms. Her experiences and insights are well documented in word and song. Whether you're looking for a good book, a new song, a blog post reflection, or a gifted speaker for your next event, Susan's creative outlook will stir hope where darkness abounds.


"I realized that my life was to be one of simple, childlike faith, and that my part was to trust, not to do. I was to trust in Him and He would work in me to do His good pleasure." Charles Studd


Music

After years of

This collection of songs includes many favorites: Strawberry Moon. All the While. I Am Whole. Being in Love. Composed for friends and family, the words connect with anyone saying goodbye, celebrating an anniversary, or just searching for life. 

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From "Chicken, Chicken Nuggets" to "The Poo Poo Goes in the Potty," this music overflowed from the depths of a grandmother's love.  Recorded with grand children, vocal students and friends, the catchy tunes are certain to bring a smile.

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A collection of songs new and old that will take you from recollections of a broken heart, "Do You Know What You're Doing," to a humorous take on loss, "Bonnie Was Buried Barefoot," and then to the place where hope runs free, "Prisoner of Hope."

Susu and the Gloomy, No-Good, Miserable, Dreary, Dark Place