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Paula C Snyder, Founder, is a performing songwriter and otherwise creative, artsy person who's pulled all her creative efforts under "one roof" known as PC Snyder Creative Enterprises LLC. The company promotes Paula's performance activities (vocalist, musician, speaker), original music recordings, custom gifts of music and poetry, fun hand-made music related stuff, and supports other local arts across disciplines!

Paula C Snyder, a performing vocalist/musician/writer is the CEO of PC Snyder Creative Enterprises, LLC.

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Oops!   Just a quick post to let you know we lost our more recent blog posts during a site update.  Since I am "staying inspired", I will share some new topics soon!  Paula
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Resolve Resolutions

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If you are like most people, as the end of the year approaches, you begin to formulate New Year's Resolutions.  Gung ho!  Everything sounds WOW on paper.  Raising the bar, you vow to create more, more regularly, spend 1 hour writing a day, or create 5 pair of earrings tomorrow.  Publish an album of music this coming year!  Earn $1,000,000 in royalties by next Christmas.  Get a publisher to notice you.  (Right?)   I do it to myself as well.  Realistically, at least I try to set some goals to work towards (though I don't wait until the end of the year to do so - I do it every day).  I think it is great to have some goals, something to look forward to, something to strive for, but in our creative world, creating is also supposed to be fun!    To me, resolutions and goals are the same...
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A Serenade?


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Are you considering the gift of a singing telegram?   Singing telegrams can be used for many things - to jest, to honor, to romance, or to celebrate.   Lately, I have been getting more frequent requests for singing telegrams.  I prefer the word "Serenade" because I don't dress up in some funky costume & act silly.  Instead, I propose to sing something meaningful to the recipient, that will enforce the giver's sentiments.  Sometimes I add a custom poem (aka Verses to Go), which can be included as a concrete keepsake for the recipient.  (Verses to Go can be ordered on-line ( VersesToGo.com ) all over the country without the live serenade and be delivered electronically versus printed/mailed.)   I have been asked to serenade people for their birthday, just because, pre-hospitalization, recovering from cancer, and even to convince someone to take a vacation!    My first "Verse To Go"...
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My Name is Grandma Paula

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  Here is how I introduce myself when performing for little ones: "My name is Grandma Paula. I once was a little girl.  (My name is Grandma Paula. I once was a little girl.) My hair was brown and fuzzy, in ringlets and in curls, And when I sucked my thumb too much, My teeth looked like a squirrel's! When I got some braces. My teeth were pretty pearls. That's how Grandma Paula came from a little girl. My name is Grandma Paula.  I once was a little girl. (My name is Grandma Paula.  I once was a little girl.) Then, I had a daughter.  (She was a little girl - of course.) And I had grand-daughters - A matching set of girls! I began to sing to them and they began to twirl. That's how Grandma Paula came from a little girl!" (c) 2013 Paula C Snyder aka Grandma...
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© (c) July 2015 Paula C Snyder

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10 Habits of Truly Optimistic People - Inspiring book!

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Here is an inspiring creative excerpt from David Mezzapelle's new book, 10 Habits of Truly Optimistic People (click Continue Reading below) : A Surprise Pearl of Wisdom by Marian Heath Axley In 1954, the basketball coliseum was the only place large enough to seat the University of Kentucky’s College of Arts and Sciences freshman class for their first indoctrination. The class ranks overflowed with Korean War veterans who had opted to get an education with the GI Bill, and the university personnel would be severely strained to accommodate the huge increase in student numbers. A university dignitary on the podium gave a welcoming speech and then an admonishment to the newbies. “Look to your right, look to your left. One of you will not be here next year.”  However, I had no plans of failing out or dropping out. To my right was a mature, beefy guy. To my left...
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© Excerpt posted with encouragement and permission of Viva Editions

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Oops!  Just a quick post to let you know we lost our more recent blog posts during a site update.  Since I am "staying inspired", I will share some new topics soon!  Paula...
If you are like most people, as the end of the year approaches, you begin to formulate New Year's Resolutions.  Gung ho!  Everything sounds WOW on paper.  Raising the bar, you vow to cr...
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  Here is how I introduce myself when performing for little ones:"My name is Grandma Paula. I once was a little girl.  (My name is Grandma Paula.I once was a little girl.)My hair was brown a...
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