Ruth & Naomi came to the hospital and then the nursing home to play harps and visit with my 92 year old mother in law and her 93 year old husband who served our country during WWII. Their timing in visiting could not have been better in lifting spirits and sharing support during very challenging days. The role they play not only for clients facing end-of-life and chronic medical needs but for their loved ones cannot be overstated. Caring, concern, and true impact - we have seen personally how their work improved the mental, spiritual and physical health of our loved ones.
Your work has been a tremendous gift to our whole family. How fortunate that we met by chance at an Alzheimer’s event in the local area. Serendipity. Dad has been in hospice for almost a year. He has lost almost all cognition, and connection with the outside world. Although unable to communicate, surprisingly he can still sing. Through your music, ministry and presence, you reach him. From singing “Amazing Grace” to “You Are My Sunshine” to “My Old Kentucky Home,” you help ease his journey, and ours. I can't tell you how much it means to see Dad's spirits lifted through your presence --especially during this time when it seems almost impossible to connect with him. Music is one of the most sustaining forces in his life, along with such caring people like you. Thank you for bringing your harp and heart to Dad, and to our family. I hope many people discover Ruth and Naomi, and benefit from all the blessings you bring.