In 1968, just shy of her 16th birthday, Edy Richman climbed into a U-Haul truck with her Irish Setter at her feet and her big brother Ted at the wheel and headed for Tampa, Florida, leaving Silver Spring, Maryland behind. Excited about living in the land of sunshine and beaches, she did not realize how the move would impact her life forever. But her Dad had the job of his dreams as project engineer for the Tampa International Airport, and Edy adjusted and found her way. After about a decade of generally not taking life too seriously, in 1979 she found herself in a little town called Archer, Florida, miraculously accepted to law school at the University of Florida nearby. She bravely went where no man or woman had gone before and opened her solo law practice in this farming, bedroom community. Her calling was to go ahead, do it, it will be alright. During the next 22 years she built a successful practice, raised a wonderful son and everything is very alright. During the mid-70's Edy picked up the guitar and with the insistent help of a couple of friends, learned to play the guitar. Edy, who had been an English Literature major and had written prose and poetry, thought what a great idea: play guitar and write songs. People like songs more than poetry readings. Of course, the first thing she had to do was learn all her Bob Dylan, Eagles and Jimmy Buffett favorites. But after a while, her focus became her own music and she wrote and wrote and wrote over the next 25 years or so, performing here and there. Now she is sharing her music by performing and recording. It is time. She hopes people who buy her CD's enjoy because there is more to come. Lots more.