Eddie Donahoo - If I could comfort you

Eddie Donahoo - If I could comfort you

Eddie Donahoos 'If I could comfort you' Song shazamed by many of us. I dont own anything in this video.

It's a Shame

It's a Shame

scott donahoo sings about cars.

Crazy Monkey / Eddie Donahoo - If I could comfort you

Crazy Monkey / Eddie Donahoo - If I could comfort you

Mogwai - Emergency Trap (ft. Information by Daniel Donahoo)

Mogwai - Emergency Trap (ft. Information by Daniel Donahoo)

Emergency Trap by Mogwai

Logan Donahoo's Field Guide (Ep.1) - LGBT Community & Pulse

Logan Donahoo's Field Guide (Ep.1) - LGBT Community & Pulse

Logan Donahoo's Field Guide - Episode 1 - LGBT Perseverance. In this first episode, Logan explores a brief history of the American LGBT and Gay rights movement and how every tragedy and affliction their community has faced has only made them stronger. Written and Performed by Logan Donahoo Edited, Animated and Scored by Dustin Burton Directed by Debra Christopher Theme song by Robbie Simmons

Eddie Donahoo - If I could comfort you (G-Gate) [Bass Boosted]

Eddie Donahoo - If I could comfort you (G-Gate) [Bass Boosted]

Eddie Donahoo - If I could comfort you (G-Gate) [Bass Boosted]

I am Carissa Donahoo.

I am Carissa Donahoo.

Carissa Donahoo; two names that individually are common, but together are unique and unlike any other name one has. I am her; the only Carissa Donahoo around, and I have a secret. When I was twelve, I witnessed my hero fall; when I was fourteen, my role models broke down and cried before me. Through these, I tried to stay strong. I became independent; I became one with myself, hoping to purely help others in attempt to not feel selfish anymore. Most people my age are more dependent on everyone around them than they think. I'm not. At twelve years old, I saw the strongest man in my life die. His name was Don Dafoe, my step-grandfather. Shooting off my innocence and taking my youth with it, I was forced to turn to a more independent, mature lifestyle. The mold of me was already poured, beginning to set. Most people would let that barrier interfere with every action they end up taking. I don't. My parents divorced when I was a freshman in high school. I became depressed, failing classes that I could have aced, fighting with friends that had done nothing wrong. I hurt. Imperfectly. Do I still? No. I have anxiety, as the school counselors told me; not ADD as many have thought, not depression, but anxiety. Caused by stress. That's why I apparently fail tests, because I am "brilliant" in the eyes of my teachers and peers. I apply myself to class as much as possible, taking vigorous courses, dynamic notes, and attempt to understand all of the material. I work three times harder than most students on my homework, play two sports, and am holding down a job. Sounds stressful? Yeah, but I still sound like the typical teenager. I'm not. I was a broken person. My heart was bleeding, my voice was shattered, but did I ever give up on hope? No. I remember clearly one day how my German teacher looked every last person in my class straight in the eye. "Do you think your life is hard?" He asked us all plain and simple. "You guys could be poor. You guys could have cancer. You guys could be dying. You guys could be 'imperfect', because I know how cocky your Google-generation can be about yourselves." It hit me, cold and hard in the heart. My life isn't bad. Past experiences have built up my present. They have constructed me into a virtually indestructible person; however, reality proves differently. Life is my challenge, and with every impediment, I jump. I take a deep breath, close my eyes, and see where I go. I've got character and individuality. I am me; confident, independent, strong, and hard working. I am Carissa Donahoo.

The Junior Recital of Kelsey Donahoo and Razanne Oueini

The Junior Recital of Kelsey Donahoo and Razanne Oueini

Barness Music Recital Hall on March 31, 2016 Program included: Concerto in A minor, RV 461 by Antonio Vivaldi I. Allegro non molto Performed by Razanne Oueini, oboe, and Sol Lee Mok, piano Fantasy for Clarinet, Op. 87 by Malcolm Arnold Performed by Kelsey Donahoo, clarinet Sonata for Oboe, No. 6 in C major by Alessandro Besozzi I. Andante IV. Allegretto Performed by Razanne Oueini, oboe, and Sol Lee Mok, piano Concert Fantasia on Motives from Rigoletto by Luigi Bassi Performed by Kelsey Donahoo, clarinet, and Albina Khalyapova, piano Third Solo for Oboe, Op. 40 by Charles Colin Performed by Razanne Oueini, oboe, and Sol Lee Mok, piano Trio Op. 87 by Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. Gustave Langenus I. Allegro II. Adagio contable III. Menuetto IV. Finale Performed by Kelsey Donahoo, clarinet, Razanne Oueini, oboe, and Stephanie Ramirez, flute

Introduction to David Donahoo - Anxiety Coach

Introduction to David Donahoo - Anxiety Coach

Introduction to David Donahoo - Anxiety Coach

Odyssey Presents: Buz Donahoo

Odyssey Presents: Buz Donahoo

Harbour Ridge Odyssey Presents: A Ticket, A Chart and a Pack: Episodes From a Borderless Life

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