Elizabeth has been in love with music since the age of two when she would demand that her mother sing through the entire catalog of Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes for hours a day. Piano lessons came next, then choir and afternoons spent imitating the vocal stylings of her idols. Ella Fitzgerald. Joni Mitchell. Even the sometimes-over-the-top Mariah Carey. Eventually, in the aftermath of a confusing bout with love during college, she took a stab at writing a song. It wasn't any kind of poetic masterpiece, but it was actually pretty damn good. Since then, she has steadily (erratically, really) created a collection of original songs about everything from burning toast to learning to live with uncertainty. Take a listen and see what you think.