One year ago today, a song was released that means more to me than any of you will ever know. The first time I heard Invisible - pre Grammy awards, when it was released on iTunes, I bawled. I cried for at least a good hour and had it on repeat up until the Grammy’s started. I cannot believe that this song is a year old already. When I heard the song on the Grammy Awards, I cried harder than  I did when I first heard it. I was a wreck. This song means so much to me, and I think that it does for many others as well. Then, on the We’re Not Invisible tour, I went to the Cape Girardeau show (the one that had all the I Am Not Invisible signs), and when Hunter sang Invisible, I lost it. I was crying well into Wanted (which came after Invisible). Whenever I’m feeling down, Invisible is my go-to song. 

I’ll never understand why radio stations don’t play this song more instead of songs about getting girls and drinking beer. There’s more to life than that. You never know, this song could save someone’s life. 

I just want to thank Hunter for writing this song and being my flashlight.