Desiree Aguirre is a writer/story teller that likes to sing. She lives in Idaho with three cats, two horses, and a dog. She became a member of the worst day club when her son, Nikolas J. Aguirre, died in a car accident. In attempting to find meaning in his death, she found the courage to turn her writings into song, and she learned how to play the banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, mountain dulcimer, hammer dulcimer, and uke. Desiree believes music is a multilayered art form that inspires love, laughter, and tears, encourages dance and promotes healing. Desiree's music is traditional, folksy, and wrapped with love.