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November 6th, 2020

That’s Not Something You Think Every Day #20

“I got a copy of the music video today from my producer.” I never, ever thought I’d say those words in a million years. And yet, here I am. I must confess, it took me 15 minutes to get the guts up to watch it. Like I’ve said before, I am not an actress. After […]

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October 30th, 2020

That’s Not Something You Do Every Day #15

It’s a good thing we walked almost 6 miles yesterday. I’ve had ice cream for dinner twice this week. I’ve also had fish and chips (baked potato) three times. What can I say? It’s almost impossible to find gluten-free fish and chips. #crazyeyes #celiacsucks #backtorealitytomorrow

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October 22nd, 2020

That’s Not Something That Happens Every Day #7

My song, “I Am Broken” was released today. I still can’t believe it. On Facebook, so many people shared my link and spread the word. This post was hands down my favorite. Yes, yes, I’m probably biased, but I think my daughter did a great job advertising this momentous occasion.

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October 12th, 2020

That’s Not Something You Do Every Day #12

Ken and I hung out tonight in the car on our driveway to listen to my song playing on the radio. Kidding. Well, it was playing on the radio, but it was the master version playing via Bluetooth and my iPhone. I can hardly wait until I hear it on the radio for realsies. #mightaswelldreambig […]

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October 12th, 2020

That’s Not Something That Happens Every Day #6

I got the master of my song today. I say “my song” but I’m simply the songwriter. Dallas, it was so much fun to watch you work your magic with guitar, bass, backup vocals, and computer. Ali, your sweet voice added so much and I’m glad that we are now “great friends” as you put […]

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September 28th, 2020

That’s Not Something You Do Every Day #11

Yesterday, Ken and I toured the Ryman (with the same girl who found the Bluebird Café with us). I knew nothing beforehand about this incredible building built in 1892. I only knew it had been mentioned a couple times in the show “Nashville.” It was an eerie and yet comforting feeling to walk onto that […]

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