Granny Pam

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One Thing at a Time

This has to have been the shortest week on record in my entire live.  I just gave the house a lick and a promise, went to one meeting, and it is almost Friday.

To be fair, most of Monday was lost in exhaustion, and cleaning out the camper.  Tuesday I don’t remember, but I am sure I was productive.  Right.  Now I remember, laundry and cleaning. Wednesday was finishing the laundry, finishing the cleaning, and looking for the van key.

After I found out the price of a new one, and also that the van had to be at the dealer to have a key made; I looked harder to find the one I have, and I finally did.  I had a new one made for a pretty penny, and I won’t be losing it.

Today I looked around and realized that I had one day to make some PJ’s for GD1 and get ready to go retrieve GD2 for a weekend visit.  I will get to the sewing in a minute, but for now, take a look at this 11 year old girl (and watch three-time IBMA female vocalist of the year Dale Ann Bradley grin):

We saw her at IBMA singing this song at kids on Bluegrass.  She had a guitar, and had no problems singing and playing.  It is not unusual to see extremely talented children at IBMA, but this one really has a gift.  I believe Jeannie C. Riley was 14 when she sang Harper Valley PTA, but I know someone will be happy to correct me if I missed her age by a little.  Little Sierra told our friend MaryE that she was 11, the emcee had said 9.  In any event, even if she were 14, this is some singing.

Remember the name:  Sierra Ivie.  Check out her CD on CD Baby.

OK, that is one thing, I’m on to the next one.


About The Author

Granny lives in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. I like genealogical research, gardening, cool weather, spending time with my family, and bluegrass music.

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