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Saturday, July 30, 2005

Saturday July 30, 2005

Today is my parents' wedding anniversary. They are both gone now, but this was always a special day in our family. My mother was a stay at home mom and loved it and my dad was a carpenter and worked very hard for us. He bought land and built us a home (we got to help!) I helped him put shingles on the roof and loved being so high in the air. My sis and I had to hold a heavy 2 x 4 T-frame for a long time for Dad while he nailed up the sheetrock on the ceilings in the house--we thought our arms would fall off!

It turned out to be a wonderful house for a family. We had a little over an acre, so we had big gardens, chickens, pigs and beef cows. Quite the country life! Some of our friends had horses and I learned to ride on a little cowpony named Patches who was 20 years old. If you fell off of him, he would instantly stop and let you get on again. But if he decided that it was time to go home and eat, well, he took the bit in his teeth and off you went whether you wanted to or not!

One of the sweetest memories I have of my childhood was the day I came in to find my mom and dad in the kitchen on their anniversary. Mom had a huge ARMFUL of what we called wild yellow daisies (black eyed susans). My dad didn't have any money for a gift for her, but he had seen these wild flowers along the side of the road and stopped to pick her a huge armful. Mom was holding those flowers like a treasure--and they were--and tears were streaming down her face as my dad put his arm around her and said, "Now don't cry, Honey"

At first I thought something was wrong, but Mom said No. She was just so happy. I never forgot that special day and years later I wrote a song about it called Wild Yellow Daisies. Whenever I sang it for my folks, they cried, especially my dad. It touched him so much that I had remembered that day. I wrote a lot of songs about my family including The Happy Blues, Old-Fashioned Lovers,My Mother's Love. Lots more. They were the foundation of my life and I loved them. I tried to pass that love along to my own children. I hope I succeeded.

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