Wow. She might be a little more Pop these days but one thing is for sure, you can’t take the Country out of the girl. In an interview with Good Morning America, Taylor Swift shows a fly who’s boss in one hit. Watch the video for yourself.
Reba McEntire delivered the heartbreaking message this morning:
“Daddy passed away last night in Coalgate, OK at 11 pm CST. He had been in the nursing home for a while and we’re very thankful he is not suffering anymore. He was a born and bred cowboy through and through. He had been sick for 5 years. It makes total sense to me, he always told us kids never to run your horse to the barn. He was just taking his time to go on home.”
Clark McEntire was 86, and the epitome of a country boy. He was a four-time World Champion steer roper in the late ‘50s and ‘60s and in 1979 was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame.
That was also the same year Reba released the song ‘Daddy’ on the ‘Out of a Dream’ album. The song was written about her father.
This week Reba also became the first artist to sign with the Nash Icon Music record label where she plans to release new music in 2015.
Burlap is a unique fabric. We see it a lot out in the country, particularly in animal feeds and potato sacks. But you’d be surprised at how burlap can really illuminate a Country themed wedding. Here are 12 ways to incorporate burlap into your decor.
1. Use a burlap wedding sign.
2. This Burlap Ring Bearer Pillow is a cut above the traditional style.
3. Ever think about wearing a burlap wedding sash? We think it’s cute!
4. A burlap altar is dramatic, unique, and rustic. The perfect staple for a Country Wedding.
5. Burlap candle holders add a cozy touch.
6. Decorate your wedding cake with a touch of burlap.
7. Burlap desert bars are way too cool.
8. You can’t forget the Save The Dates!
9. Walk down the aisle on a burlap runner.
10. Burlap soap wedding favors are a fantastic idea.
11. Create an outdoor wedding space of burlap.
12. A wedding reception isn’t complete without a memorable table setup.
Cheshire Police in Northwest England had a very special visitor stop by their headquarters earlier this week. A brown and white horse from a nearby field walked into the station very casually. Maybe they wouldn’t notice?
Though it was a brief stay, this horse managed to leave a memorable impression on the night staff.
Superintendent Peter Crowcroft made a clever statement on the unexpected visit.
“We were somewhat saddled with our unexpected guest, who in the early hours of the morning quickly became the mane event of the night shift,” Crowcroft said in a statement. “We like to ensure a warm welcome to all our guests at HQ, and at neigh point did the horse pose a risk to security and appeared to be a well cared for animal.”