Haha, wow, heartily enjoyed this. :-D Craig Morgan has got a classic country voice! I hear country stuff all the time (our family is very musical, and we listen to/make music ranging from anything between country to classical, except for rap and so on ;-P) but this is very entertaining. I may have to show it to my sisters. (They play Bluegrass mostly. One plays the banjo, the other, a fiddle. They play at gigs, are asked to play at concerts, schools, and next week they're playing at their first bush dance. :-D) Yes, it certainly put a smile on my face. :-)~Miss Meg March
Isn't it precious? I really got a kick out of it because my family are farmers. :-) Wow, that's awesome that your family is so musical! Lots of us in my family are very musical too -- both my sisters and I play the piano, and my younger sister Sadie can play pretty much any stringed instrument she can get her hands on. :-) But her main instrument is fiddle. She's SO good. (Btw, I don't even consider rap to be music. ;-P)
Hehe, well, I enjoyed it even though we aren't farmers! :-) (Well, we DO live on a 600 acre property and it's on a cattle ranch, so we almost live on a farm, we just don't own it. :-D)Yes, I love having a musical family! Oh, yes, your family sounds very musical. :-) Is that Sadie (that plays the fiddle)? (Sorry if I sound stalker-ish. To be honest, I've been reading blogs for around 4 years, and I've read yours for most of those, so I picked up on lots of things.) That's so lovely! Meeting other musical families is the best. (We recently went on a camping trip and met another family with 3 kids who played about 8 different instruments, and we had a jam session around the bonfire. It was THE BEST.) My 3 other sisters and myself play the piano, my Dad used to sing in a choir, play the drums and guitar (he still sings, but he doesn't do the latter), my Mum used to play the piano, my elder brother plays guitar, and my little 5 year old brother and younger sister and myself love singing all the time. :-D It's very noisy at our house, haha. ;-)Hehe, I'm with you there, Emma - rap is just a loud noise that sounds like someone talking with a beat in the background and that is NOT music. :-P~Miss Meg March
That sounds amazing! :-) Yes, it's Sadie who plays the fiddle. (Don't worry, you don't sound like a stalker at all -- I'm always curious like that!) You live on a cattle ranch?!? JEALOUS. ;-D We have several animals at our farm -- two donkeys, two goats, a dog, two cats, and at the present fourteen rabbits -- but no cows. Not that I really want cows, actually, I just like the thought of a cattle ranch. :-) (Blame it on my Lonesome Dove obsession.)
I just realized you said it WAS Sadie who played the fiddle in your second comment. *facepalm* Hem, I didn't read that very carefully...Yes, we do live on a cattle ranch! :-) I've never really thought about it like that, but our neighbour/land owner has cattle he breeds and they come up quite a lot around our house fence. (It's so delightful to see calves frolicking in the summer!) It's actually a rather swell place we live in, as it is next to a river, and there are many little but deep ponds that get filled up in the summer. Lots of trees, rolling hills... :-D Wow, that's a lot of animals you've got! Hehe, we have two horses (well, my two sisters own them), around 20 chickens and two roosters and a budgerigar. (We used to breed finches and own several guinea pigs, but we don't anymore. *sniff*) We aren't allowed cats or dogs (says our land owner) but I've always wanted a dog. Not to mention rabbits - but they're illegal to have here. >:-/ We've also got a fawn that hangs around a lot, it's so adorable - it's got white spots and everything. :-D We don't know where it comes from though...Hehe, I know what you mean, "Not that I really want cows, actually, I just like the thought of a cattle ranch." It is a nice thought. (And it does sound rather 'cowboyish', hehe.) .....Oh, and this is random, but I just thought of it and the excitement cannot be contained....there is a very high chance of going to see Les Miserables live! :-D I was rather determined to convince SOMEONE, and turns out my brother-who-saw-it-at-West-End is rather keen to see it again, hehe. (Or he may just be being nice, 'cause he knows I want to go.) And my mother is quite keen too. I'm slightly head-over-heels excited and bouncy. ;-)~Miss Meg March
Aww, that sounds like such a beautiful place to live! :-) AND YOU'RE GOING TO SEE LES MIZ!!!! How exciting!! That's SO awesome. I really hope you get to. :-D Like I said, I saw it live once, but it wasn't a professional production, and I can't actually remember how much of the play was acted out...it may have been more like a concert. (It was a few years ago, and I didn't know the show very well then.) Have fun! ;-)
Oh my goodness, this was SO funny. Thanks so much, because I've had a really long day and am soooooooo tired, and then watching this!!! I can tell you it did more than make me smile :) That lady in the car, with the policeman!! Just no words. HILARIOUS. Period.Thanks again!!!
Hahaha. My sister heard this song on the radio and then came home and told me about it, and we looked up the video. IT'S SO FUNNY. :-D I'm glad it did you some good too!
Heyyyyy. My friend over there thinks you're cute.:-PWHATEVER.Anyway, what I wanted to say is that I tagged you. Of course, no pressure, and all that. :-)http://naomiblog15.blogspot.be/2015/08/i-always-like-good-list-of-questions.html~ Naomi
You're mean. ;-D And thanks.
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