The Modern Country Music Family

What is country music? From each persons’ perspective it can mean many things. To me, it means songs with a purpose and a story with a hint of rural life and values thrown into each song to remind me of farm land, family, God, and patriotism. Lots of people associate the genre of country music with a particular artist and their style/interpretation of songs. If you hear Johnny Cash it is likely that you will think about his middle finger, stomping out the stage lights and maybe his devotion to his beloved June. You wouldn’t be wrong having that image stuck in your head. However, a different life journey might make you think of Kenny Chesney and beaches, beer, and bikinis. This too, wouldn’t be wrong. Most people that say, “I don’t like Country music” usually mean they don’t like Johnny Cash-style country music, or Florida Georgia Line-style country music. Most often, if you mention the polar opposite style of Country music they will add an addendum to their statement and say “but I love Garth Brooks” or “but I love Barbara Mandrell” or “but I love Luke Bryan”, because Country music in their mind is defined by that perception. If I said I don’t like Rock music because I don’t like Nirvana that wouldn’t be fair to the entire genre and it certainly wouldn’t be true because I love Metallica! So, despite my dislike of Nirvana I LOVE ROCK -N- ROLL!!

Country music has evolved over the years. Just like most family trees there are many new branches every year. Each one has a value and a purpose. Just like our cousin the Rock-N-Roll tree we should learn to accept and nurture all of our branches and leaves as they have over the years to make that genre strong and united, and able to weather the storm. Rock-N-Roll was born of the Blues with some Gospel thrown into the mix. Over the years Rock has developed branches like Grunge, Pop, Metal, and Disco. All of which is very different, but still extremely important for that genre to evolve and thrive. At this time in history, Country music is evolving to be something foreign to most country music lovers. I too am saddened to hear the change, but I love Country music and I love the people that make that music, past and present. I support my family tree and I will continue to nourish the ground it grows in. Each branch serves a purpose, and just like my own family, I might not like all of our family members, and I might not want them to succeed to change the family unit but I will stand beside them and fight to help those branches grow because it is what is good for the whole tree. If we stand together and support each other we will weather this storm. Saying that Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan are NOT country is not helping Country music. It is dividing us. They ARE Country, just not your mom and dad’s country. You are certainly welcome to say you don’t like it. I can understand and relate to you. I hate Outlaw country with every fiber in my being. If I never hear another Waylon, Willie, and Merle song till the rest of my life ends it will be too soon. I do respect their contributions though. I do think that their songs in the late 70′s opened a door that let George Strait walk through along with Alabama into the 80′s. If you love Garth Brooks, Clint Black, and Alan Jackson you might want to give a high-five to Alabama for helping pave the way for their music in the 90′s. Just like Rock-N-Roll will never sound like Bill Haley and Buddy Holly again, Country music will never sound like Porter Wagoner and Loretta Lynn again.

There will always be songs in every genre that make me cringe when I hear them played. I will not be blaming the entire genre for those songs being a thorn in my ears. Look at it this way, socially we have become aware that you can not dislike a person simply because they are gay, black, Jewish, or ugly. That would be wrong….right? We love all of those definitions of people as long as they are good human beings. So why are you picking on Country music because you think Bro-Country and the music they are releasing sucks? In the narcissistic, selfie posting world we live in you think because you don’t agree with their version of Country music that we give a rat’s ass? They are Country. You might not like it, but we don’t get to pick our family. Merle Haggard is part of my country music family, and as much as I despise Merle Haggard music, if you come into my house and bad mouth my family, I am going to punch you in the mouth. Don’t stand outside my door and taunt him either. I will come outside and stick my foot up your @$$!!! So the next time think you want to bad mouth my family, because you don’t like one of us, or you think you know us….Step Off!!

Country music is in need of genre definition and sub-categories, especially when it comes to charts and radio…Bluegrass, Red Dirt, Western Swing, Traditional Country, Hick-Hop, Bro-Country, Country-Pop, Country/Western, Country-Rap, and Contemporary Country. The Rock genre has long been defined on the radio and on the charts. You won’t see John Legend and Paramore competing very often….and Chris Young and Allison Krauss shouldn’t be competing with Florida Georgia Line and Carrie Underwood. It is all Country, but it is not the same and making everyone compete for the same space is just as ridiculous. We need to open our minds and accept, but we also need to voice our opinion for change in the industry instead of bickering amongst each other in our own family. To those of you in my family that are out there bad mouthing your own….Shame on yourselves!!! We are only as strong as our weakest member. If you truly love Country, whatever version that may be, then stop stabbing your brothers and sisters in the back. Present a united front on social media, television, radio, and print. Keep your opinions about individual artists and songs private. Too many people outside our family are waiting and watching….ready to pounce on us and make fun of, criticize, or cancel our shows for fear and lack of interest. Don’t be part of the problem. Make the entire genre strong, even the parts you don’t like and the whole tree will grow to have a healthy, long life. And who knows, maybe someday the way that Gospel and Blues begat Rock, and Rock begat Rap and Country, maybe Country will sire a different music that we can be proud to have been part of the birth of a whole new genre. Long live Country Music…ALL OF IT!

July 14th, 2014 by admin

What happened from my point of view (Tues-Tues morning)

…after watching the news last night and all anybody, including the principal, cares about is the stupid duck plot that may or may not be a real thing instead of the act that did take place for sure that needs to be dealt with, and students posting inaccurate information on my husband’s facebook page, and I am tired of re-telling the story to everyone, and the realization that some people are just plain misinformed, I thought it would be best to keep a daily journal………

Tuesday September 18
Our daughter came home from school and announced that she had been chosen to be in the sophomore homecoming court. As we congratulated her my husband and I both looked at each other and knew that we were both thinking the same thing. How did this happen? We knew over the last 8 years that we have lived in this school district that we had never seen any of the children she went to school with interact with her in any way. No one had ever called, came to visit, invited her to a birthday party or even talked to her at the school functions we had attended to watch her at band camp or choir concerts, etc. One might think this is a horrible life for a kid but that was not the case for our child. She has ADHD and social disorder that makes her uncomfortable and awkward participating in basic social graces and early on we realized that making her engage in these normal rituals made her unhappy so we stopped trying to make her be normal and we started letting her be happy. In her mind she feels like everyone is her friend and it is always sunny in her world, so as long as she was smiling and happy who were we to judge her and force her to try to be like others. After all, isn’t our goal as parents to raise happy, healthy, good kids that can transition that lifestyle into adulthood?
Wednesday September 19
When we had a little time to let the news soak in we started talking to our family to see if our initial reaction was unwarranted or did this mean we should initiate an investigation into where this idea came from. Was it a mistake and her name got accidently read when they meant to say it was another student with a similar name or had a group of people gotten together and decided to nominate this quiet little girl to go against the grain or the group had sinister intentions? We hoped that the last option was a ridiculous idea and maybe we were just cynical old people, not giving people the benefit of the doubt.
Thursday September 20
After another night of worry, we had enough of a gut feeling that we felt we must investigate. So members of our family, myself, and my husband started quietly calling and emailing people we know that have children at PHS to ask them what their kids had to say about the nomination of our daughter to homecoming court. Almost immediately the feedback was “Yes, the nomination was a joke but my kids says they were not involved in the voting.
Friday September 21
By this time our oldest daughter and family members were checking in with us and reporting the same comments from their friends. Our daughter came home from school this afternoon and told her sister “a girl stopped me in the hall today and told me that I was only nominated as a joke, what does that mean?” Her sister immediately called us and reported that our investigation was no longer a secret because she had heard it herself at school and now had doubts and questions of her own. Mainly, why would anyone do this to her? What had she done to deserve this?
Saturday September 22
On Saturday a family member was attending a school function and asked the PHS principal if he were aware of what we had found out? He told her that he and faculty he had spoken with, were suspicious at first too because he couldn’t even picture who this child was and he had to go look her up (presumably in her student file or a yearbook?) and throughout the week he had heard the rumors and suspicions but nothing concrete and without someone coming forward or solid proof, he would not act because he believed that speculation was not a valid reason to interfere. After all, she might just be able to make this a positive experience for herself, right?….Next, a family member continued her questioning by asking the sponsor (faculty member) in charge of voting what she thought. The sponsor responded pretty much as the principal had. She stated that our daughter had received a landslide voting win (it is estimated somewhere between 86-90 percent of the students voting for the sophomore court voted for our daughter)….by the time we got home that day we had also received an anonymous email through my husband’s website saying that they too believed it was a joke and wanted to let someone know. Suspicion and rumors might not be enough for others to act but this was our child, how could we NOT do something about this? We couldn’t just sit by and let her be the butt of the joke whether she fully understood what that meant or not. What if she figured it out during the ceremony and it devastated her in front of all those people and she actually broke down? That was not a scene we wanted to see happen.
Sunday September 22
After a sleepless night and much discussion we still had many questions. How could so many kids vote for her if they didn’t know her? Who would have started this and what would make such a huge number of kids jump on board to participate? How would a parent even be able to get those answers? It’s not like you can interrogate young kids randomly on the school parking lot right? We are crazy over our kids but not that crazy! And we had already heard the principal and sponsors idea to let the situation play out and NOT interfere. Again, speculation and hear say was not enough motivation for them to investigate but it certainly was for us. But how? A few hours later as my husband was checking his web site for the day he had received 5-6 more messages about the homecoming nominations (only one left a name on the contact form and that person pleaded with him to appreciate their willingness to speak up and please don’t involve them in this). 3 of those emails told similar stories about and extended plan involving duck issues. The others had stories about laughing and pointing during the ceremony. All different, but basically the same premise and all of the emails stated in one way or another that the secondary plots were probably, in their opinion, thought up after the nomination. That was the last straw for my husband. In a knee jerk reaction, with tears streaming down his face he posted on facebook that he had “Lost faith in the human race” and didn’t know how it could ever be restored. That broke my heart. I had only seen him sob uncontrollably like that before when he held our child one last time and he had to hand her away to be taken away to the funeral home. I knew that this was the time to act. We went back to facebook and composed a message with the gist of the situation hoping that someone would see it and help us find out more details or contact the principal and help us motivate him to delve into this nomination travesty and find out their mindset, and why our daughter was chosen, and better yet how so many voters (remember landslide win approx. 86-90 percent) could participate in being so mean. That is a lot of mean spirited people in this school’s population to make us think that there has been some misfire mentoring to this group of kids. In hindsight we look back at that first post and realize it was a little jumbled and confusing to read and our only excuse is that we were sleep deprived, distraught, angry, frustrated, and limited by the size of message on facebook to squeeze our story and heartbreak into one post. We apologize for the confusing nature of that post, we never meant to give out misinformation. Although it was true, the jumbled nature of our distraught post gave lots of room for misinterpretation….and we never expected the firestorm that followed. Again, we apologize to the faculty receiving disrespectful phone calls at PHS and the emails to the principal containing threats and expletives. That was not our intention. We just wanted people that thought we were right to show us support. We were so beaten at that point that we never really believed that people would even take notice or care, but we felt like we were getting relief by venting. So, after that we just let it go and decided to leave the house for the day with our family and try to take some time to try to get it off our minds. When we returned home about 4 hours later we checked my husband’s facebook page and turned our phones back on and that is when we saw hundreds of emails, posts, and messages from friends, acquaintances, and news media jockeying to break the story first and they were all saying we were absolutely justified in feeling frustrated. The general consensus was, that it should have never even gotten to that point. There were also more emails containing confirmation that the voting was indeed a joke and a few more scenarios regarding post nomination plots. Some were similar to the first round of emails, and some included other vague plot attempts to embarrass and harass our daughter. There was nothing more potentially disturbing than the duck plot but others were still leaving the possibility open that there was different harassment in the works. We barely had time to soak it all in, when a phone call finally came to us from the PHS principal at 6pm wanting us to meet him and some other faculty members at the high school for a meeting at 7pm. At the meeting, the superintendent arrived to meet us but told us that he would like to be excused from the initial meeting with faculty in order to offer us an opportunity to have an unbiased appeals process should we feel the need for one and that way he would be able to mediate that for us. So the meeting took place with the principal, a special education counselor, and the student council faculty advisor. As we explained how we got to the point of frustration that lead to us pleading with the public on social media for help, the three faculty members seemed genuinely upset by what had happened to our daughter and they admitted they had suspicions from the beginning, and had also heard the rumors about the voting plot only. But again, they stated that speculation has never been enough reason to involve a parent in a suspicious situation at their school. They did concede that for lots of reasons they would now contact parents before nominations would be announced in case parents would not be available to transport their child to all of the events or even be able to afford the cost of their child’s participation. I am glad they worked that out, but that still didn’t help us out with what to do with our child. The end result of the meeting was left with the principal promising us that he would get back with us with answers and a solution/action plan for the malicious voting debacle by the end of the school day on Monday if we would just hold off with anymore facebook posts and not talking to the media about our situation. We agreed to the terms because we felt he was sincere and it would bring swift end to the whole problem and that would be best for everyone involved.
Monday September 24
Our phones rang the night before till 4am and we finally turned the ringer off to get a few hours of sleep. We are still exhausted at this point. After the meeting the night before we are hopeful. The news media must be early risers because they were calling again at 8am jockeying for position to get the story first. Most of the television stations told us that they would only be able to hold off on airing the story till the afternoon and by then they would roll with it whether we participated or not. We had to tell them that we would not participate today as we had promised but tomorrow we could talk to them and by then we should have a solution and hopefully a happy ending to our story. They were frustrated, but most said they understood our position with the school. At 9am the principal called us to check on our daughter and ask if we had any more information for him. I thought, wait a minute, I was under the impression that he was going to start investigating now (even though he should have started last week when he had his first idea that something was wrong)? We had laid the ground work and knew from multiple sources (including him) that everyone knew the nomination was a joke so I couldn’t believe that he was still expecting us to do his work for him. I told him there was no further information I could give him at this time but I did want to warn him for trafficking sake with the children at school that all of the news stations had said they would definitely be at PHS by that afternoon and I was hoping if I warned him that he could prepare accordingly. He then told me that he was really hoping to put this off a few more days so he could get started investigating the situation but the news media probably wouldn’t let that happen. I was stunned! It was only 14 hours earlier that he asked me to promise not to talk to the news and he would have a solution for me by Monday afternoon. If he thought that wasn’t going to be possible then why did he make me promise that? The only reason I could come up with was to make sure that he got the upper hand with the media to make us look bad? At that point I considered our agreement broken. I called the news stations back and told them that we would meet them when they got to town because I wanted to make sure that our side of the story would be heard. One news reporter took lots of time and got the story pretty close to the truth, another reporter got about 50% right, and one reporter got the whole story mixed up! Geez Louise! How did that happen? Like there wasn’t enough confusion with the rambling posts we had made on my husband’s facebook and now one whole population watching that channel was misinformed as well! The principal called again around 5pm just as the news was coming on, and at the same time the automated voice reach message was calling from the high school to inform parents that something involving homecoming nominations had happened and they were investigating, so I was really trying to concentrate on 3 things at once, which was probably the reason for the conveniently timed calls in the first place. Confusion! But the principal called to tell me that he thinks he is narrowing in on who started the voting plot and now he is looking to find who would have actually thrown eggs in the parade so those few people could be punished and we could move on. I told him that the egg plot never happened and it might not even be true, and neither did the pointing and laughing at the coronation ceremony so how could he know who had those intentions and who was actually going to go through with those things if they were. You are never going to be able to prove that, so let’s just stick with the issue at hand that we know did happen. He said he wanted me to give him all of the contact information and names for the people that had confided information to us because that is where he wanted to start (again, I am supposed to do his work for him or else he calls me uncooperative!) I told him that I had no intention of involving innocent people in his witch hunt for one or two people. Those people were the good ones that confided in me and trusted me. He might not keep his word, but I certainly do! I did however, tell him that I would most certainly contact each one that I did have return contact info on and let them know that he would like to speak with them, but then he told me that I would never know the solution to any of this anyway and I might as well send my daughter back to school because he was going to find the individual who started this, punish them by the handbook policy and I would never know who or what that was. I told him that I have never, and would never ask for a child’s name or punishment. I thought we were working toward a solution to the sinister intentions behind the voting and teaching the children that it is wrong. I am not looking for vengeance, especially on the kids that MIGHT have thrown and egg or MIGHT have pointed and laughed, but rather a life lesson be given to these kids and having my daughter see that so that she knows that she is valuable and all of those students did not get away with hurting her and hopefully they will never do it again as a result. I am not interested in punishing one kid that said “hey, let’s do this!” because he certainly shouldn’t be held responsible for all those other kids that went along with it, and the ones that didn’t participate but knew that it was happening are just as guilty. The principal then stuns me by telling me that he will not be punishing the voters (that landslide 86ish%) because he believes it was only a couple kids that voted out of malice and all the others found out and secretly voted for our daughter for good reasons. Secretly! That’s what he said. I told him that I find it hard to believe that one of those “good” kids did not leak that new uplifting plot to a faculty member before the vote, and yet it still hadn’t came to light about this “good” plot till Monday morning after the viral internet post and the kids knew they were caught and came in telling you that? I am not that naïve. He told me that he heard what I just said but he disagrees. Then he asked if my daughter would be back at school on Tuesday. I told him, not if there was not a game plan laid in place for fixing the problem he has with the group of mean kids. He then tells me that he does not think he has a mean group and he has told me before that it was just a few individuals. Again, I told him my daughter would not be in on Tuesday and we will have to play it by ear after that. He told me he would mark her down as absent and I would be hearing from him tomorrow. Although I don’t know what for?
Tuesday September 25
I am awake at 3am finally realizing with the tone and hostility that we both had in our voices last night that the principal probably, really has no intention of working with me to find a solution to the huge problem that has developed at PHS as he is obviously in denial. I am at a crossroads and not sure what I should do next. Do I send my daughter back to school knowing that all those kids got away with the voting scam? Will she feel like I let down her cause? Should I send her to a new school? Do I move to a new district and take my 7 year old autistic child out of the only learning environment he has ever had and has always thrived in? Do I still care about who gets punished at the school, worried that a scapegoat will take the fall for the masses? Or do I let his/her mother worry about that? Who do I think I am to worry that all these kids are going down a wrong path? Am I the only one that cares? If they cancel homecoming and my daughter goes back to school at PHS will she be harassed? If they don’t cancel homecoming will the crazy people show up at the parade and ceremony as they are promising on the internet and picket the event or worse hurt a child? I really did feel like no one cared when we posted on facebook our initial frustrations…and I really did feel like I had to talk to the news media because the principal had broken my trust and the stories would air without us and might paint our family in a negative light. I am struggling at the moment, and may have the wrong perception about some things but I maintain that we are trying to do the right thing for our daughter and the other students. Even if you disagree with us, know that we really did think when we jumped in with both feet that we would be helping. I hope we are.

September 25th, 2012 by admin

I Love Shoes

I love shoes....let me say that again....I LOVE shoes! My favorite shoe store is Payless Shoes. I can usually find what I am looking for and the price is reasonable. I would rather have quantity over quality. I don't even wear most of the shoes that I have very often. I just like having them. Kind of like trophies, or jewelry for other women. I love shoes! I can go into a shoe store and browse for hours. I can look at shoes for every member of my family. It is relaxing for me. It is kind of like a hobby of mine. So imagine my aggravation when my favorite shoe store implemented a new policy for their employees to "greet"  and "help" the customers frequently. Now I can not even enter the store without having someone up my butt the whole time I am in there! It is really annoying. I am a grown woman and I know how to buy a pair of shoes for me and my family without assistance. If I do need assistance, I know how to go to the register and ask for it!!!!!! But every 3-5 minutes someone is walking up to me and asking "are  you still ok?"....."do you need help?"....."can I help you find something?".....and the answer that I give them is always NO!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am considering drafting a letter to hand them when I walk into the store that states.....

To Whom It May Concern:
I will not be needing assistance today in browsing your store, or purchasing your merchandise. Please do not ruin my shopping experience today by continuously bugging me and asking me questions and following me around your store. Sometimes I just like to stand and look at the shoes in the isle and ponder which outfit I have in my closet that they would match. Please do not mistake my pause for confusion and interpret my lingering to mean that I am inviting you to offer your assistance. I realize that the head idiots in your company have instructed you to ask me dumb questions so that I will not feel neglected. However, the transparent attempts to fake your way into an instant trust with me will not make me want to buy your shoes. I came into your store to possibly buy shoes, and your fake smile that Mr. CEO told you to give me will not make me buy more, and if, by chance, I do actually need assistance, I know how to ask!!!!!
I thank you in advance for LEAVING ME ALONE!
Ms. Shoe Lover

August 11th, 2011 by admin

Etiquette on the radio!

….listening to the radio today on my way to work I was almost shocked to hear how easily the morning radio jocks let the words, hell, damn, God, and pissed-off come out of their mouths. Of course these words wouldn’t shock me if I were standing in an adult social setting, and you might catch one of those words (excluding God) coming out of my mouth. Maybe it is my own personal background that makes me uneasy when listening to these people, or the training that I received when I went to broadcasting school, but none the less I don’t think that it is acceptable behavior for anyone when you don’t know who is listening in on your conversation. Lets face it, there could have been a few thousand children on their way to daycare, in the car with their parents and now they all know that….”you get pissed-off when some hot girl won’t smile back at you”….or “what the hell was I thinking?”…, I guess I feel that this just shows a lack of intelligence. If you can’t get your point across without adding a swear word for effect, then you are probably too stupid to be on the radio spreading your other tidbits of ignorance to the general population. Its not really a moral issue for me, but I certainly see where it would be for the conservatives of the world.

When I started in the broadcasting field years ago I was told of the seven dirty words that you can’t say on the air. I quickly made note to myself that if I was going to use words to make a living, I would need to increase my vocabulary to find interesting and entertaining ways to get my point across without using a swear word if I wanted to be successful AND keep a job on the air. Although the FCC sets the standards for what words are acceptable, most people give credit to the late great George Carlin for his stand-up bit about this issue…and although I think his shtick on the subject is hilarious, I also maintain that I would never watch a George Carlin stand-up routine with my small children. At least most of television’s basic cable/free stations would never play this during the hours that small children should be awake anyway, so that takes the parenting decision away from me and the other guardians that might not have the common sense to turn the channel when their 6 year old is sitting on the couch with them absorbing every word like a sponge so that he can repeat what he heard the next day on the bus….and then your following day is spent sitting in the all too familiar seat in the principal’s office, only this time you are being shamed for your kid’s behavior because of your bad parenting skills, instead of your own bone-head childish behavior…but I digress! Please read the Wikipedia article about George Carlin’s insights on this issue. I believe it is an important part of broadcasting history and entertaining too!

The world is changing. I am glad that we are becoming more tolerant and everyone is free to express themselves and their opinions (just don’t get cocky and think you can talk about your political views in another country if they are not popular because then no one will respect you or forgive you for it. Just ask Natalie Maines….but that is another issue for another blog)….so if you wonder why today’s youth is disrespectful, improper, and unruly then maybe you should look at the examples they are exposed to in their every day life. Such as, the guy on the radio, or the waitress at Denny’s. Its easy to dismiss celebrities, entertainers, and athletes when they are inappropriate because its easy to explain that they are spoiled and over indulged. I actually welcome Paris Hilton’s wacky behavior into my home to use as an educational tool for my teenage girls. It doesn’t take much to see how ridiculous her behavior is and we all know how and why she is rich and famous. She should just get a tattoo on her forehead that says THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF HOW YOU SHOULDN’T BEHAVE!But that would be too obvious. I like for my kids to think for themselves. I think that if they come to the obvious conclusion alone then it will have more impact. Basically, I am just leading the horse to water….he will figure out that he is there to get a drink, and the next time I won’t have to lead him again. He will automatically know what he is expected to do….he has learned by example. Not his busy body mother yelling more rules at him. Lets face it, your kid wants to listen to his peers, or the hobo on the street more than you!

Getting back to the idiot on the radio this morning….I won’t be listening to him again, because I now know that he doesn’t have anything intelligent to say, and even if he does, he can’t think of an intelligent way to say it without using a swear word. It certainly proves that he has a small vocabulary for someone that uses words and talks for a living! I think that, just like the world is relaxing, so is the FCC. This morning radio personality obviously doesn’t feel the threat of big brother (or his mommy) enough to make him watch his words in mixed company. I am almost 40 years old and I am still afraid of my mother…just so ya know!  I know better than to act and speak in public the same way I do when I am kickin’ it with my Homies at the club in my hood…and so do you!!….note, I don’t really have Homies at the club but I thought it sounded more hip than to say I was giggling with my goofy girlfriends at the Applebee’s in my neighborhood! We could make this blog about religion, politics, America, freedom, prayer in school, parenting, and many other great debatable subjects…but I believe this boils down to proper etiquette in public even if you don’t have kids. I know that this isn’t 1922 and everyone gets a copy of Emily Post’s Etiquette In Society for their thirteen birthday. But come on!!!! You know how to act!!!!

July 14th, 2011 by admin