Monday, August 31, 2009

Monday's 'Adventure' post.

The Carters, including Maybelle, June Carter (Cash's) mom.

I was thinking very hard about what to put on the Adventure of a JungleTart's blog, after knowing so easily what to put up on 'The Good Stuff' (go check it out).

I thought about updating you on my mental state. The update: I am still a little fragile, but I get a little better every day, perhaps quite shockingly having to do with an emergency medicine change done last week. I honestly didn't think it would work. It was hell to get through, but I think I won't be going into the hospital and that is just an unbelievable blessing.

So then I looked through My Pictures, of which I have many, and after posting about Johnny & June Carter on my other blog, well this one seemed perfect.

I don't know who each person is, I just know that it is the original Carters and that Maybelle Carter (June Carter's mom) is in it. I love old-timey anything, I love bluegrass, and this picture reminds me of family members that grew up in the Deep South.

I also think that it must have been rare for women to go out wearing/playing guitars & music and how pioneering these ladies were. I think it is beautiful and powerful. Good night to all.:)

(PS - Please pray for Denise's Dad who had a heart attack earlier today. I am thinking of you Denise, and your family. Love, 'Tart)


Mike Golch said...

in certain parts of the country it is nothing to see women playing guitars as is the case of the Cater Family,They were the one's that became popular,that's all.That's my story and I'm sticking to it!

Tracy said...

I love blue grass also. It is fun looking back at our nations history whether it is music or any other form. Music has a such impact on this country in so many ways. Thank you for sharing.

I am glad you are feeling better my friend. Know I love you to pieces and will pray for even a faster recovery for you.

I am holding Denise and her entire family in my prayers. (((Tart)))

Wanda's Wings said...

Glad you are feeling better. Those medication changes can be rough. It's good to see you back. (((hugs)))