Monday, April 27, 2009

Smart or Lucky?

 Clay Aiken
It seems that my blogs always mention how lucky we are to be fans of Clay Aiken. I may have also mentioned how smart we are to have chosen this man to follow.  Nothing’s changed!
This weekend, while apparently in LA with Jaymes and Parker, Clay chose to go to the fan club message board in order to answer questions.  He set up the rules (teacher that he is) and as long as the rules were respected he made himself available to the fans and opened up to the fans.  What a guy!
There are cynics around that think he did this just to up the memberships at the fan club. They say that he has no career news to share and he wanted to keep us “on the hook”. Frankly, that’s not what I think, but if it was true I can only think of that as good business.
As long as I have been a fan (since Day 1), I have fantasized about what it would be like to just hang out with Clay. I have wondered what an evening on the couch, in the family room would be like.  I now think I know a little bit more of what that would be like.  Clay has shared his thoughts – some serious, some silly – and let us feel kind of like we are hanging out on the couch with him. He has treated us as friends and I, for one, feel honored and lucky! (and smart!)
by QBbabe 

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Monday, April 20, 2009

Dancing Like The Stars

Dancing Like The Stars

April 26, 2009, at 1pm
N.C. State Fairgrounds
Read all about it here 
and here

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Clay Aiken and Dr. Phil

An excellent blog on bullying... , please check it out!!!

Clay Aiken was bullied as a child, and it continues today.

Everyone has people that don't like you, but some people take it to the next level. I was teased for having red hair, freckles, and wore glasses, and I had skinny legs. I chose to love myself for being different. I still to this day love all of these things about myself. I went on to become a hair stylist, I rode horses and for about 25 years owned, showed, bred, and groomed Old English Sheepdogs, with one of them being in the top 10 of the country for three years in a row, and all the rest retired as Champions.

So instead of retreating into myself, I expressed myself in other ways. As did Clay Aiken, and he is still doing more for this world than any of the bullies ever will.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

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