We went to see a Marty Stuart interview live last night at the Library of Congress. It was pretty informative. He is much more than the musician. He also does photography and is an archivist. He has quite the collection of country music history and the photographs he shared were awesome. He still shoots in black and white with film. I did not know they even sold film anymore, but he does not use digital at all. He had some pretty wonderful pictures of people such as Johnny Cash, June Carter, Dolly Parton, Porter Wagoner, and the list goes on. He was with Johnny Cash up to four days before he passed. There were stories he shared of his hometown of Philadelphia, Mississippi which brought tears to my eyes. I want to visit now. He will be opening a history museum there in a few years. It is under renovation now. Tonight we are going to hear him play at the State Theater. He has aged quite a bit and seemed a bit under the weather to me, but I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. Very informative. Tonight will be nice.
Headed to hospital this morning for my sister's next to last surgery. Please keep her in prayer.
Have to run, but please have a truly blessed day. I will try to write more this weekend, and I so want to do my article on generational curses. It is embedded in my head and I need to find the time to get it on paper.