The top photo was taken the day Jeannie Seely and I recorded “When Two Worlds Collide” for her upcoming album, and it just happened to be the day after Ray Stevens learned he had been voted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. We cut our vocal tracks at Ray’s studio, and it gave us a chance to congratulate him on his great honor. The second picture was taken the day Hall of Fame songwriter, Bobby Braddock (seated), joined me and singer John Paul White for an interview. John Paul, formerly of a duet called The Civil Wars, is an incredible young singer/songwriter from the Americana genre who reached out and asked me and Bobby to join him in writing some songs for his new project due out this month. One of our tunes, “I Wish I Could Write You A Song,” is getting airplay and good reviews around the country. And in the bottom photo, I’m with granddaughters Hallie and Sophie following their elementary school performance of “Mary Poppins.” I guess there weren’t enough boys in her class, so Hallie put on a wig and a mustache and played the part of a man. The girls had their own cheering section in the audience…twelve family members were there to cheer them on.