Joined Jul 8 2013
32 years old
I am a "Kentucky girl" too. I am a chef with a culinary arts degree. I have one daughter, Aubrey, who just turned ten years old. She loves Loretta's music and has since she was three years old. I have a strong singing voice and can belt out a Loretta Lynn song loud and clear with a Kentucky "twang". I have been singing to my baby girl since she was in the womb. I used to have to take her to the "barn dance" outside of Renfro Valley Kentucky every saturday nite when she was three and four years old so she could dance. She would always request a Loretta song from whoever was singing. As a little one she would start to cry when she heard "Coal Miners Daughter", as if she knew the meaning of "going back home" and the memories of home. We own the movie Coal Miners Daughter and have watched it together ever since Aubrey was four years old. We watched it a month or so ago and decided to join the fan club. It is important that generations to come know about the strong women who came before.