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#893491 added October 2, 2016 at 10:21pm
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June Carter Cash Wanna Be on YouTube
Sunday October 2, 2016

Blog City

When you were a kid, who did you most want to be like when you grew up? Was it particular athlete, a television or movie character, a superhero? Maybe even a family member? And in what way(s) did you emulate them?

When I was around 11 years old, I wanted to be June Carter Cash. My hair was about halfway down my back, and I would roll it on big rollers, so I would look like I had a lot of hair. I teased my hair a lot too! I remembered wearing black dresses or long black shirts whenever I could too. I would even listen to her music, so I could try to copy her singing. I'm pretty close to the singing part but nothing else. LOL!

Pretty strange right? At least, that is what I was told when I was a young girl.

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No prompt today!

My Life

I didn't feel too great today. I just kind of lounged around and researched sponsorship opportunities for my YouTube channel. I also researched beauty hacks (basically do it yourself tips). I'm up to 65 subscribers also. 35 more to go before I reach my first 100.

Here's the link to my channel if anyone is interested. I'm also going a giveaway on there too.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn51tNdXerlWBtOETsDnIfA


Bye for now!

Penny

PS.....I'm also looking for more Instagram and Twitter follower!

Instagram@pennycockrell
Twitter@Sistershops

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