Following in Grandma's footsteps
Sunday, June 22, 2008 @4:44:35 AM
What a beautiful name. I have a neice in Tahlequah, OK that adopted a beautiful full blood Cherokee daughter and named her Annalee. She's four now and full of energy. Wish I had started on the banjo at her age. Fortunate granddaughter to have you there to teach her.
Tuesday, August 19, 2008 @6:39:09 AM
Oh! I thought she was your daughter! That really is a beautiful name, too! You know, pursuant to what jbrosser says, I think I did start playing at her age then promptly quit for about a hundred years. Oh, well. I wish I had stuck with it. R
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