Thursday, May 2, 2013

"He Stopped Loving Her Today"

 
I have just spent the last two hours sitting in the dentist chair, with tears running down my face.

They have televisions in their dental rooms, and airing on all of the local stations, was the funeral service of one of the most revered country music singers, George Jones who passed away last Friday at the age of 81.

Live from the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville, close friends, and fellow country music performers, shared their admiration, love, and respect for their friend, who was lovingly nicknamed  "The Possum". 

Stories were told, songs were sung, performers wept.
 I wept.
Saying goodbye to a legend is never easy.

9 comments:

John Gray said...

Think of that what a lovely smile you will have

Kay said...

That's a very nice song you have playing on your blog. It compliments your post today about George Jones. Sounds like a "fiddle" in the mountains.

Nellie said...

Country music has indeed lost a legend.

Ouch! It sounds like your afternoon wasn't very pleasant. Hugs!

Nellie

Kay said...

Can you share the name of the tune?

Country Gal said...

Yes indeed a shame of the loss of this country legend ! He will never be forgotten by millions . Oh I do hope you are ok I do not like the dentist at all ! Have a good day !

Terry said...

At the dentist watching a funeral - now that's a hard day. Hugs.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

We were very sad too
love
tweedles

Kimberly said...

Oh no the dreaded dentist! Hope your mouth is feeling better!

Go rest high on that mountain, George. Your unique voice will be
missed. So glad my husband and I had the chance to see you in concert back in the 80's. I know they also called you "No Show Jones" lol...So glad you made it that night!

L. D. said...

All I ever get when I have my teeth worked on is Fox news. I think the last time I had the tooth pulled they had on Fox.