CMAs - Country Music Awards

Tweets from the CMAs

Tuesday night may have been about election coverage, but Wednesday evening captured some great performances, humor, and celebrity at the Country Music Awards (CMAs). I loved it all including the clothes (red carpet) and hair (that's men and women). For those of us who grew up on country and western music - and still listen - there were performers from the past as well as many new faces.

Kacey Musgraves, 26, and Loretta Lynn, 82.

This week I took out the western boots I bought February 2013 in Nashville, where I celebrated
my 70th birthday. They may not be stylish in the city, but I plan to wear them anyway.

This week I took out the western boots I bought February 2013 in Nashville, where I celebrated my 70th birthday. They may not be stylish in the city, but I plan to wear them anyway.

Speaking of country (Nashville) and city (New York) - you probably know Taylor Swift moved here recently. Her new album is called 1989. That was the year of the big MUFON conference in Los Vegas where many people came out - in the ET sense - and life would never be the same (new insert). It is also the year Sarah (Sarah and Alexander) planted the blue-white seed (microchip) for the next creation of reality that bloomed on July 4 2012 - the day the God particle was discovered by CERN. Sarah planted the seed in update New York at her family estate "Twin Crossings".

I don't see Taylor, 24, living here for a long time.
Like many young people who come to the city to explore new horizons, she'll move on.

Feel fee to join in!

You can't shake this off Obama ... Taylor will have to write a new song about defeat.

Midterm elections are over and were a major win for the Republican party as the country seeks unity and change. You didn't have to be a psychic to have known Republicans would make historic gains and control the Congress. Did you listen to Obama's press conference on Wednesday? Known for his eloquent speeches, it was easy to read his energies as he rambled on making excuses for failure. At one point I thought he was going to resign ... or cry. Politics has become a reality show. It was all very sad - but we move forward quickly. There is no way Obama, Hillary, or anyone can solve the problems, but people like to feel they have free will to try.

Taylor Swift registered to vote on her 18th birthday. During the 2008 presidential campaign, she supported the Every Woman Counts campaign, aimed at engaging women in the political process, and was one of many country stars to record a public service announcement for the Vote (For Your) Country campaign. Following President Obama's inauguration, she told Rolling Stone that she supported the president. In 2010, former U.S. President George H. W. Bush attended the taping of a Swift television special in Kennebunkport, Maine, and later described Swift as "unspoiled" and "very nice."

In 2012, Swift was presented with a Kids' Choice Award in recognition of her charitable work by Michelle Obama, who praised her as someone who "has rocketed to the top of the music industry but still keeps her feet on the ground, someone who has shattered every expectation of what a 22-year old can accomplish." Swift later described the First Lady as "a role model." In a 2012 interview, Swift remarked that, although she tries to keep herself "as educated and informed as possible," she doesn't "talk about politics because it might influence other people." She has spoken of her interest in American history and has read books about Abraham Lincoln, John Adams, the Founding Fathers and Ellis Island. Swift has spent time with the Kennedy family and has spoken of her admiration for Ethel Kennedy. In 2012 she dated Conor Kennedy - four years her junior.

Speaking of breaking up ....

If relationships still baffle you - here's the scoop for November - a little Scorpio - a little Sting. Someone in the relationship is suddenly triggered to tell their partner it's over. Of course we know this means their programming has ended for this relationship and underneath it all they been thinking about leaving for a while perhaps keeping it under wraps. Just as you're paying attention to the changes in weather and other things in your life ... so too should you take a few minutes to focus on your relationship. Most relationship that try and try again fail. Move on.