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Tomorrow Is My Turn… PS2D – Approaching 50 and Fabulous
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Tomorrow Is My Turn… PS2D

January 12, 2016

Hello Fabulous Friends!  

Well it’s that time of day, work is over, i am on my express bus home and it’s lightly snowing out my window. No snow accumulation expected thankfully, so hopefully the weather won’t delay my bus ride too long. Any rain, snow or inclement weather usually changes my ride from 1 to 2 hours. 

More time to spend with all of you!  Lucky me. 

Since it’s almost Wednesday for some of my readers, it’s time to share the PS2D! This way you can enjoy it all day long. 

What is a PS2D? You ask…

Why it’s the Power Song for Today!  I took some liberty with an abbreviation, what do you think?  Not sure I like it, however, it’s 2016, new year, time to try new things. 

I found a new artist (for me anyway) to listen to and when I heard her sing today’s Power Song I was immediately enthusiastic to share it with all of you. 

Watching CBS Sunday Morning, they profiled Rhiannon Giddens, best known as the lead singer, violinist, banjo player and a founding member of the Grammy-winning country, blues and old-time music band Carolina Chocolate Drops. 

I had never listened to her before, and I was immediately intrigued by her powerful voice and musicality. She has won multiple Grammys and performed at the White House. 

The one and only T-Bone Burnett produced her first solo album, with critical acclaim. The title track is our PS2D – Tomorrow Is My Turn.  

Tomorrow Is My Turn reminds all of us that there is always a tomorrow and a chance for it to be our turn. Tomorrow can have no more doubts, fears and a chance to change our lives for the better. 

The words truly resonated with me, and I hope they do with you too!  

Happy Wednesday! 💋~Miranda

P.S. As a bonus here is Rhiannon singing She’s Got You (originally made famous by Patsy Cline) the Grand Ole Opry. 

Notice her bare feet?  

Rhiannon always performs in bare feet. She says it keeps her grounded to the Earth in ways nothing else can, and yes she performed at the White House in bare feet. 

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