My Hands Are Small I Know…

What do you think of when you think of Jewel? I think of 1997. Craig and I had only been married a few months when I took a part-time job working as a seamstress for an interior decorator in Colorado Springs. We listened to the radio a lot while we sewed and Jewel was pretty popular that year.

Jewel

Fast forward to 2010. After June 6, when I think of Jewel, I’m going to think of this year and the Sheldon Concert Hall because guess what? Craig and I are once again blogging our way through another concert with Country Financial’s Trips and Picks tour. Remember our Jason Aldean experience? (Don’t forget that sweet video we made.) We’re gonna do it again only with Jewel this time.

We’re pretty excited. Okay, *I’m* pretty excited. Craig doesn’t get pretty excited about much, but I can tell you he’s really looking forward to the show.

I’ll tell you this much – I didn’t even know Jewel was a country singer, but I’m seriously cool with that. I like country music and I like Jewel (at least I liked her in 1997). And the Sheldon Music Hall is awesome. This concert is acoustic. It’s going to be a great show.

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7 thoughts on “My Hands Are Small I Know…

  1. Ed Eubanks says:

    Wait ’til she starts to yodel! (Seriously, she grew up in a very musical family, part of whose act was a yodeling act, and Jewel can yodel with the best of them.)
    It should be a good show. She’s very talented, and even if you don’t know her music well (which I don’t) I would think it would be worth the time on the pure merits of her musicianship and songwriting talent.

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