Just a quick catch up as I really just want to say a big thank you for all the amazing support I’ve received over the past week.
I have to say, I was shaking in my boots but the positive feedback, the incredible stories sent to me by others and the lighter feeling around my shoulders have certainly made it all worthwhile.
I appreciate the time that many have taken to write to me and I’m trying very hard to get back to everyone, doing my best!
The plan was to get out and get on with it and I have every intention of doing just that. Some have wondered why I felt the need to share such a personal side of myself publicly, I addressed this on my FB page but I will just add that after hearing the heart wrenching stories from many in areas of regional Australia, I am more than satisfied that sharing my story was the right thing to do.
I can’t wait to head to Karratha this weekend with my beautiful Songbird friends Gina Jeffreys and Sara Storer, I’m preparing for great music and lots of laughter! I haven’t seen Sara since I attended the wedding of her and dreamy Darwin Dave so we have much to catch up on.
Gympie is just around the corner too, I’ll be closing the Friday night concert heading on stage just after Kasey and Shane (bet you can’t guess who my special duet guest is…??)
My fingers are crossed that I can stay for the weekend and raise a glass as Kenny Rogers sings ‘The Gambler’ on Sunday!
Following Gympie, we head to Adelaide with Kenny for a big show at the Entertainment Centre. I can’t tell you how excited I am, this is a venue that I saw many amazing international touring artists as a kid. To be returning with Kenny Rogers is a thrill to say the least.
The band and I will stay in SA for a couple of days for scones with Grandma but also to play at Woodstock Winery in McLaren Vale (FridayAug 31) and Sat at Vine Inn at Nuriootpa, The Barossa – Actually I don’t mind a glass of wine
See you out there, thanks again for keeping me warm this week