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Why I Love Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton. Photo by: prawnpie

Here’s a post I wrote for Dadomatic about why Dolly Parton rocks. If you’re a parent with kids under five, or if you know somebody with kids under five, you should give it a read.

Photo by: Prawnpie

Dave

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  • I love that lady!

    Honestly, I'm not really familiar with her music (though I have been meaning to find her earliest recordings – especially with Porter Waggoner) except her big hits from back in the day when I was a lad – “9 to 5”, namely. I can't recall ever seeing any of her movies, either – just early Porter Waggoner TV shows. Yet, I have always known her. Who doesn't?! Further, I've always liked her despite not being all too familiar with her work. But, what she has done to help those in the area of Dollywood, i.e. giving back to her people; her home, is nothing short of amazing. And to top it off – all the millions of books that she has given to children… not only those in need, but ALL in that critical age group is Saint-worthy!

    My youngest daughter benefited from Dolly's charity when we first moved to Tennessee. And for that I will always love her. Dolly, that is. I automatically love my daughter ;)

  • I agree with ya man. She's awesome!

  • I love that lady!

    Honestly, I'm not really familiar with her music (though I have been meaning to find her earliest recordings – especially with Porter Waggoner) except her big hits from back in the day when I was a lad – “9 to 5”, namely. I can't recall ever seeing any of her movies, either – just early Porter Waggoner TV shows. Yet, I have always known her. Who doesn't?! Further, I've always liked her despite not being all too familiar with her work. But, what she has done to help those in the area of Dollywood, i.e. giving back to her people; her home, is nothing short of amazing. And to top it off – all the millions of books that she has given to children… not only those in need, but ALL in that critical age group is Saint-worthy!

    My youngest daughter benefited from Dolly's charity when we first moved to Tennessee. And for that I will always love her. Dolly, that is. I automatically love my daughter ;)

  • I agree with ya man. She's awesome!