Hey, whatever happened to waitin' your turn
Doing it all by hand,
'Cause when everything is handed to you
It's only worth as much as the time put in
It all just seemed so good the way we had it
Back before everything became automatic
I think there's a lot of trendiness lately in being "country". This is honestly kind of annoying for those of us that live it; buying Mossy Oak clothing doesn't make you country, it just supports some sort of image. Much the same as buying a Harley doesn't make you a biker.
Being country is a way of life. Being country doesn't mean you wear a huge belt buckle. It doesn't mean you wear a cowboy hat. It also doesn't mean you have to have a big dip of american grown plug in your bottom lip. Where I come from being country is about hospitality, about being respectful, treating others how you'd like to be treated, respecting the land, loving your family and friends, but most of all being country is about working hard to get what you need, and want. Being country is not a dress up game; it's from the heart.
If you made it this far and you're intrigued, just shoot me a message and say hi. I'm about as real as it gets and always up for a good conversation.