Saturday, August 22, 2020

Our Lady of the Holler

 I found this on the internet the other day and wanted to share it here on the blog. Dolly Parton is an American icon, a living legend, and a national treasure. All hail Queen Dolly!



Our Lady of the Holler, Slayer of Jolene, Mother of Butterflies, patron saint of birthing mothers, champion of literacy, teacher of children, Her Royal Majesty Queen Dolly, First of Her Name.
ALL HAIL THE QUEEN, LONG MAY SHE REIGN.

(Art work done by Astrosperma aka Stacie E Williams
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Asterosperma?ref=search_shop_redirect )

33 comments:

  1. "Slayer of Jolene"!
    I just love this. I just love Dolly. She's an angel warrior.

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    1. I know! Haha! And I love Dolly, too.

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  2. I love that art! Fantastic! I've been a fan of Dolly since at least "Nine to Five," and probably even before that.

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    1. I love nine to five. And for a treat, you should check out Flula Borg and Mamrie Hart on Youtube doing their version of "nine to five"...omg, it's one of my favorite things EVER!

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  3. wow, that is fabulous! she is still humble and true to herself.

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    1. She is, and she recently came out in support of BLM. Boy, did that piss off a lot of rednecks! Hahahaha.

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  4. I love this and the artwork! Dolly certainly is an American Icon and also a very sharing, loving and all-round good person!

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    1. I think the artwork is great! I hope someone has shown it to Dolly!

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  5. I love Dolly Parton and have always been a fan of hers. She has grit.

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  6. She is our Southern Treasure!

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  7. Dolly Parton is a remarkable woman with a heart of gold. A few years ago she even sponsored a literacy programme in Sheffield's neighbouring town - Rotherham. Dolly never forgot the poverty of her childhood.

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    1. No, she has never forgotten where she came from and how hard her early life was. I truly admire her. And she can SING.

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  8. She's done a lot for Black Lives Matter - good for her !

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  9. I've admired Dolly for fifty years. Maybe sixty. Grand woman.

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  10. She's a one-woman-ball-of-energy. Long may she reign!

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  11. I love Dolly Parton, and I love this picture.

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  12. I was glad to see that recent interview w/Dolly get so much attention. These are difficult times; we need every voice to speak up. I have put my Joe Biden sign out front....am hoping no one steals it!

    I'm so sorry about Ginger. I know how heartbreaking it is to lose a pet, who really are our family. ♥

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  13. How could anyone not love dolly. The best ever.

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    1. And she championed a sister town to my old Yorkshire city Sheffield xx

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  15. Dolly for President!
    Funnily enough, just today the Netflix newsletter drew my attention to a documentary with Dolly Parton, about her life. I guess I will watch it soon.

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  16. The art is lovely! Can I hire Dolly to duck tape Donald's mouth?

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  17. The huge range of Dolly Parton's philanthropic and charitable work is amazing. If only other super-rich celebrities gave as much back to the community as she does, the world would be a far better place.

    I'm sorry to hear about Ginger. I don't have a pet myself, but I know that losing a much-loved pet can be just as devastating as losing a much-loved human.

    I share your bafflement as to how many apparently sane, sensible people can so enthusiastically support the nincompoop in the White House.

    Please try again to comment on my blog post. Not sure what happened there!

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  18. My Mother first name was Dolly.
    She didn't have a record label but she was a fabulous person. I so miss her.
    How is George ? I hope you are all doing better'
    xx

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