"Straight As in Love"

I happened to catch Walk The Line on TV last night, and I watched it...again. My Mom got me hooked on Johnny Cash way back when, and I just love the music, the stories and especially the story of Johnny and June. I can't tell you how many times I've watched the movie and yet it always sweeps me up and makes me wish we were living in another time.

If you want some great story telling, I highly, HIGHLY suggest reading Cash: The Autobiography. Hear him say things like his only regret in marrying June is that her formidable talents tend to be overlooked as a result of his success. Good man.

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