The Sparkly Dressed’s visit to the Ronald McDonald House

(Source: Clint Pierce)

Hello Taylor Nation,

Going Back To December, following her appearance at the Billboard Awards luncheon in New York City, the Blonde With The Sparkly Guitar decided to do a low key visit of the Ronald McDonald House in the big apple (December, 2011). Thanks to pictures posted on sparklyflower.posterous.com by Clint Pierce, we get to see a bit more of what happened during the visit. These are not press photos.

According to ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com, Robbie Bryan said about the visit: “Taylor visited the Ronald Mcdonald House following her Billboard Women of the Year luncheon. She basically called up, said she wanted to meet the kids and take pictures, but NO publicity about it. Took pics and signed autograph for every single kid who wanted. Broke out the guitar, sang about 6-7 songs and quietly left.”

You can see more pictures at sparklyflower.posterous.com.

Here’s a clip taken by BrookeFightsBack, the mother of Brooke, the little girl in the video:

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Coming up in the Calendar!

  • February 12: The 54th Annual Grammy Awards will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Taylor Swift is nominated for Best Country Album for Speak Now, Best Country Song for Mean and Best Country Solo Performance for Mean. The show will be broadcast live on CBS from 8:00pm to 11:30pm ET/PT.

(Sources: sparklyflower.posterous.comohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com)

2 thoughts on “The Sparkly Dressed’s visit to the Ronald McDonald House

  1. Wow, look at those happy little faces!! Christmas came early 🙂 something special shines in her eyes when she’s with the very young.

    And this is the loving, caring, kind and generous young woman that some people enjoy trying to tear down…go figure. I’m sure she does many more charitable things anonomously because that’s just who she is. Her heart is the size of a Mack truck!

    One of the very best things about Taylor, besides her considerable talent, is that she inspires us to be better and more compassionate than we are. That’s quite a legacy for a 22 year old.

    “You’d see that today holds something special
    Something holy, not superficial”

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