I am married, mother of 4 grown children and proud grandmother of 8. I believe in God and all he stands for. I was raised in church and raised my kids in church. I am a homemaker. I have worked out of the home before but now I do what I like to do which is read, James Patterson is my favorite author, as is Sandra Brown, and Heather Graham. I love mysteries and Im also a big paranormal fan. Anything on the paranormal I watch or read about. I especailly love to spend time with my grandkids. they definetly make me feel young.
kandybarnes has written 30 posts for The American Citizen's Daily

Disable Actors… To Hire or Not to Hire…

There has been a lot of controversy over the new show NBC is bringing out. They are re-making “Ironside” which will star Blair Underwood. I watched “Ironside” when I was a kid. Raymond Burr had the lead in this show. Some are wondering why the role for today’s “Ironside” didn’t actually go to a disabled … Continue reading

Angelina Jolie

She is beautiful, rich, has a famous boyfriend and dad, she has kids she adores, and she can act. I’m talking about Angelina Jolie. I am not a huge fan of hers, but I do enjoy watching her in a good movie. I read where Angelina has taken drastic measures to prevent getting cancer. I … Continue reading

Celebrity Swatting

Our poor celebrities, they just can’t get a break. They have to fight off camera crews, fans, deranged fans, and autograph hounds. And now there is something new. It’s called Celebrity Swatting. What is this you ask? Celebrity Swatting is where celebrities are targeted by a hoax of 911 calls, saying there is danger in … Continue reading

Extravagant Celebrity Weddings

June is almost upon us and when you think of June, most women think of the June wedding. Most weddings are planned for June. When I was married 40 years ago, my wedding probably cost less than $300.00. My 3-tier wedding cake cost $50.00 and was made in our local bakery. My mom made my … Continue reading

R.I.P. George Jones

I never thought I would be doing a tribute to another legend, my second in a week. We lost another great one last week, George Jones, country music will never be the same. I have never been a big fan of honky-tonk music, which is what it was called when I was a kid, but … Continue reading

RIP Annette Funicello

I remember as a child watching “The Mickey Mouse Club.” Annette Funicello was my favorite Mouseketeer, along with Cubby and Karen, the smallest of the group. I thought Annette was beautiful with her dark hair and beautiful smile. I was saddened to hear of her passing from complications of MS (multiple sclerosis), a disease she’s … Continue reading

Good Bye Jay Leno……

I cannot believe that NBC is going to let Jay Leno go. Wow, he has been with “The Tonight Show” since 1992. Before cable came along, I always watched The Tonight Show, starting with Johnny Carson. I hated that Johnny left but I fell in love with Jay Leno, he was so funny. I loved … Continue reading

Celebrity Memoirs

There are a lot of new celebrity memoirs coming out. I love to read autobiographies, especially of great actors from the black and white era. I have read John Wayne’s, Mickey Rooney’s, Ava Gardner, JFK’s,to name a few. Here are a few of the celebrities that have memoirs coming out, and a short synopsis that … Continue reading

Celebrity Splits

I have had a lot going on this week so I was pressed for a story. I decided to do one on some celebrity splits. I have a son getting married next week so what goes with most marriages? Divorce. Okay, divorce rates are on the high. Every one seems to want to get married … Continue reading


I believe that everyone has the right to bear arms. If you own a gun, then I”m sure you have learned basic gun safety and keep your guns unloaded and locked up. I do not like guns. I have never handled a gun but my husband and just about everyone I know has guns and … Continue reading

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