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13 Mar 2014 

Sugarland Perform ?baby Girl? With 4-year-old Cancer Survivor

Cowboy boots avoid age

Singer Jennifer Nettles and singer-songwriter Kristian Bush were performing at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel on Aug. 8 when they were joined onstage by a very special guest a 4-year-old cancer patient named Avery. Dressed in tiny pink cowboy boots and a flower-print dress, Avery danced adorably onstage while her mom and the duo sang a chorus of their career-launching hit Baby Girl, which was caught on tape and posted to YouTube for everyones enjoyment. Avery is a patient at St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital, which specializes in treating children. Her mother, Jennifer, told Nettles that Avery was diagnosed with cancer at 22 months and given a grim prognosis. Doctors said she had just 3-6 months to live, even with treatment. Avery is now 4 years old, and after treatment at St.
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I think people wear them because they look cute to wear out and also to class, she said. Theyre comfortable. Most students see the boots as a trend that will not carry on too far past college. The boots, they think, will wither on the campus. And so the overpowering presence of boot abundance has sprouted a boot generation. This generation, though, is missing the point. Thefashionside of cowboy boots has created, for the new boot-lover, many varieties off the old style including collegiate boots, colored boots and even all white wedding boots. But comparing these new commercialized versions of the original vintage brown leather pointed toe variety makes the popularity of cowboy boots seem like exploitation. They have become a ubiquitous commodity for University students as afashionitem, but the history of boots far overshadows this recent popularity. Minx Vintage Clothing, the oldest vintage shop in town said its owner, Dave Wolfe has witnessed a steady stream of boots flying out its doors for 16 years, proving they are no passing fad in Athens.
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All the booties are hand-crocheted and require two to three weeks to be created, but the adorability of the styles (figure and hockey skates-with yarn blades on the bottom! beach bum sandals! wee faux doc martens! cowboy (and girl!) boots!) make it well worth the wait. Prices range from $30-$40.
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