Top 5 Reasons I love Reba McEntire

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Reba McEntire. You have to have heard of her. I first heard of her when I was 19 years old. I was locked up in a psychiatric hospital for the first time. I was going through a rough time and I was scared being in that place.

We were allowed to watch TV and movies in the common areas. One day I caught this show called Reba that was just really funny and the theme was all about surviving. It became my friend, a piece of hope that things could get better. It brought me much comfort. I eventually looked into her music and well, I’ve been a fan ever since.



Here Are 5 Reasons I Love Reba McEntire

  1. She’s funny (and who can resist that southern accent?)

  2. She’s so down to earth and that’s rare.

  3. Her voice. She could sing the alphabet and I would be in heaven!

  4. Her TV Show can calm me down when I’m going through a particular tough time.

  5. Her faith is God is just so refreshing and encouraging.


Are you a Reba fan? What are some things you love about her?

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