I can't begin this without first offering Peggy Caraway an apology. Here's a beautiful woman 80 years young, and Bristol and I woke her out of wonderful sleep on a cold morning. We should be ashamed, BUT our early call was for an awesome reason. And it really wasn't our fault. We get to blame her granddaughter, Amanda Spraggins.

See, Amanda sent us this amazing nomination letter and it made our choice for this week's Kiss Country Caught in the Act Award, too easy. When you read the letter we got about Peggy, you'll see why it was a no-brainer to have Mrs. Peggy, this week's recipient of this auspicious award.

My grandmother is a saint. She's 80 years old but lives like she in her 30 I have no idea when she takes time for herself because shes always doing for others. Whether it's going to DAR Meeting War of 1812 meeting or to the library to help ladies to get into these organizations. Then shes helping the family getting grandkids back in fourth to school, daycare dr appointment, both my aunt have vision problems so she has to take them to run their errands. For many years when my papa was still alive they were sunday school teachers at their church my grandmother is still remembered to this day so I know she made an impression on their lives. She definitely will not be forgotten! My grandmother is the rock of our family I love her so much she has always been my strength to pull me out of of my pain and sorrow I love her so much I cant think of any one more deserving of this reward t hen her thank u for ur time

 

Peggy Caraway, thank you for being an inspiration to us all and a big reason why this is the greatest place in America to live!

And because you've been "Caught in the Act" the gang at Silver Star have a $100 Gift Certificate for you to come have dinner on them!

Take a listen to the phone call we made to Mrs. Peggy to let her know that she was this week's Caught In The Act Award recipient.