cmas 2013

6

Well for me, when I think about them, when I think about my fans as a group, um, I just think of the little things. I think about the letters I get from classrooms and I think about the YouTube videos my mom sends me of a little girl opening her Christmas present and it’s tickets to my show and she freaks out. I think about videos of young girls who are playing a song on guitar and they just learned. I think of, um, sometimes I’ll sit in a position where I can watch people leave the shows, not trying to be creepy, it sounds creepy, but I will watch people leave the shows and I’ll look at their signs, um, and I’ll look at the shirts that they made or I’ll look at, some people cover themselves in Christmas lights just so that we can see them from the stage. Those little things are the things that flash through my mind. Or sometimes I’ll go and stalk my fans Twitter pages. Which also sounds really creepy, I’m blowing this. Um, but I’ll look at how, you know how sometimes fans have a reputation of being like bullies or aggressive or kind of rude to other artists or something. I just feel so proud that my fans are always nice to other fans. They’re always nice to each other. They don’t really say hateful things or say they’re going to set people on fire or anything. All those things, put together as a group is what I think of when my name gets called. I don’t really think about it being for me, because they’re the ones who did all those things.