Clay Aiken – It’s Sunday

Clay Aiken woke up on Saturday morning and posted a lovely Instagram:

One of the greatest honors and the blessings of my run in 2014 were the chances I had to sit and talk with @repjohnlewis by phone, in NC, and in his office in DC. He really was the last remaining American hero we had. He will be missed, but his legacy will live on longer than most anyone’s.

If the national discussion is going to remain on statues, I think it’s time we started talking about erecting one of him.


Relax and unwind from the stresses of the past week. Make lasting memories today.
 Don’t allow this beautiful day to go to waste.
Back in the first 1/2 of 2012, I loved Sundays!  Clay Aiken was on TV every Sunday for many weeks.
It was always fun to see him on Celebrity Apprentice and watch how he solved the problems presented each week!
Lets celebrate this Sunday with a few fun pictures of 2012 Sundays!
Unfortunately, the video that fits this blog has been blocked.  
But…the pictures are lots of fun!


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4 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – It’s Sunday

  1. Thank you for all the pictures. The pictures are a lot of fun. The picture of Clay and John Lewis is great. I have not seen that one before. John Lewis will be missed. He has done so much in the 80 years of life. Thank you for all that you have done. Have a great Sunday.

  2. John Lewis will surely be missed. He did so much for this country. Glad Clay had the opportunity to speak and visit with him. Love the photos of Clay on the Apprentice. I remember each of those episodes and how well Clay worked with others and offered great ideas each week for the tasks.

  3. hey thanks for the pictures I also agree there a lot of fun and the picture of clay and the late john lewis hee will inded be missed

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