Clay Aiken – Capture The Good Times!

A thank you to the entertainment site, Pop Eater who published some wonderful pictures of Clay Aiken in 2010.  Clay was busy promoting his up-coming PBS special and allowed the camera to follow him throughout a “Day In The Life of Clay Aiken.”  The day included a couple of TV interviews and the busy schedule he had to keep.  I love these pictures!!








Which one of these wonderful pictures is your favorite?

The number is under the picture!

Just click on the comments button and let us know!


Today, I have a bit of information.  On Thursday, March 25, I am having surgery at Stanford Medical Center.  The doctor says I will be in the hospital for a week to 10 days.  My goal is to get home for Easter.

Everything will be open here at CANN, so, if you want a particular program, you can go back and see it.

My friend, SueReu, will post any special /new information about Clay.  I will return to CANN as soon as I can.   

I will miss all of you so please don’t stay away.  I love posting at CANN and each of you make it something special!  I’ll be back!


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9 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Capture The Good Times!

  1. Thank you for all the pictures. I like the black and white photos. It is hard to pick just one. I will not go away. I hope for you a fast recovery. I will be wailing for you. Thank you for sharing. Thank you CANN.

  2. All, can’t choose btw them! Thank you, CANN fir sharing! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers during your surgery and healing!

  3. All of them, can’t choose! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers during your surgery and recovery!

  4. Will be praying that God watches over you during your surgery and a healthy recovery. Also asking God to watch over the medical staff and guide them during surgery and thu the recovery. Be well.

  5. We will miss you – but take all of the time needed to heal from your surgery.

    Prayers will be said and sent with much love! Thank you for sharing.

    My favorites are #4 and 8.

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