Muriel Edwards, a Life Care Center of Jefferson City resident, had the joy of a lifetime when she met Randy Travis, her favorite country musician.
While Muriel was in rehabilitation at the facility, her therapists discovered that she was Randy Travis's "number-one fan."
So, occupational therapy helper Zoe Moonwood gave Muriel Randy's book, "Forever and Ever, Amen," which quickly became a prized keepsake that Muriel never parted with despite her vision problems.
Later, Karoline Van Horn, an occupational therapy assistant, bought Muriel a smart speaker for Christmas and taught her how to program it to play Randy Travis whenever she wanted.
When she instructed her speaker to play Randy Travis, it didn't always do so.
On other occasions, the device played music that sounded similar to Randy Travis but did not capture the beauty of his sound for Muriel.
It didn't take long for the therapists and therapy aides to realize Muriel couldn't get enough of Randy Travis
and that the only thing that could completely satisfy her love for his music was a trip to see and hear him live!
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