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take advantage of every opportunity she gets to pick
up the guitar and play. Pope says she sees being
home-schooled as an advantage and doesn’t feel
“stuck at home” all the time as one might imagine.
But, she says she feels she actually has more time than
the average high school student. Pope says this gives
her more time to evaluate life and more time with her
guitar.
She says she feels unsure about her musical fu-
ture and that she is “waiting for the other shoe to fall.”
She says that, although local, her newly-found fame is
surreal and seems somewhat like a practical joke.
(See Jenna Noel at Open Mic Night, Fridays at
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14 Moultrie Magazine Winter 2010
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