Hi, I'm Rosanne Cash.
A woman who inspires me is my grandmother, Carrie Cash.
She's not living anymore, but she raised seven children on a cotton farm in Arkansas.
She picked cotton.
She did her laundry in a steel tub, cooked for a huge family, gave birth at home, in the first few years without electricity, and was the most tenacious woman I knew.
And as hard as her life was, she was unfailingly cheerful and kind and compassionate.
And I once asked her, you know, when I was pregnant with my first baby, I said, 'how do you get through labor?'
And she said - she looked at me like I was crazy, she said, 'honey, you endure it.'
And she endured so much hardship and had such a huge, beautiful heart.
Whenever something's really hard for me, I think about her and that there must be something of her that survives in me, because I'm pretty tenacious.
But she's a constant inspiration.