Robertson said when she was little, she once told her Mamaw that she had a bump on her nose, and her great-grandmother jokingly replied, “You have a bump on your face!”
“It wasn’t that you were trying to give me advice, but it helped me a lot,” Robertson said. “You didn’t teach me to be pretty, you taught me to be a woman who respects herself on the inside.”
Shackelford laughed as she explained the real meaning behind that bump on Robertson’s face: “Your nose was so tiny when you were little, that it really did look like just a bump on your face instead of your nose!”
This fall, Sadie will take her messages of family, inspiration and faith on the road as she embarks on her first “Live Original” event tour, named after her New York Times best-selling book and lifestyle message that encourages people to stay true to themselves and their values.
The program will be filled with family, friends and music to spread her message that young people can live positively and passionately while remaining in tune with their faith.
Find information about the event, tour stops and dates on LiveOriginal.com.