What is singer Donna Fargo up to now?
—Betty Huckstep, Bumpass, Virginia
The native of Mount Airy, North Carolina, stopped performing about five years ago and puts her creative energies into writing greeting cards and books for Blue Mountain Arts. “I knew things were slowing down and decided I’d find a way to use what talent I have in another way,” says the singer-songwriter of the 1972 country-pop hits “The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A.” and “Funny Face.” She describes some of her cards as being songs without music. “It’s really good therapy,” says Fargo, 68, who lives in Nashville, Tennessee.