He told the crowd Sunday night that he needed to go to the hospital and get 14 stitches, "but I had priority # 1, and that was to come to Nashville and build houses."
Carter wore an Atlanta good baseball cap, but his left eye was swollen and bruised, and he had a white bandage over his eye. Carter was presented by country stars Hart Brooks and Trisha Edwood, who called Carter the most difficult volunteers and sang some duets during the concert and ceremony.
Kazar Rosalin praised the country's music couple volunteering for previous Habitat for Humanity construction projects, saying she once saw Godwood climb the rafters of a house that worked hard during construction.
At that time, President Carter joked, "While Garth was just watching her," drawing laughter from the crowd and from Godwood. Carter seemed to be in a good mood and soon came on stage to point out his baseball cap and mention that the Brave had also beaten the St. Louis Cardinals that day.
Carter survived a terrible cancer diagnosis in 2015 and surpassed George H.V. Bush as the longest serving US president in history this spring. He had trouble walking after having a hip replacement in May, but regularly teaches Sunday school.
In the meantime, he continued his humanitarian work. He has also periodically engaged in politics and politics, recently expressing the hope that his Carter Center will in the future become a more decisive advocate for armed conflict, including the "US war".
"I just want to keep the whole world at ease," Carter said, presenting his annual Carter Center report last month. "We've been at war for over 226 years. We've been at peace for about 16 years" since independence in 1776. he said, adding that every military conflict in the United States since the Korean War was a war of "choice."
Carter also accepted visits from several presidential candidates in 2020, but he is holding back on supporting some of his fellow Democrats, offering some clues as to his thoughts on the campaign.