Saturday, December 5, 2009
I went to see This Is It during the mid afternoon Thursday. There were not that many of us in the theater so I had my pick of seats. I was able to sing and do a little dancing without worrying about bothering anyone else. I was excited all day long thinking about going to the movies for one last time. I was on the edge of my seat anticipating each part as it came. The movie flew by this time, probably because I knew it would be my last time seeing it on the large screen. I felt myself becoming more and more emotional the closer we got to the finale. Tears started streaming down my face at the beginning of Man In The Mirror, then I started sobbing when Michael spread his arms at the end. I wanted to watch all the extras at the end (and I needed a minute to pull myself together), so I stayed until the house lights came on. I really couldn't even look at anyone else on my way out of the theater. Honestly, my grief felt fresh all over again. It was a bittersweet farewell on the three month anniversary of Michael's interment.
Friday, December 4, 2009
"we are no different from any other family
that has made and wasted millions of dollars ...the reality show will prove that"
I just have one question, where's Randy?
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Today is World AIDS Day. For your own health and peace of mind, please get tested for HIV. There are over 85,000 people living with HIV in the United Kingdom; 1/4 of them do not know they are infected. There are an estimated 1 million Americans living with HIV and over 33 million people worldwide infected with the virus. President Obama made a proclamation declaring the day World AIDS Day. To find an HIV Testing location near you in the United States, send a text message with your ZIP code to KNOWIT (566948) or visit http://www.hivtest.org/.