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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Here's a little tribute

I have been watching and reading some of the articles on Michael Jackson. I was moved by the memorial service today. My husband has been glued to the tv also. He comes from a family that shared alot of musical talent. He was VERY emotional during the service. When the live coverage ended he had to go to work. So, I didn't really get a chance to talk about it. I was truly worried about his emotional state. He shared that it was scary to have someone our age pass on. He had so much going on, but I don't think he ever really had the chance to just be Michael Jackson. I want to believe that he is with his family and friends that have left this world. One of his brothers shared that he had a twin that was waiting for him. His children were present at the service. I was glad for that. They need to find comfort and closure. Their world has been shuffled so much. I am hoping that they will have the love and support of the Jackson family and there is not a long legal battle for custody.
I am sorry for the loss of his life. He co-wrote the song, "We are the World". There were several things that I want to take away from what I learned about him today. I want to make sure that all of my friends and family know how much they are loved. I am not convinced that I tell them or show how much I really appreciate them. I hope that my grandchildren will have fond memories of me and the silly things we do together. Alot of friends spoke today. They had fond memories and some very passionate statements. The world is a better place for many of Michael Jackson's contributions. I want that to be a legacy of my own too. I don't need the gratification shown, but I do hope I leave this world on a kind and loving note.
Being a breast cancer survivor, I have had the patience to stop and appreciate all of the good things life has brought me. And I am thankful that I am alive and have been given, as they say, a second chance. So, on this note I will bring this to an end and hopefully some of you will take a moment to recall your special times with others.


  1. amen sister, i too am sad for his loss... our loss! i truely believe he loved everyone. i wish people would stop being cruel, but, so many people mourning his death can't all be wrong about him.

  2. Thank you for putting it so beautifully. It's so so important to take time and enjoy your life. Life is precious:) jojo

  3. Sometimes I am just blogging along wondering what people real are thinking. When I find a blog that has sentiment and especially gratitude I always appreciate it.
    Life is brief! And as we mourn we must stop and contemplate the value of what we're becoming because of our having loved so deeply and now lost so greatly. How can I make a difference in someone's life because someone made a difference in mine??? God Bless You, Meg