Hello, it is with my deepest heartfelt sympathy I want to inform you about the death of our beloved friend and well known Mrs. 2017. She is survived by 12 husbands , 52 children and 365 grand children. The funeral arrangements will take place on Sunday December 31st at 11: 59 pm.
For more information contact Pastor January on phone number 01 01 2018.
However, 2017 family members asked me to inform you that she accidentally died with ALL your problems, sickness, disappointment, backstabbing, fraudulent actions, lack of accountability, frustration, untimely death, shame, disgrace, barrenness, discouragement, failure, and rejection.
Yet, her successor, Mrs. 2018 asked me to inform you that she is going to compensate you with: Long life, good health, abundant blessings, peace, joy, righteousness, promotion, uplifting, breakthrough, knowledge of self, growth, supernatural miracles, wealth and prosperity.
Mrs. 2018 said feel free to share this to all who will be glad to see Mrs. 2017 dead and buried!
Loyal reader Ann sent this to me. She found it on a Facebook post. I’m not sure who the author is but it is certainly not me. Hopefully you will gather what you need from this post and pass it on to someone else. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! If you’re going out tonight, please be responsible with whatever you do!!!
Today is December 12, 2017. December 12th is a date that I’ll remember for a long time. Many years ago I became friends with a gentleman named Keith Harrell. Keith was a motivational speaker all over the country. He spoke about attitude. Keith was billed as of the top motivational speakers in the world. He died in 2010 and has left a great mark on this world. If you ever met him, you’d understand why. I usually post something on his birthday every year and this year is no different. Get you attitude adjusted by him today. Just listen to the above video. Thanks for calling today Vanessa. I thought about you this morning as soon as I remembered that this was Keith’s birthday. He’d be proud that we remembered.
Years ago, my favorite artist ever, Michael did a song called “Gone Too Soon” that I loved. Years ago, I wrote a poem called “Gone”. Today I’m posting both. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
ALSO…..If you’re in an area of the country where you have to adjust your clock, don’t forget…..DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIMES BEGINS AT 2:00AM.
she sat down
and in a flash…
Tonight is the annual Grammy Awards and I’m certain that they’ll find a way to honor the life of Al Jarreau, a seven-time Grammy-winning singer. Jarreau died at the age of 76. I’m not sure if you’ve ever heard him sing but he has a nice tenor voice that seemed to fuse several genres of music into one. Just yesterday I heard that they had cancelled his remaining tour dates for 2017 and today a friend called me and told me that Jarreau had died at a Los Angeles hospital. It was five years ago that the iconic songtress, Whitney Houston died at a Los Angeles hotel just one day before the Grammy Awards. Above Al Jarreau sings one of his classic hits “We’re In This Love Together”.
It’s still hard to believe that it has been seven years since Michael Jackson’s death (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009). I remember the day he died and I also remember a few family members and friends calling to check on me because they knew how big of a fan I still am of this iconic individual. I think we all know that there will never be another to come and do it like Michael did it. He mesmerized the world for the most of his life and truthfully he still continues to amaze. Most artists will continue to tell you of the huge impact that Michael has on their music. His music still sets the bar high….very high! I’m posting MAN IN THE MIRROR for your enjoyment.
****To those who have a problem with this blog celebrating THE KING OF POP or any other artist…. please forward your emails to http://www.getyourlife.com****
(I’m frankly not interested!!!) #ITAIN’TTHATSERIOUS! Also remember to take a fresh look at: “THE MAN IN THE MIRROR.”
I was absolutely shocked moments ago when I looked on my computer and saw that the legendary singer PRINCE had died. I really can recall early in his career, I did not particularly care for his music. UNTIL…. as a police officer I worked his PURPLE RAIN concert for three nights in a row. This man was nothing less than electric. I had never seen a performer all over the stage like this man was. Some of the hits that he is responsible for includes: “1999”, “Little Red Corvette”, “I Wanna Be Your Lover”,”Do Me Baby” and many more…. The details of his untimely death are sketchy at this time but as soon as I know more I will give you an update.
I can’t say that this world has changed. What I will say is that because of social media and the current level of surveillance that exists, we are able to see more and more of the out of this world acts that we wouldn’t ordinarily see. Consider the above video. Who would ever think of going to a funeral home and stealing a ring off of a dead persons’ finger. Well… this woman more than thought about it. SHE DID IT!!! In Odessa Texas, the family of Louise Hicks were surprised to learn that their deceased mom’s wedding ring had been taken off of her finger. Video from Sunset Funeral Home showed that a woman came in to the funeral home and took the ring from the deceased lady’s finger… then left. I wished that somehow the dead lady would have come back to life, if only momentarily, to say “Leave my ring alone.” That would have been sensational!!!
I know that this is not a topic that a lot of people like to talk about but to go with my last post, this is one of those songs that I would love for them to play at my funeral. It is “My Soul Is Anchored” by Douglas Miller. Check it out. I think you’ll love it.
So many times you’re thought about
So many times we mourn
Our hearts are still yet bleeding
Because they certainly have been torn
The time we had to see your face
Has come and gone exceptionally fast
And yet this love you’ve let us with
For a lifetime… It will last
This heart of gold is now laid to rest
Our memories we hold remarkably near
And though we reverently yield to God’s plan
We still…wish that you were here
Goodbyes are often difficult to declare
Their pain runs ever so deep
And so we’ll never bid you adieu
We’ll just see you…as sound asleep
Today is another day that I found out that someone that I know has died. That now makes about six people in the last six or seven months. Although death is inevitable, it is certainly surprising at times and overwhelming as well. Right now I’m burning a candle for all of those families who are grieving their loved-ones. I’m also wishing eternal peace for the deceased. Above is a poem that I wrote some time ago and I hope it speaks to the heart of those who are trying to cope with their loss.
Loyal reader A. Renae sent this. I like it and I thought I would share…”No Greater Love” GMWA.