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13 February 2012


alicia banks

thanks rod!

rip wh

we will always love u!



I know it's been a few days but I still can't quite believe that she's really gone.

A voice like that can't die. We need it.

Chitown Kev


On one hand, I can't believe it, on the other hand, one of the most frequent comments that I've heard in the past few days is "I'm not surprised."

So many significant events in my life are intertwined with a Whitney song...

I remember when I first went into a halfway house for drug treatment in 1993 and I really wasn't sure that it would work out...in fact, I was pretty sure that it wouldn't work and I was scared and alone.

So I went into the shower and there was this queen absolutely EMOTING as he was singing (not badly, I might add!) "I Have Nothing"...we're talking about banging on the damn shower wall emoting as ONLY a queen can do when worked up by a Whitney song.

There's so much that I want to say but...really, I feel incredibly sad and incredibly blessed (and that's a word that I don't particularly like) at the same time.

Terry in Toronto

The funeral home director was on TV saying that it will be a private, invitation only, family affair.

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