Penni Goode Evans

  Friday, October 20, 2017
  Honorable Mention....  
        

I am so thrilled! I just found out that Cheeking My Meds has won Honorable Mention in the Writer's Digest Self Published Book Contest! I feel so grateful and so excited! There will be mention of the book in the magazine and that's wonderful!

 
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  Wednesday, September 27, 2017
  Listen to Cheeking My Meds on Audible...  
        

I have been so excited for Cheeking My Meds to be available on Audible and now it is!  The reading is done by the amazing Angela Mae- who did such a fantastic job! Click here to listen to a bit of it-- https://www.amazon.com/Cheeking-My-Meds/dp/B075VCZMJC/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1486836525&sr=1-1

I could not be more excited...

 
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  Thursday, September 14, 2017
  New to Artpickle...  
        

Oh my God!  Look at these gorgeous dolls!  Made by my friend, Julia Simpson Urrutia-- They are breathaking!  She is new to Artpickle -  Check out her beautiful artwork... http://julialouisesimpson-urrutia.artpickle.com/

 
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  Wednesday, September 13, 2017
  The Red Sea Bride  
        

This morning I finished reading the Red Sea Bride and it has been going through my mind all day. My new friend, Julia Simpson Urrutia, recommended the book to me - She did the cover art which I love. She thought I might enjoy the book. It is one that she read and loved and I'm glad she told me about it because, Wow! What a mesmerizing story! I looked forward to every night settling in with a cup of tea and some coffee cake or some other something sweet and reading this book. I love a book that I'm excited to get back to -- and this book was certainly a book I couldn't wait to get back to! You can read my review here:  https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R3P3MVMB2TQLKO/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01MUJZPRG
The book really does read like a fairy tale. I love that about it- that it is the real world but it's also a bit magical. It's a love story - and more than just a love story- a story of people-  People that are so very different and so very much the same. This book is 5 stars above and beyond...

 

 
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  Tuesday, September 5, 2017
   
        

I am truly blown away to find that such a brilliant, amazing woman would say such nice things about Cheeking My Meds, I swear I think I dreamed her! Click here to read this awesome blog post about my book, I am truly humbled that someone so smart and accomplished would say such things about my book, https://grassrootswritersguild.wordpress.com/2017/09/05/cheeking-my-meds-offers-a-close-up-of-the-teen-psychiatric-institute/

And to order her book, "Under a Crescent Moon," a beautiful book of stories set in the exotic world of Saudi Arabia, click here:

https://www.amazon.com/Under-Crescent-Moon-Stories-Arabia-ebook/dp/B003I64A6S/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1504666670&sr=1-2&keywords=Under+a+crescent+moon

You will continue to think of them long after you've stopped reading (I love it when that happens!) They have a beautiful, fairy tale quality that I love.

Thank you, Julia, for being so supportive and helpful and encouraging. I am truly humbled that such an amazing writer would think this of my book and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

 
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  Thursday, August 31, 2017
  Louise Hay has left the movie of life...  
        

Last night my mother called to tell me that Louise Hay had passed. I thought about it for a minute and thought, "Am I sad?" and, realized that, no I am not sad. Because I know that Louise did not look at death as a death she looked at death as merely, "leaving the movie of life," and so, I am happy for Louise because, what a life! I can honestly say that her book, "How to Heal Your Life," changed mine. I have hardly read any self help books - and after reading hers, there's no reason to read any others. That book has been my guide ever since I randomly picked it up at Books A Million, twenty-plus years ago. I said this to someone recently and they said to me, "How did it change your life?" and I thought about that. The answer is, that even though I am still working on me and always will be, that without that book, without knowing how my thoughts create my reality, without the knowledge that I am always only dealing with a thought and a thought can be changed, I don't know that I would have necessarily grown as a person. You know, some people grow and some people only get older. If not for that book, I might have just gotten older or I might have gotten worse.I've mentioned before that I basically had to raise myself. So, it's an odd thing because, I'm 44 but in dog years I'm 104 and in years of learning and growing and being nurtured, I'm 24. But,the good news is,  you can start anywhere.  Unfortunately, a lot of people do a lot of things to escape the pain they feel in their lives because it is too difficult to look that pain square in the face and try to overcome it. I know this is what is happening when I see someone who is bad on drugs or drinking or any of the other various ways people hide from themselves. I wish everyone would read, "You Can Heal Your Life," no matter their situation, upbringing, age, or stage in life. I made my daughter read it when she was a teenager and I still say to her, "Remember what Louise Hay says..." --- If she starts to read off the reasons why something might not happen, I remind her that you shouldn't think, "of the reasons why it won't but the reasons why it can."  When I see a commercial telling me that because I'm a woman blah blah blah - I'm at risk for this dis-ease or that dis-ease, I think of what Louise says and I hit mute on my television and say aloud, "The normal state of a body is to be happy, healthy and safe."  and this is not mumbo jumbo, this is truth. Kill your television. Sit in silence. Read "You Can Heal Your Life."  You are always only dealing with a thought (man is only thought) and a thought can be changed.  God Bless You, Louise Hay.

 
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  Sunday, August 27, 2017
  Why I do it...  
        

Since I am a self published writer and still fairly new to it all, I look forward to any new reviews I receive on my books. I don't expect them all to be good and of course, even the bad reviews can help you know what you're doing wrong. But anyway, yesterday I received a lovely review on Goodreads by a woman named Julia Simpson Urrutia - and since it was a review for "Cheeking My Meds," the book about my troubled childhood and relationship with my father- well, those reviews mean the most. I like to write and of course, reviews can help with book sales but that book is not about book sales, that book is so personal and when someone has something to say about it, it means more to me than just promoting the book.  Anyway, I saw that Julia had a website and I clicked on it and was so shocked to find that over a month ago, she mentioned me and my book in one of her blogs! You can read it here:

https://grassrootswritersguild.wordpress.com/2017/07/03/a-huge-mistake-made-by-brilliant-but-unsuccessful-writers/

My God! I could die! First of all, she called "Cheeking My Meds,"  stunning and, I can't even wrap my head around that- that someone would say something like that about a book I've written. In the book business things can be slow going, but, when someone feels such a way about something you've written- especially when they feel that way about something that is so personal to you, it means everything. She critiqued my marketing and she is right about that - I know in this day and age, marketing is so important and that I should be on Facebook. I will probably have to sign up. I did that before, way back when I wrote "Mondovi Strange Days," under my name and was trying to promote it and, I tried doing all the things they tell you to do but, I just began to feel silly.  Did you see that King of Queens episode where Kerry quits her job and decides to make cell phone covers? And she has a party to promote and sell them and no one wants to buy them and she's terrorizing them with fuzzy glittery cell phone covers? Well, I was beginning to feel that way!  But I know that you must make yourself available and so, I will maybe try again with the Facebook thing, even though I have been out of the loop for so long I might only have 6 friends on there.. lol..  Anyway, I just wanted to say how nice it feels when someone reads your book and feels this way about it. Thank you, Julia :)  And Sandy and Lana and John David and everyone who has read and rated and reviewed my little book about my crazy teenage years. It means so much. :)

P.S.  Julia Simpson Urrutia is a writer as well--- I have just ordered her book, "Under the Crescent Moon" and hope to start reading it this week- it looks to be very good.  She also has a book called, "The Jinn in the Clock," which I know I'll be also reading because the Jinn has always fascinated and scared me to death!  Here is her author page:  https://www.amazon.com/Juwairiah-J.-L.-Simpson/e/B001KIYPES/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0

 
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    You write because you love to write and because your talent pushes you to do so. (A fringe benefit of writing is that it is cathartic.) I have written all my life and probably will continue to do so just because. However, I am growing my little niche of readers as you will yours (Penni and any other writer reading this comment). It is not talent, ironically, that brings success (a word that should continue to be redefined throughout one's life) but perseverance. THANK YOU for responding to my Goodreads review. You have a wonderful and STRONG voice in Cheeking My Meds. Every time I open it, I feel it. I plan on reading your other works (working on a different book right now), but I think you deserve enormous praise for having the courage and the sass to write Cheeking My Meds. It will have an honored place on my bookshelf. I will keep recommending it!!!
  Julia Simpson-Urrutia   August 29 2017
   
  Saturday, August 12, 2017
  The Lady On The Rooftops is now on Audible...  
        

To listen to my book on Audible, please click here to order:  https://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/The-Lady-on-the-Rooftops-Audiobook/B074MCSYZ5/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1502559980&sr=1-1

narrated by Kevin Iggens -- Small town mystery about a boy who sees ghosts!

 
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  Thursday, July 20, 2017
  Cheeking My Meds Review  
        

Thank you, Sandy at feedmybibliodiction.com for such a great review on Cheeking My Meds!  https://feedmybibliodiction.wordpress.com/2017/07/20/50-of-cheeking-my-meds/

 
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  Monday, July 10, 2017
  Anneewakee One Boy's Journey  
        

Preview here : https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1223270

order here:  https://www.amazon.com/Steve-Salem-Evans/e/B00UW3ID54/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1

 
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  Monday, July 10, 2017
  The Lady on the Rooftops  
        

Preview here:  https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1223369
Order here: www.amazon.com/author/franciscoco

 
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  Tuesday, June 27, 2017
  Good read for rainy days...  
        

So, with Hurricaine Cindy, the weather has been dark and dreary and it has rained non stop for the last week or so and while in this doom and gloom, I read this very interesting book https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Experiments-Lana-Campbell-ebook/dp/B071CP8RV5/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1498580635&sr=1-1&keywords=lana+campbell   I wanted to put the link up and tell you to check it out- very good read and perfect for a dark, rainy day. Settle in with a cup of tea and enjoy :)

 
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  Friday, June 23, 2017
  Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee- The House On Dale Street.  
        

My husband is working on a book about our time in Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee right now and I am so excited about it! It will be out soon- probably some time around early November.  amazon.com/author/evanssteve

He's a little more than mid way through and I've been reading it as he works on it and it's so good!  I am so excited for this book to come out!  We lived in Red Boiling 27 years ago. My God, life goes so fast. It was such an amazing time. Our neighbors, Oda and Faulby Parkhurst (he was the mayor of the town and all around playboy- lol) and our friends Larry and Jenny (who we can't seem to find anywhere on the internet! :(     ---  Such a great time-  before cell phones and computers and people tweeting and twatting- rotary phones-  good god, I'm old!  Anyway, please check out the book -  and if you would like to see some of my pictures of Red Boiling from our visit a year or so ago, you can see them on my Pinterest page, here: https://www.pinterest.com/pennievans/photography/  and to read a little, click here  https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1229890

 
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  Sunday, April 30, 2017
  Cheeking My Meds  
        

link to Cheeking My Meds preview -

https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1223262

order here: www.amazon.com/author/franciscoco

 

 
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  Sunday, March 12, 2017
  The Lady on the Rooftops  
        

Oh the road to End-dor is the
oldest road
And the craziest road of all!
Straight it runs to the Witch's
abode,
As it did in the days of Saul,
And nothing has changed of the
sorrow in store
For such as go down on the
road to En-dor!

 

Rudyard Kipling (1919)

 
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    Perfect! I love Rudyard Kipling!
  Julia Simpson-Urrutia   September 11 2017
   
  Tuesday, January 10, 2017
  Paisley Park Video  
        

Conte Crayon Collage -  see it here https://youtu.be/1YLjq8ON8BE

 
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  Monday, December 12, 2016
  How to tell if you're brainwashed....  
        

Please excuse my flat earth fervor but, really, how exciting to find out that we are the center of the Universe!

How to tell if you're brainwashed:

1. You believe the earth is spinning at 1000 mph but you can't feel it.

2. You believe the oceans are curving because of "gravity" but you can't measure it.

3.You believe ships disappearing over the horizon is proof of the globe and not due to perspective.

4. You believe pilots would not have to account for the earth's curvature or spin while flying.

5. You believe the sun is really 93,000,000 miles away.

6. You believe NASA's pictures of earth from space are real.

7. You believe the earth is a spinning ball whirling through infinite space without a single proof.

 
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  Monday, October 31, 2016
  Documentary...  
        

Well, a quick note as to what I'm up to- If anyone is interested :)  ----  I am working on a documentary.  I can't really say what it's about but I am so excited about it and consider it to truly be important.  And, if not important to anyone else, important to me-   I have never done anything like this and don't know the first thing about it, but I'm learning.  It's harder than I thought it would be but, I can't wait until it's finished.  I wish so much that I felt like painting or writing but I just don't feel like that's what I want to do at this time, so I've switched gears.  So, no new paintings for a while.  But maybe a break is good.  Anyway, I should spend the next year or so on this and I hope whoever is reading this post will send good thoughts my way -- I so want it to turn out good! I'm not sure if, when it's finished I will put it out for the public or just share with friends and family  -- hmmmm --- I don't know, I think I've learned a lesson or two about exposing yourself to the world. But we'll see. --- Oh, and Happy Halloween!  :)

 
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    Looking forward to seeing this documentary, and with everything you do, I know it will be great!
  Nancy Wolf   November 09 2016
   
  Sunday, October 2, 2016
  A dream I had...  
        

I dreamt this a few years ago.----- I was sitting at a desk, on the computer when Patrick Swayze walked up to me. He was looking for something. He looked great.  He had a full head of hair and a lot of weight on him. I said, "Oh my God, you look GREAT!" --- He said, "I feel great!" ---- I asked him what it was like to be dead and he sort of shrugged like, not a problem. ---- "Do you see God?" I asked.--- "Yes,I see God." ----"What about the devil? Do you see the devil?"---- "Yes, I can see the devil," he said. ---- "Oh God," I said, "I would not want to see the devil!" --- He smiled, "It's okay, you can discuss things with him, like politics."

 
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  Sunday, October 2, 2016
  The earth is flat...  
        

The earth is flat. You can laugh if you want to, but it's true. There's a firmament over it and so, basically, we live in a snow globe. 

 
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  Monday, September 26, 2016
  Strange Symmetries around Prince's passing  
        

Okay, so, I am not much of a conspiracy theorist, but, there were some very VERY strange symmetries around Prince's passing and I would like to talk about them here. Some strange things happened around his passing and some stranger ones have come out now and they should be discussed. So let's begin: First of all, the biggest one was that he died in an elevator. I mean, what are the odds of that? In an interview with Chris Rock in the 90's Prince said the elevator symbolized Satan.  He said, "Stay happy, Stay focused and you can beat the elevator."  And then he dies in one?  And now we find out that not only was he found in an elevator but his clothes were on backwards and inside out. And not just his clothes but also his socks. I understand you may quickly throw on your clothes, but, in a medical emergency, why would you care to put on socks? ------He died on April 21st. Which was also the date that he accidentally overdosed on wine and asprin back in 1996 and had to have his stomache pumped according to Ronin Ro's book. So, he almost died of an overdose on the exact same day 20 years before. And the very bizarre fact that he also had an album titled, "3121" a few years back.  3 + 1 = 4 , so from that we get 4/21.  The date of his death.  Why would he title that album 3121?  He said it was his favorite bible verse in Psalms.  But it's bizarre. Also we have his song, "Sometimes It Snows in April." which he recorded on April 21st and which was a song about his death ----- The final track on Hit n Run 2 ends with him saying, "That's it," and a section of silence.----In his last year or so his look had gone back to how he looked in the very beginning of his career, with the afro and clothing. ----Right before he passed he changed his Twitter picture to the one that it is now, with the third eye open and his human eyes closed.----On his Instagram page he posted pictures and white blank spaces to form an upside down Prince symbol, the final picture completing the symbol being posted right before death----His last public words, at Paisley Park just after the emergency plane landing were, "Wait a few days before you waste any prayers," and he passed days later. ----He tweeted, "Just when you thought you were safe.." right before he passed---- During his Piano and Microphone tour, he talked at one of his shows of lucid dreaming and dead people coming to him in dreams-----Around the World in a Day was released on April 21, 1985 and if you open the Vinyl LP you will see a rainbow on the page with the Paisley Park lyrics and on the day Prince passed a rainbow appeared over Paisley Park going in exactly the same direction as pictured in the liner notes of the album----Prince was something different. He was magic. He was in tune with the Universe. When he said, "I'm not your woman, I'm not your man, I am something that you'll never understand." He was right.

www.amazon.com/author/franciscoco

 

 
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  Wednesday, August 24, 2016
  When you finally burn out your energy...  
        

When you finally burn out your energy, you return to the Cosmos to help the masses stay together.

 
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  Tuesday, June 14, 2016
  My time with a cult....  
        

This morning as I was checking my emails, I saw that I had a message from a man who had run across my name when doing a Google search for Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee.  He wanted to know what I knew of the Anzara Hotel and the cult who ran it. I thought I would write a quick piece about it before responding to him.  Wow! The Anzara Hotel!  What a place!  It is now called The Thomas Hotel and is supposedly haunted. The crew from the show Paranormal State have done a few shows there and ghost hunters from all over come to stay and hope to see a ghost.  They are in the wrong place.  The most haunted house in all of America is in Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee, let me tell you ,and it ain't the Thomas Hotel.  I never saw anything ghostly while staying there, and I'm pretty certain this is just a gimmick to draw business, but, as I've learned from my own experiences, no one has any right telling anyone else what they saw or what did or did not happen to them when it comes to the supernatural, so let me back off there.  Okay! Back to the cult!  So, as I've said in my bio, I was raised by coyotes.  And since that was the case, I left home at sixteen.  My now husband (then boyfriend) had a similar background (Please read his book Anneewakee - such a great book)  anyway,, so we left our abusive homes and ran away (no one was following but we ran anyway) to Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee.  I have so many stories about Red Boiling and our wonderful time there- they would fill a book -  and I hope to one day write about it but for now, I want to talk about the Cult.  We stayed at all three hotels in Red Boiling at different times, but for a few months we lived at the Anzara.  I was seventeen then and very naive, I knew nothing of cults or anything like that, and wasn't even sure they WERE a cult until we'd left and Dateline or one of those shows did a piece on them, somewhere around 1990.  By the time they did the piece, the cult had picked up and split.  Anyway, my boyfriend and I got a room at the Anzara.  At that time, there was a very big, hard-nosed woman who owned the hotel (she was the leader of the cult) and in the beginning, I thought they were just Baptists or something and I remember telling her, "I'm a Christian......Baptist?" - She just looked at me like I was stupid. Our room was downstairs by the laundry room. I remember some strange people staying there, which I chalked up to just people being strange.  My seventeen year old mind was blown, though, one night, very late, when I crept down to the kitchen (we were allowed use of the kitchen)  and I saw the people staying at the hotel, naked, and dancing in the dining room.  I ran back to my room, terrified, like, "What the fuck did I just see?"  ---- I remember, also, there was a very rich lady staying at the hotel.  I now know the cult was milking her for her money, but back then, I wasn't hip to people and their motives.  Anyway, so this fancy pants lady was from New York City and she had a little white dog and she and I would sit on the swing on the front porch and I would smoke her Pall Mall filterless cigarettes with her (and almost die because they had no filter!)  and we had a lot of long talks.  I don't remember now about what but, I really liked this lady. I do remember that she was sad and she seemed very lonely. It was summer then, and I recall that she drank a lot of sweet tea. -- Funny, as I think of our time there, I also remember that there was a front desk in the foyer, with an old fashioned cash register, and back then, it cost fifty dollars a week to stay at the hotel and my boyfriend would pay our fee, and then, when the cult leaders were out of sight,, he would go back and hit the NO SALE button, and take our money back.  Don't judge! I told you we were raised by wolves.  There's more I could write but I'll close with my most memorable time at the Anzara.  One night,  we were starving and my boyfriend stole down to the concession stand that was by the pool.  It was unlocked, and he snuck inside and stole all kinds of snack food and brought it up to the room.  I was so excited- look at all this food! Ho-ho's, ding dings, icicle popsicles! Holy crap!  We stuffed ourselves silly.  Once we were nice and full, we lay back on the bed, thrilled that we'd gotten all this free food (remember, back then we were young, poor teenagers)  smiling, wrappers all over the bed, and then we began to remember the things we'd seen; At that point, my boyfriend had begun to suspect that they were a cult or that something was up, and then we became terrified.  What if we'd been poisoned, Jim Jones style? What if this food we'd eaten had been intended for their big finale? We were so scared then.  I'll never forget laying there thinking, "Oh no. What have we done?" We might die. Oh God... Oh God....    We left not long after. Recently, I stopped by the Thomas Hotel and chatted with the new owner.  She said that the lady who'd run the cult had come to the Thomas Hotel at some point after she'd bought it and told the new owner that she'd once owned it and the lady knew who she was. I guess everyone has a story in them, or many stories, but my life has played out like frames in a movie.  My Red Boiling Springs experience was one.  My Mondovi experience was another. I have had a very strange life..... UPDATE---  Since posting this,I have now had two more people contact me regarding the Anzara, both are working on a book about the town and the hotel. The last guy told me that after the new owners took over, they found giant circles with feathers and blood in some of the rooms, beneath the carpet and folded metal prayers in the trees.  That is certainly interesting!  What in the world was going on at that hotel?

My husband is working on a book about Red Boiling, available for pre-order here https://www.amazon.com/Steve-Salem-Evans/e/B00UW3ID54  I read some of it yesterday and it is so good! I'm excited for it to come out!

 
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  Thursday, May 12, 2016
  When I get to Heaven...  
        

First, I'll see my grandmothers.... And then I'm going to find Prince!

 
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  Thursday, April 21, 2016
  Admission is easy, just say you believe and come to the place in your heart....  
        

Paisley Park is in your heart.     So, Prince died today.  I cannot believe it.  I have been a fan since I was seven years old and a huge part of me is now crushed. There will never be anyone to replace him, ---  never.  I was so lucky to have been a child and a teenager during the time period that he was making music and being a genuis in every area. I loved his films, -  I still watch Under the Cherry Moon when I'm feeling down and Graffiti Bridge when I need a spiritual lift. So, this is a sad day for the entire world and I'm just a teeny part of it.  I feel so grateful for the time my family and I travelled to Chanhassen and went to Paisley Park and chased his little ass all over town.  Rest in purple, Prince.  

 
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    I felt sad reading this. I had that experience when John Lennon died. I had just got married and was still living in the USA. It just seemed so surreal. I had been a huge Beatles fan. But nothing--truly no celebrity death--hit me like that of Princess Diana. Like half the world, I was utterly heartbroken. Sometimes well known people affect us more than we can imagine.
  Julia Simpson-Urrutia   September 11 2017
   
 
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