The first thing I heard when I woke up today was that Whitney Houston left us this early morning. And now her famous song I will always love you keeps on playing on the radio.
Because I was only a very young child when she was at the climax of her career, I didn’t cry or anything. I remembered I listened to her songs long ago with my mum, who was a big fan. And that made me feel like when Michael Jackson had just died.
Continue reading “The Lesson Of Life: Death”
Yesterday was World Cancer Day, and earlier, in my makeup blog, I had the pleasure to welcome a guest blogger, Jackie Clark who wrote an article on women having cancer, to tell them that it doesn’t mean that they have to stop caring about their body, their beauty… You can read the post here: Keeping Beauty in Your Life.
Jackie writes in honour of women having mesothelioma cancer and has her own blog: The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog. You can also follow her on Twitter @CancerAlliance and believe me, her posts are worth it.
Continue reading “Nothing Can Steal Your Beauty – no, not even Cancer.”
“He’s not going to survive… It won’t take any much longer.”
“Take him to his mother before he dies!”
“No. Let’s her believe she’s lost her child during birth… It’s better for her…”
“Where is my child! Please let me see him!”
“She’s calling for him! Go!”
“No! Let him here with us… Let him die… It’s nearer now…”
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