The news of Michael Jackson's death came as a shock. I think he was one of the least likely people I thought would be dying this year.
How sad for his three children. I wonder where they will live? Who will take care of them?
Michael Jackson did a lot of strange things in his life but he also did a lot of good. He was one of the biggest stars in history. Even if you didn't care for his music you would know who he was.
He was all set to do a 3 year world tour. Trying hard to get his good name back and all the troubles of the past put behind him. Now that will never happen.
My heart goes out to his family and friends.
When I was growing up I never missed Charlie's Angels. I loved that show. It was a show that showed young women being strong, smart and able to take care things that used to be done only by a man before.
Farrah Fawcett was one of my favorite angels. Her long blond hair was every girls dream!
When I heard she had cancer I was sad and held out high hopes that she would recover. Then I saw her special on TV and knew in my heart her fight was almost over. She was not going to win this one.
So hearing of her passing was not a shock but it still saddened me. I feel bad that her one and only son is in jail and was not able to be their with her in her dying days. I do hope they let him go to her funeral.
Again, my thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.
When I heard Ed McMahon died I also felt bad. While I wasn't expecting him to die it wasn't a real shock as he was older and had health problems in the past.
I always like Ed McMahon and used to watch him on the Tonight Show. He seemed like a nice guy.
I don't know how many children he had or if he was married still or not. But I do know he has family and my heart aches for them.
They say Hollywood Stars always die in threes. In this case that seems like it's a true statement. I sure hope no one else dies in the near future.
Good bye Ed, Farrah and Michael. You will all be missed.