I remember when i was younger, every Saturday morning,
i would listen to Whitney Houston while completing my Saturday morning chores.
Pretending to sing like her would allow me to finish my cleaning faster than usual.
It made the hard chore easy, fast, breezy and a whole lot of fun!
Many of us grew up listening to Whitney
and have some amazing memories with her music that are warm and great.
I will definitely MISS her spirit for music.
I remember when The Bodyguard came out,
i knew every single word of every single song on that album.
And the first time i heard “I Will Always Love You,”
my cousin and i would sing it like we knew something about LOVE and LOVING and losing someone.
We definitely had a lot to learn about love but through her songs, we felt like we connected.
None of us knew her personally but she allowed us to know her
through her music and for this i appreciate her.
What i am learning about her unfateful loss is that
if we do not take care of our God-given talents and abuse it,
it can and it will be taken away from us!
Addiction of any kind is real..and we must take care of it.
I am wishing her daughter, Bobbi-Kristina, nothing but God’s protective arms all through her life.
I wish her family comfort always.
I wish that Whitney’s soul, spirit and voice is at rest
and that she will sing purer, louder and better than ever!
We Will Always Love You!