Hello Fellow Whitney Fans!
I don't know if you remember me, but I interviewed Whitney on MTV many years ago http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFzbAXWbujE. It was a moment I will never forget. A Real Dream Come True! I would love if you could support me in paying tribute to our beloved icon by supporting my Whitney Kickstarter Project. We are putting together a Web Series as a special tribute to Whitney Houston, and need fellow Whitney support in spreading the word. We plan to pay homage to, not only “The Voice” but the woman behind “The Voice.” Check it out and please support and spread the word! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1819243085/studio-q-tv-whitney-houston-tribute-webseries
Thank you and God Bless!
This past Saturday, I had already begun the morning emotional as I carried Whitney in my thoughts throughout the day knowing I would be seeing Sparkle when I got off work. I had this funny turning feeling in my stomach. The kind you have when you're a kid knowing you're going to Disneyland, or that Christmas morning has arrived and running to the tree for your presents. I sat there watching with a heavy heart. When it came to Whitney's scene where she's singing in the church, I just lost it. I started sobbing like a baby. Loud. And I didn't care who heard me because I knew everyone else was crying also. I have been crying everyday since. I cannot get used to this planet without Whitney. It's weird, unbelievable, and it hurts so much. As I type this post, Kevin Costner is speaking of her on ABC.
Quencie, so you're the woman Whitney stopped to talk to and hug on the red carpet. You got to hug her one last time. I am all about supporting people with good intention. You will meet your goal because you believe in your vision. Yes, I'll support you.
Well, get ready with a box of tissues, Kimberlyn, because I was doing much better until seeing Whitney in Sparkle opened the faucet again and I have been a mess since.
OMG, I had forgotten that I promised myself not to listen to Whitney's first 3 cds because they really bring me down and I accidently put on "I'm Your Baby Tonight". Once "Miracle" came on, I was a mess. Couldn't stop crying, tears streaming down, bottomless sadness for days.
Can't say I didn't warn you, Kimberlyn. Whitney always did have a way of reaching into your heart and taking a strong hold of it, not letting it go, not letting you go with just a song, any song. If I had a lamp to rub, I would ask the genie to bring her back so that she could see how much the world misses her and aches because there is no closure....There never will be.
The all too fresh wound has been again split open. And yet, this pain is very familiar. It is reminiscent of a loss we have all experienced at some point in our lives, or one day will. It is the epitomy of all losses. I cannot fathom how the Houston family is coping. Most of all, I really feel for Cissy and Bobbi and hope they find solace in their darkest hour. I am very grateful to have this web site and Whitney's beautiful fans with which to share this dark grief. Kimberlyn, please do not take another break from this site. Take in this pain, because I believe one day it will subside and we will have only our memory to re-live this moment. I envy you, that you had a long line to stand and wait with so many who went to see Whitney in Sparkle that you had to wait and return a week later. Relish those moments. I did not have that. It is playing at so many theaters and at so many showing times that I only wish I had felt that comaraderie. All that love. God, I love this woman so beautiful inside and out.
"Hold on, hold on to yourself. This is gonna hurt like hell".-S.McLaughclin
Yeah, you keep saying that, J_Lyles. Have you taken it upon yourself to speak for everyone? I must agree that the Bev Hilton staff and paramedics could have been much quicker in response. I was surprised at their laxed attention. But Los Angeles loved Whitney. We always have. Just walk up to anyone in the hood and ask them. They tell me so everyday. As for the media and paparazzi, the States and Europe treated her ruthlessly. Aside from Princess Diana, I have never witnessed such cruelty and bullying as the way Whitney Houston was treated. And all she had for them in return was nothing but love.
It is disgusting of how many people "saw things" and did nothing.
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