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Yesterday, Friday, January 20th, 2012 a lenendary songstress and biracial individual, Etta James passed away from leukemia at the age of 73. Recently Etta James had been battling cancer and was in the final stages of leukemia. Not one disease could kill the soul of such a remarkable legend. Etta James will live on throughout her raspy emotional blues filled voice.

One thing that I admired the most about Etta James was her attitude. I have never known one woman to be as fiesty as Etta James. James was well respected for her confidence and attitude. Her presence will remain with us all every time we hear her songs.

Another Angel has arrived in heaven. xo

Until next time . . .

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I had a wonderful birthday today. I shared my special day and celebrated with family. It was very warm and loving having my family around all day. It is little moments that are shared with your family that mean the most!

To start my day off my two aunts, grandpa and I met mother after she got off work. Together we all went out to an early dinner at Olive Garden. Dinner was wonderful and delicious! Olive Garden’s Fettuccine Alfredo is to die for!

After dinner my mother insisted on getting me a birthday cake. (her favorite) There was no way that she was going to let a birthday pass without traditionally getting a birthday cake. My personal favorite is Carvel’s Ice cream birthday cakes. Yummy . . . (:

The rest of the day consisted of spending time with family. One of life’s greatest opportunities.

Overall, I had a wonderful birthday. I learned to be thankful. Sometimes I don’t give thanks when it is needed. That is something that I am working on for this new year “2012”.

Until next time . . .

 

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