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Good bye.. 

Today is the day to say good bye for real. I won’t be using this account anymore. Same for my MJ Twitter. It was a great, awesome experience, beyond my expectations when I first signed in. I’ve met my best friends here. I will NEVER forget the love that you all sent me. For those who wanna keep in touch with me, you can find me here : www.lady-soso.tumblr.com Good bye everyone, take care. Michael, I love you <3

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tagged as: #reblogging myself

"It is the memory of pain, that keeps pain alive. If you can remember what brings joy instead, your pain would diminish."


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legolove-michaeljackson:
i love your blog so much :)) Your one of my favorite blogs :)) ROCK ON :))
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Thank youuuuuuuu! aawwww :’D


2 years ago with 1 note

onemorechanceatlovemjj:

STORY FROM A FLIGHT ATTENDANT WHO MET MICHAEL JACKSONIn the late 90’s I was an International Manager for United Airlines and was working on board a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo. I was notified approximately 45 minutes before departure that Michael Jackson and 3 body guards would be traveling on our flight. He is one of the only people in the world that was allowed to travel under a false name due to the significant security risk of releasing a passenger manifest with his name. This is something the US government has to approve. He did not have to go through customs nor come through the airport. He was brought by police escort directly planeside immediately before takeoff with 3 bodyguards. He was in first class with one bodyguard next to him and two behind him. I found him to be one of the most kind, funny and gentle people I had ever met. During the 12 hour flight he came to the galley while his bodyguards were sleeping to talk with the flight attendants and myself. He was facinated to hear the crews stories of what they did on layovers and expressed how very much he wished he could just go see tourist attractions or simply walk on a beach without having to wear a disguise of some kind. He said he was sincerely jealous of our “normality”. He was kind enough to sign autographs for the crew and spent a good 40 minutes talking with us. Interestingly he asked for a small amount of wine and requested that it be put in a paper coffee cup. He explained that if people saw him with a wine glass someone would write that he was drinking and possibly had a drinking problem. It was sad to see the lenghts he had to go to for a shot glass size amount of wine. He is still one of the most soft spoken, and kind people I have ever met. He took a sincere interest in the crews lives and their freedom to live them the way they chose. I pray Michael rests in peace. He deserves so much more from us and the world for his countless contributions! He is as close to American Royalty that we have…   

onemorechanceatlovemjj:

STORY FROM A FLIGHT ATTENDANT WHO MET MICHAEL JACKSON


In the late 90’s I was an International Manager for United Airlines and was working on board a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo. I was notified approximately 45 minutes before departure that Michael Jackson and 3 body guards would be traveling on our flight. He is one of the only people in the world that was allowed to travel under a false name due to the significant security risk of releasing a passenger manifest with his name. This is something the US government has to approve. He did not have to go through customs nor come through the airport. He was brought by police escort directly planeside immediately before takeoff with 3 bodyguards. He was in first class with one bodyguard next to him and two behind him. I found him to be one of the most kind, funny and gentle people I had ever met. During the 12 hour flight he came to the galley while his bodyguards were sleeping to talk with the flight attendants and myself. He was facinated to hear the crews stories of what they did on layovers and expressed how very much he wished he could just go see tourist attractions or simply walk on a beach without having to wear a disguise of some kind. He said he was sincerely jealous of our “normality”. He was kind enough to sign autographs for the crew and spent a good 40 minutes talking with us. Interestingly he asked for a small amount of wine and requested that it be put in a paper coffee cup. He explained that if people saw him with a wine glass someone would write that he was drinking and possibly had a drinking problem. It was sad to see the lenghts he had to go to for a shot glass size amount of wine. He is still one of the most soft spoken, and kind people I have ever met. He took a sincere interest in the crews lives and their freedom to live them the way they chose. I pray Michael rests in peace. He deserves so much more from us and the world for his countless contributions! He is as close to American Royalty that we have…   

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2 years ago with 741 notes · { originally from thatvintagepyt, via addictedtojosephmorgan}

addictedtojosephmorgan:
Wow, I just saw you're following me! Thank you so much, i really appreciate that! :D And you are a wonderfull artist, and I love all off your artworks. I give you all of my respect, because it's so beautiful :) xxx
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You are too sweet! I followed you because you love Michael and Ian and I run a TVD blog too, dedicated to Damon and Delena so of course I followed when I saw your name lol! :D haha Thank you sooo much for this sweet message :’) xoxoxo


2 years ago with 1 note

michael-are-not-alone:
Following :D
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Thank you!!!! :)


2 years ago with 2 notes

About degrading photo-manipulations of Michael’s pics.> http://whataboutmj.wordpress.com/2010/07/31/manipulations/ As fans, we also have responsabilities. Just food thought ...


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