“You can look back and say… You were loved.” I had vivid dreams of meeting and singing for you… Hard to believe they won’t come true.You gave me the dream so we celebrate your life today..and always remember the message you tried to spread #NothingButLove .. W.E.H (Taken with Instagram)
Me covering Beyonce’s I Miss You, i still love this song. it’s a little rough, not professionally mixed or anything..just having funn :))
Ahhhh…i really have been in an unshakeable funk for the past few weeks. It is almost time for another shift in my life, i feel it coming. Im never in one place for too long, but i am afraid that this “free spirit” thing will result in nothing ever coming to completion. Drifting along like a cloud has been my method of operating.It seems like everyone else around me knows where there going, and half of the time i just bump into my destinations.I don’t know, it could be the heat and lack of sleep messing with my brain, maybe I’m doing better than i think. Maybe everyone is as lost as i am…Maybe not…..(breathe in….breathe out)
Whitney, we love you. Thank you for blessing us with your gift.
“Ms. Houston’s range spanned three octaves, and her voice was plush, vibrant and often spectacular. She could pour on the exuberant flourishes of gospel or peal a simple pop chorus; she could sing sweetly or unleash a sultry rasp.” New York Times.
Photo by Mariane Barcellona, 1985.
i’ll miss you forever. Rest.
propers to hillarybuckholtz:
Whitney & Brandy! The best Cinderella movie ever made to be honest!
Still have this movie on VHS
Whitney Houston’s death last night at the age of 48 came as a shock to everyone, but it was especially gutting for those at her mentor Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party in Los Angeles, where she was scheduled to attend. Rolling Stone was on the scene at the Beverly Hilton, where Davis told his guests “She was so looking forward to tonight even though she wasn’t scheduled to perform. She loved music, and she loved this night that celebrates music.”
Bittersweet, memories. That is all, I’m taking with me. So goodbye. I’ll miss you forever. Rest In Peace.