nice story about Michael in Ireland

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Offline mumof3

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nice story about Michael in Ireland

  • on: April 18, 2010, 05:05:50 AM
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Re: nice story about Michael in Ireland

  • on: April 18, 2010, 10:15:31 PM
thank you so much for posting. I really love these stories about Michael. Making his own porridge, going for walks, singing....sounds like he was happy and relaxed and enjoying his family. I wish he could have stayed like that forever....such a long way from the horrible place he was in during his last few months. I wish he had never come back from Ireland.
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Re: nice story about Michael in Ireland

  • on: April 18, 2010, 10:51:41 PM
it's weird to me that Michael said he never met anyone, not wishing to make a picture...but when I met a famous soccer player that came to my house everybody asked me if I got a picture. Is it a kind of proof like "I SAW it"  I have no picture, and no signature, and did not ask. I don't need a picture, I know i met this guy :roll:

Anyway, I really feel it was good time for Michael. A taste of what "normal life" could be when nobody's running after "Michael Jackson".
This porridge story is just funny. I can just imagine Michael sleeping in my house, and when I get downstairs, just find him in pyjama, in the kitchen, get the breakfast ready  :mrgreen:  "did you have sweet dreams ? did you got up early ? hey what are you cooking ? Let me smell that...hum great, I'll have the table ready and we'll have breakfast all together"

Ok, just "dreaming", but sometimes I just allow myself a little dream  :lol:
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Re: nice story about Michael in Ireland

  • on: April 19, 2010, 01:21:20 AM
Thanx for Posting. I enjoyed the story. No sign of drug usage? Seems it was only in the US he was drugged up, huh? Wonder why no sign of this in Bahrain & Ireland? (Guess the *exploiters* only had access when he was on home turf?)
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Re: nice story about Michael in Ireland

  • on: April 19, 2010, 01:44:40 AM
I'm glad that sometimes his life was relatively normal.  Does my heart good to think of him enjoying the simple pleasures of life. Thankyou for posting this.
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Re: nice story about Michael in Ireland

  • on: April 19, 2010, 02:08:51 AM
It's interesting he didn't even need body guards. What a special rejuvenating time this must have been for him, the beauty of the countryside, the privacy, the history and lore of Ireland, his growing laughing children with two new playmates, a good friend to enjoy casual friendship with (I would have loved to sing with MJ, drive around with, well do anything with him). All these things would have surely helped to get the weight of the trial off his mind, at least during the day, but the night..... well 2 mothers were praying for him, his strong faith in God, who MJ said he often talked with. Perhaps out of that place he was planning and birthing all this.... what we're in now!!! (Although I do think a vague idea of faking his death has been a seed for perhaps decades.) I sure enjoyed this find! Thanks.
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