Sunday, June 28, 2009

Michael Jackson, Farrah Fawcett-deceased 6/25/09

I had a elaborate post including the video of Thriller, I wanted it to be among my daily rambles, I had downloaded it once before when I had dial-up, it took all day, no kidding. It took only minutes with Road Runner, except, it won't load to blogger. Either way, Madame and myself have wanted to learn the dance for 2 years, ever since the 25 year anniversary of the video became to big thing on the news programs, Madame has the written steps and maybe someday.....we will highlight our talents! So at least I can link it, see Thriller here. The world is saddened by the passing of a great music icon, he changed dance, and pop rock. He made millions in music sales and music sales made millions on him, he was Michael Jackson.



The innocent looking 10 year old who sung "ABC...easy as 1,2,3" with his 4 older brothers, is no longer and he will be sadly missed. Michael had 3 children.



I want to add that early reports have the probable cause of death as a massive coronary at 50, pending toxicology.



I also want to say something about America's most famous "Charlie's Angels", Farrah Fawcett. In the seventies, she was truly what every girl wanted to be and every boy wanted! Her passing came the same day as Michael Jackson and although not unexpected, sad, she was so young, only 62. Farrah died from a rare form of cancer she had courageously fought for 3 years, she leaves a son she had with Ryan O'Neil. She is an Angel now.




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5 comments:

Lola said...

They & their talent will be missed for ages.
Hope you & Madame learn the dance. Looks like fun.

tina said...

A very nice tribute. I always remember these two as we were living in Perryman and used to go to Coffin's Pond. Remember? Waiting for the bus and Michael's song would play. Farrah, of course we all had to have her hair and she has been fun to follow all these years.

Debbie said...

What a kind and loving tribute to them both Dawn. Leave it to you to do it elegantly...with no media hype and all that junk surrounding their deaths...thanks for that. Hey...I have a little sumpin for ya at my blog...go get it when you can!

Jean said...

Good luck on learning the dance.

Skeeter said...

Cant wait to see you and Madame dancing together.

Ah, the Farrah hair. We knew it well...

And now poor Billy Mayes is gone as well. I loved his commercials as he captured my attention with his voice...