I'm glad Sting didn't have a chance to talk to my dad before he died. He would have really poisoned my deal. Sting announced today that he wouldn't be leaving his $300 million to his six children, but intended to spend it instead; he said he expected them to make their own way in the world. He didn't want his children to have the albatross of trust funds around their necks. I understand but wonder.
A few years ago, Remie had a very traumatic experience and he hasn’t been able to get over it. I hoping my readers can give me some insight on how to help him.
Rewind two years:
We were visiting my parents in North Carolina. My parents have a lovely house that backs right up to the golf course. One evening we all were on the golf course chatting with some of my parent’s neighbors when Remie (then 3 1/2 yrs old) needed to go in the house to use the bathroom. I waddled my pregnant belly behind him but he was able to walk much faster then I was....more
We've become accustomed to celebrity charitable endorsements, but let me transport you back to a simpler time long ago, exactly 25-years ago in the magical, shiny 1980s, when it was rare to see contemporary famous icons stepping forward to align themselves with a cause. What's more, a group of disparate performers uniting to create an original song to raise awareness and funds for a new charity? It had never been done until Bob Geldof, Midge Ure and a star-studded entourage formed the ad hoc Band Aid and released "Do They Know It's Christmas" in 1984. ...more
I'm in love with this artist! I recently discovered his music (even though he already has two albums out) and found out the Amazon is giving away on of his singles before his album is released. If you're a fan of John Legend, Stevie Wonder, Musiq, etc, then give Corneille a listen. You'll love as much as I do!