Bernadette, I enjoyed meeting you last night as well as the stroll through your website.
What a lovely story. What a beautiful heart you have :)
Take care, I hope to see you again soon!
Patti Ashe said:January 8, 2011 6:57 pm PST
Hey beautiful spirit. I am grateful for Delta airlines seating us together. It is my honor to have met you that christmas day. Always....in love and light.
Marilyn Grundman said:December 12, 2010 8:49 pm PST
Bernadette, I have always seen a sparkle in your eye from the first time we met so many years ago. A smile has come to my face each time I have thought of you. Your spirit flowed with love back then; I saw and felt it. I "found" you on Facebook through a friend's page, and I friended you. BUT, I just saw that you have this website and have been watching it with tears streaming down my face. Timing is everything and this was my time to learn where you've been and what you've been doing. To say I have been blessed is an understatement. I am so thankful that our God saved you that day and you are now living out your purpose for Him. Lady, I saw it in you all those years ago whether you knew it was there or not. You are precious beyond words to many and I am truly blessed to know you. Much love as you continue on with your journey. Mar.
D Lee said:November 19, 2010 11:46 pm PST
Your webmaster instructed me to leave a request on your guestbook page to forward her email address (we met through a blog forum and she was reluctant to post it in her comments). If you feel uncomfortable sharing that information, you can share my email address with her.
During the 70's I was a member of a small orchestra that accompanied a number of oldies acts on the reunion show circuit. One of the groups I worked with was the Platters (not all of the original members). Sonny Turner had left the group by that time, but I encountered him in Las Vegas, I believe during the 1990's. I was introduced through a mutual acquaintance, a dancer who was part of the Grand Ole Opry venue.
I'm certain he will not remember me, but while speaking with your webmaster (a very delightful lady), I mentioned Sonny and she gave me your name as a contact.
Would it be possible to interview Sonny in the near future for an extended article I'm writing on musical artists of the late fifties and early sixties. The interview could be conducted at his leisure and using any venue he chose (telephone, email, snail mail, etc.)
Paul Endzell said:November 9, 2010 2:02 pm PST
What a flash back. Saw your site, do you remember Don Smith, and Lynda (Don and Lynda) Al Faunce, Well I was there back in those days. It was great to her your voice again.
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