I’m not even sure why I accepted the invitation. While I was getting ready in my hotel room, I remember saying a little prayer. I said: ‘Leah, I love you so much, but help me get through tonight without talking about you. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Power Of A Girl With A Book Poster. Just one night.’ I arrived at the event and noticed that I’d be sharing my wall with another artist. His name was Bonic. He was deep in conversation with someone. The first thing I noticed was his voice. It was a very strong voice. And it was so familiar. I introduced myself, and told him: ‘This is going to sound crazy, but your voice sounds just like my friend who passed away.’ And he said: ‘Do you mean Rasual?’ It turns out that he’d known Leah and Rasual for years. He recognized me from their memorial service. That was over a year ago.
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Since then, Bonic and I have done so many collaborations. We’ve been all over the world together. He’s great with my kids. He’s my soul mate. Without question he was the reason I was at that show. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Power Of A Girl With A Book Poster. At the end of that night, I went back to my hotel room, and I wrote an entry in my journal. I wrote the date, and a single line: ‘Leah did you send him to me?’ Joe moved here from Texas almost four years ago. I think he’d been living a pretty idyllic life– nice house, nice family. But shortly after arriving in Spokane, things began to unravel for reasons outside of his control. Our homeless shelter was looking for a new director at the time, and I was part of the hiring team.