On this day - 28th May 2006

Michael visits a Tokyo Children’s home and tells a group of 140 excited children: “I’m very happy to be here. I’m happy to be with you lovely people” and “Aishiteru” meaning “I love you” in Japanese. He is greeted by about 100 fans as he arrives in a black van, wearing sunglasses and a white T-shirt under a black double-breasted suit with a single red armband.

Inside the Seibi Gakuen children’s home, Michael watches a 15 minute performance of traditional music and dance by children in kimonos before speaking briefly on stage. Smiling he later shakes hands and signs autographs for the children as they call out Michael, Michael, and tug at his sleeve.

Teachers at the children’s home say they were surprised when they heard that Michael would be visiting. Kiyoto Mito, the headmistress says, “Everyone couldn’t believe such a big International star was visiting us. The children only believed me after seeing the news yesterday that Michael Jackson was actually in Japan.”


“When I became a father, my whole sense of God and the Sabbath was redefined. When I look into the eyes of my son, Prince, and daughter, Paris, I see miracles and I see beauty. Every single day becomes the Sabbath. Having children allows me to enter this magical and holy world every moment of every day. I see God through my children. I speak to God through my children. I am humbled for the blessings He has given me.” Michael Jackson

Because I love the idea of 0lightsourced’s Murasaki being a mom, I’ve decided to write about how he can be!


“Goodbye Momma Mura!” hollered little Michael as he left for the school bus, backpack on his shoulders and smile on his face. The rest of the children echoed Michael, waving goodbye to the male standing in the doorway, his tail swaying lightly.

“Bye kids! Be safe!” hollered Murasaki, waving back to them. They all said they would, and once they were safe on the bus, the cat boy gave one more wave before heading back inside. “Now… Time to clean up this mess.” Murasaki began to pick up the toys left around the house, putting them back into the toy bin he had in the living room. He followed the trail of havoc to the kitchen, all while humming and smiling.

The remnants of breakfast could be seen in the kitchen, with eggs on the floor and orange juice on the counter. The rest was on Murasaki’s apron, but he had just laughed at the incident. “Mistakes happen! Don’t get upset!” Poor Brianna nearly broke down from guilt. The big hug stopped that meltdown though.

Smiling as he put on the apron that had enough stains to be a Jackson Pollock painting, Murasaki began to do the dishes. “Getting fired from the company was the best thing to happen…” muttered the cat, his eyes wandering to the fridge, covered in artwork from the children. Amongst the finger paintings and crayon sketches, a newspaper ad that Aoi had hung up peeked out. The sight of it made Murasaki smile, going back to his cleaning.

The ad read, “Need a breather from the kids? Someone to watch them while you’re at work? Call and ask about Mama Mura’s Daycare!”

On May 25th 1971 Sergeant Michael Willetts used his body to shield a man, a woman and two children from a bomb thrown by a member of the IRA. Thanks to his bravery, Willetts was the only fatal casualty of the bomb attack. As he was being removed by ambulance, he and a number of injured policemen were jeered by local youths who screamed obscenities at them. He was posthumously awarded the George Cross.

Michael is dying his hair today! :-) *kill bill sirens* *children screaming* *buildings burning* so excited to see how it turns out !

On this day - 18th May 2009 Several artists displaying their work at the Beverly Hills Art Festival this weekend reported that Michael and his children made a visit. He showed interest in several of the paintings.

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Happy Day Today

Fishing Fort Lauderdale on Happy Day Today with Capt. Zsak

John Weisman from Iowa along with his wife, Mary, and two children, Michael and Sierra, chartered the Topshotfishig team to do some deep sea sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Winds were out of the east at 7-10 mph, seas running 3-4 ft., temperature in the mid 80’s.   

As John and his family boarded the boat, Michael asked if he could catch a Shark.  I told him that if the fish gods would let him play with one, he will.  Fifteen minutes after leaving the dock, lines were in 120 ft. of water by the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale, FL, 1.8 miles from shore. 

We started off trolling with two plainers down, one with an orange and purple sea witch in front of a double hooked Bonito strip and the other with a 3 ½ blue reflector drone spoon.  For surface baits we had two Ballyhoos and two Bonito strips.  As we trolled the reefs, ranging from 80 ft. of water out to 160 ft, the family reeled in four Kingfish, three Bonitos and two Tunas. 

It was now time to switch over to Shark fishing.  I went out to 380 ft. of water putting out a surface, bottom and midrange Shark baits, along with one kite with two live Goggle Eyes.  Michael sat there saying, “here fishy fishy, come up Shark”.  A while later a dorsal fin circled one of the kite baits and ate one of the Goggle Eyes.  As line screamed off the reel, Michael hopped into the fighting chair to start his journey on his quest.  Forty-five minutes later, Michael brought the estimated 280 lb Hammerhead Shark to the boat for picture taking, and David, our mate, released the Shark to do battle again. 

With the Shark free and Michael happy with his accomplishment, it was time to head back to the dock; the anglers went into the a/c salon for the ride back to the Bahia Mar Marina at 801 Seabreeze Blvd. Fort Lauderdale 33316.  

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