Well, 1 January 2018 here in Las Vegas (2 January 2018 in London), is my last day, and this is going to be my last blog before I take a long break. I apologise for my delay in submitting this blog. I was not able to write some blogs that I am supposed to share with you as my audience and followers. I was supposed to write some topics on my blog about Simon Le Bon’s wonderful parents, his ’80s fashion v. Madonna’s ’80s fashion, his ’80s hot and sexy hair, and how I started having a BIG ’80s crush on him. Unfortunately, I had to do a number of things this 2018. I have to focus on trade show/convention/conference work, taking small online classes on voiceover and creative writing, and hopefully, I will be able to start getting booked for TV and film work and small modelling work since hair shows in Las Vegas start early this year. It’s been rough and horrible for me during the second half of 2017 when it comes to modelling and acting in Las Vegas. I am also focusing on my boyfriend’s return to Las Vegas this February, so I am looking forward to that as well.
Taking a break from my blog site and social media will benefit me. As I’ve mentioned on one of my blogs before, creating my posts dedicated to our beloved Duran Duran frontman, Simon Le Bon has been fun and learning experience for me, and we as fans show how much we truly love and support him for his talents, creativity, beauty (during the 1980s), funny humour, humanitarian work, and overall self (for who he is now). However, I’ve been going through some hard challenges (including when every time I see online some things and some people in SLB’s personal life that I don’t like and I don’t feel comfortable with, which make me feel hurt and angry emotionally) which put myself into too much pain and depression. This is getting too much for me. This is my own personal feeling & opinion. As I said before, he chooses whoever he invites into his life, and he has the right to choose how he lives his own life. There is nothing really I can do about him, but I have to do my very best to provide him with the respect that he deserves.
Last June 2017, I remember the day I heard that Simon Le Bon’s mother, Ann, passed away. I am sure that must have been very difficult for him. I lost my mother in the mid-’90s when I was in on my second half of my freshman year in high school. It hadn’t been very easy for me growing up without my mother. But I had to accept it and had to do my very best to stay strong without my mom. When I found out about SLB’s mum’s passing, I was shocked! How did I learn about this? One of my followers on Twitter sent me a direct message, and I immediately went to Duran Duran’s Tweet regarding the sad news. I also read the sad news from Duran Duran’s website. So I started praying for SLB and his mum. While I was praying, I was in tears.
I hope that everything will be alright for SLB. I don’t know whether or not he believes in God, but I always keep him in my prayers. I think there will be great things that will happen to him, but I don’t know exactly what those great things are. Maybe I will return to my blog site and social media to get ready for SLB’s 60th birthday, 27 October 2018. But, I am not so sure yet. I just would like to wish you all Duranies, Simon Le Bon Fans, and our one and only legendary Duran Duran frontman, Simon Le Bon a HAPPY NEW YEAR AND HAPPY 2018.💙