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Stood in my room all weekend Had to call Mrs Espinoza. I’m tired of all the disrespect and false scene of friendship..


Up and Adam here at Johnson house. On deck last night was Millisa and she has been great.. She has nice to me even though she has been told not to be.  On deck for this morning is Sargent Megan… I refer to Megasn as a Sargent because of the way she acts towards the clients here at Johnson house. She when angry puts here hands backward on here hips and attacks aggressively with her loud voice. Very intimidating. I right away put a stop to her actions towards me. Also on deck is Mrs Valdez. She is nice and professional. I just hope she remains fair and objective, but most of all does not take sides.

Oh no as I write this Glenn came out of his room went straight over to Johnny Rodriguez and threatened him.. Telling him if he was to try and grab any of the girls he would slap him silly.Johnny was not doing anything but sitting there minding his own business. Mrs. Valdez told Glenn tobehave,but did nothing to prevent Glenn from doing it again.

Got to admiut what ever Mrs Megan is making for breakfast sure smells good. Today after she serves me I’m gonna see if she responds to my thank you for breakfast with a dirty look.😯 stay tuned more to come

Mrs Valdez turned her back then Glenn called Johnny A motherfucker. I just got back from visiting Mr. Pacheco. He showed me around his nice beautiful home. I now see that Falisha just showed up. I am sitting here right next to David J. He’s so cool calm and quite. I feel at ease writing my blog.

I went to my YouTube channel and seen that Steele Johnson left me a message. Steele Johnson is 23  year old swimmer from Indiana, who is gonna compete in the Olympics. Yesterday he appeared on the Today show .



Well yesterday I got the police called on me and all they did was tell me to ignore Glenn and Ramona.George is in the kitchen saying the dishes. I could not sleep because I’m worried about whee I’m gonna stay in the near future. Robert Elkins just walked in and David Jauchen just sat down to talk to me. He has told me of the bad treatment that Ramona has also felt towards him. Mr Aaron Medina just walled in and let Ramona borrow the vacuum. Like I mentioned the other day I have never seen Ramona act the way she has for the last couple of days. Yesterday when I walked into the kitchen she told Mrs. Valdez that she needed to go to her room because I made her nauseous. The police just told me to ignore them and report each incident to the staff.I just don’t feel its nice to call anybody filfthy names and get away with it.😀 stay tuned more to come

Know find myself lookin for another place to live.


It’s a beautiful  day. I’ve been here at Johnson house since November and I have never seen Ramona act the way she has been the last couple of days. Yesterday Ernie Maes decided to start calling me dirty names, so I told George and he put a stop to it. Also Glenn has decided to continue acting like a little kid. Charles is trying to get Johnny ready for court and getting breakfast ready.Stay tuned more to come…

I just got up to check to see what was for lunch.when I turned around to go back to my room Glenn shouted at me saying that I was out of here. Mrs Valdez right away got involved and instead of of defusing the situation made it worse.Glenn has been going around telling everyone. Of my sex offender status. So that everyone turns against me.Paul the owner just walked in now and I fear for my future once again. After lunch even Falisha has tried to get rid of me. I now know she is probably behind this…I really want to call the police, but am afraid.

After lunch I went and borrowed the house phone so I can arrange for my transportation’s. I just guess I need to go somewhere else.

Please god if your there hear me, I need you to carry me again.




This morning I got up at 7 and chatted with George till 8:30 am when breakfast was  served. CHARLES made scrambled eggs and bacon. I did not care for the eggs too much … Michel gave me her bacon too. She did not eat her eggs either. Ernie just sat down. This morn he walked in and asked me the time then turned around and said no sir. So I responded why did you ask then if your not gonna believe me…. He got up and walked away… Stay tuned for more Charles is over there getting into the appointments now even though I think he was hired to clean in which he is not doing, but instead trying to get out of…….Stay tuned



Got up at 7:00 am because of heart burn. I took a shower then came into the kitchen to find Megan and Mike setting up I asked Mike for something for heart burn but as usual he stuck to his guns and only gives me what’s on my list of Meds. As for Megan I’m gonna follow her around today to see and keep track on how she spends her day at JohnsOn House. Right now she’s making toast.
Now it’s 8:00am I’m sitting next to Ernie Maes the house pent ( lol ). When staff asks him to do something he jumps at the offer. We are Gina welcome back Carter. Aaron Medina just went by but he didn’t tell me good morning. Now it’s time for Gilligan’s Island. It’s 9:37 and Megan’s still walking around like she’s doing something but not really doing anything. I’m sitting on the couch with Mike watching Mike and Molly.



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Rise and shine world its another day at Johnsan House. I’ve been up since 3:00 am and  finishedvthecMerlin series. It was sad when King Arther. I decided to come and watch Charles take his nasty time making breakfast, he’s the gay guy who threatened to poison me. He has very long hair and nearer wears a Hair net. Very rude and arrogant ashore.He even wears those girly blouses like all the girls wear.
Today it seems we are having eggs and bacon.
When I got up this morning I stepped in a pile of shot in front of the TV. It was nasty. More to come star tuned
Well it’s 11:00 am and I got up to see what’s going on at Johnson House. I’m sitting in the living room and looking into the kitchen. Justin aka Roxey with red hair standing next to Mike G. CHARLES IS already starting lunch ,but has not cleaned the bathroom yet. He or Megan have not cleaned it in the last week. Ron’s room is also getting skipped. Mitchell is over there now to expressing herself.For the record I did ask Charles to help me with my room. I think the boys Alan and Paul should have a check list that should be signed by the staff as they complete there duties instead of sitting around smoking cigarette and surfing Facebook. More to come….


It was a rather normal  day. I got up to eat breakfast only realizing I had to wait 2 more hours to get it. RAMONA was up to her dastardly deeds as usual, especially when she sucked up to Daryl, effectively pulling the wool over his eyes., as to her true self I went to the Salvation Army and got me a few snacks. On the way back I found very difficult to breath. MY WIEGHT IS STARTING TO GET THE BEST OF ME…What am I to do? I got up to take a shower then went to visit Tom, but he would not answer. So I then can downstairs to watch TV only to find the cable box missing, no doubt they will blame me for it.
It’s midnight and the phone is ringing, but nobody wants to answer it. Now there are several people up, knocking on the staff’s door, I think George is on duty. He or someone went to Jenny’s door and indirection he answered. I’m getting tired. I’m gonna go back to my room.


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CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) — Prince, one of the most inventive and influential musicians of modern times with hits including “Little Red Corvette,” ”Let’s Go Crazy” and “When Doves Cry,” was found dead at his home on Thursday in suburban Minneapolis. He was 57.

His publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, told The Associated Press that the superstar “died at his home this morning at Paisley Park.” The local sheriff said deputies found Prince unresponsive in an elevator late Thursday morning after being summoned to his home, but that first-responders couldn’t revive him.

No details about what may have caused his death have been released. Prince postponed a concert in Atlanta on April 7, after coming down with the flu, and he apologized to fans during a makeup concert last week.

President Barack Obama released a statement Thursday saying he and his wife “joined millions of fans from around the world” in mourning Prince’s sudden death.

“Few artists have influenced the sound and trajectory of popular music more distinctly, or touched quite so many people with their talent,” said Obama, for whom Prince was a White House guest last year. “‘A strong spirit transcends rules,’ Prince once said — and nobody’s spirit was stronger, bolder, or more creative.”

The dazzlingly talented and charismatic singer, songwriter, arranger and instrumentalist drew upon musicians ranging from James Brown to Jimi Hendrix to the Beatles, creating a widely imitated blend of rock, funk and soul.

The Minneapolis native broke through in the late 1970s with the hits “Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?” and “I Wanna Be Your Lover,” and soared over the following decade with such albums as “1999” and “Purple Rain.” The title song from “1999” includes one of the most quoted refrains of popular culture: “Tonight I’m gonna party like it’s 1999.”

Prince performs in Chicago in 1984 FILE – In this Feb. 4, 2007 file photo, Prince performs during the halftime show at Super Bowl XLI in Miami. In recent weeks Prince has hosted late-night jam sessions where he has serenaded Madonna and celebrated the Minnesota Lynx’s WNBA championship. Hundreds of fans descended on suburban Paisley Park Studios on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015 paying $10 each to hear Prince and his band raise the roof until 3 a.m. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta, File) Prince in Purple Rain Prince performing on stage – Purple Rain Tour in 1984 FILE – In this June 1, 2007 file photo, Prince performs with Sheila E. during the 2007 National Council of La Raza ALMA Awards in Pasadena, Calif. Days before the release of Sheila E.’s autobiography, “The Beat of My Own Dream,” on Sept. 2, 2014, news spread that she had been engaged to Prince. Sheila E. said dating Prince and Santana made her realize she had a thing for guys with guitars. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, file)
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Born Prince Rogers Nelson, he stood just 5 feet, 2 inches — yet made a powerful visual impact at the dawn of MTV, from his wispy moustache and tall pompadour to his colorful and suggestive outfits.

He was equally powerful musically, summoning original and compelling sounds at will, whether playing guitar in a flamboyant style that drew on Jimi Hendrix, switching his vocals from a nasally scream to an erotic falsetto, or turning out album after album of stunningly original material. Among his other notable releases: “Sign O’ the Times,” ”Graffiti Bridge” and “The Black Album.”

He was also fiercely protective of his independence, battling his record company over control of his material — and even his name, for a time insisting that he be called “TAFKAP,” or The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, and identified with a key-like symbol. Prince once wrote “slave” on his face in protest of not owning his work and famously fought and then departed his label, Warner Bros., before returning a few years ago.

“What’s happening now is the position that I’ve always wanted to be in,” Prince told the AP in 2014. “I was just trying to get here.”

In 2004, Prince was inducted into the Rock and Roll of Fame, which hailed him as a musical and social trailblazer.

“He rewrote the rulebook, forging a synthesis of black funk and white rock that served as a blueprint for cutting-edge music in the Eighties,” reads the Hall’s dedication. “Prince made dance music that rocked and rock music that had a bristling, funky backbone. From the beginning, Prince and his music were androgynous, sly, sexy and provocative.”

Music was in his blood. Prince’s father played in a jazz band in Minneapolis, under the name “Prince Rogers,” and his mother was the singer. The precocious young Prince taught himself to play the piano at age 7, the guitar at 13 and the drums at 14. In 1978, the year he turned 20, Prince debuted with the album “For You.” It was a declaration, if nothing else, that he could do anything: He wrote and sang the material, and served as his own one-man band on guitar, bass, drums, synthesizers, chimes and assorted other instruments.

Rarely lacking in confidence, Prince effortlessly absorbed the music of others and made it sound like Prince, whether the James Brown guitar riff on “Kiss” or the Beatle-esque, psychedelic pop of “Raspberry Beret.” He also proved a source of hits for others, from Sinead O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” to Cyndi Lauper’s “When You Were Mine” to “Manic Monday” for the Bangles.

Prince had been touring and recording right up until his death, releasing four albums in the last 18 months, including two on the Tidal streaming service last year. He performed in Atlanta last week as part of his “Piano and a Microphone” tour, a stripped-down show that has featured a mix of his hits like “Purple Rain” or “Little Red Corvette,” and some B-sides from his extensive library.

Prince debuted the intimate format at his Paisley Park studios in January, treating fans to a performance that was personal and both playful and emotional at times.

The musician had seemed to be shedding his reclusive reputation. He hosted several late-night jam sessions where he serenaded Madonna, celebrated the Minnesota Lynx’s WNBA championship and showcased his latest protege, singer Judith Hill.

Ever surprising, he announced on stage in New York City last month that he was writing his memoir. “The Beautiful Ones” was expected to be released in the fall of 2017 by publishing house Spiegel & Grau.

The publishing house has not yet commented on status of the book, but a press release about the memoir said: “Prince will take readers on an unconventional and poetic journey through his life and creative work.” It says the book will include stories about Prince’s music and “the family that shaped him and the people, places, and ideas that fired his creative imagination.”

A small group of fans quickly gathered in the rain Thursday outside Paisley Park, his home and music studio, where Prince’s gold records are on the walls and the purple motorcycle he rode in his 1984 breakout movie, “Purple Rain,” is on display. The sprawling white, stone building is surrounded by a fence in Chanhassen, about 20 miles southwest of Minneapolis.

Steven Scott, 32, of Eden Prairie, said he was at Paisley Park last Saturday for Prince’s dance party. He called Prince “a beautiful person” whose message was that people should love one another.

“He brought people together for the right reasons,” Scott said.


Moody and Italie reported from New York. Associated Press writers Dave Bauder in New York, Paul Newberry in Atlanta, and Steve Karnowski in Chanhassen also contributed to this report.

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Winner of multiple Grammy Awards, a virtuoso instrumentalist and global music icon, Prince passed away on April 21 at his Paisley Park compound in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.