...then you probably don't have one.Paris Jackson, age 11, reminds us that sometimes even a legend is just "Daddy".
Mrs. Jelly Belly
Seriously, this killed me. I was watching it at work on the sly and I couldn't hold back the tears. So sad.
I saw this live and yes it did rip my heart out! Just a little girl who loved her Daddy!
Oh man, tears and more tears. Poor thing. Just breaks my heart.~Shaye
I was just listening to this at work today (didn't have video) and even just hearing it made me cry. Poor little thing. And if you look close at the end of that, you can see the two boys, too.
I saw it on the news and I was crying my eyes out :-(
Oh my, I was watching the service and got a little teary eyed throughout. But I lost it in the end when Paris was on and all of the sudden you realized that as much as Michael was to so many, he was really "just a dad" to his kids. And one that they obviously loved dearly. Broke my heart.
I caught the last half of the memorial, and spent a large part of that time wiping away tears. When she spoke, let's just say I was glad I was home alone.
This made it truly real for me. It was such a touching moment.
She is a beautiful little girl who lost her dad. A much-needed reminder that he was a real person who was loved and will be missed.
I had not seen it. Heartbreaking...
Definitely heart ripping. Whatever else MJ may have been or done, all that matters to her is her dad is gone.
entirely.I didnt love the spectacle it all became but so adored that she was able to share with the world that to her he was simply dad.
Gives a little perspective to the whole thing.
It was heart wrenching to watch. I had forgotten that in spite of everything else, he was a daddy. And realized how much those three little kids had lost.
Saw this yesterday and it broke my heart. Bless her heart.
I got a little misty...
Bless her heart. When this happened, the kids were the first thing I thought about. Poor little ones.
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