Good Night Ms. Jane Pittman

In Book, Communication, Griot, Movies, Music, News, Self Improvement, TV Shows, Video on January 29, 2021 at 5:38 am

Yesterday evening Ms. Cicely Tyson, in her excitement of her new book: “Just as I Am: A Memoir,” crossed over to have a romantic evening with Miles Davis, I am sure. The most memorable role that she portrayed to me, was in the mini-series, “Miss. Jane Pittman.” But even Miss Pittman failed to meet the measure of this woman. 

Let us take a moment and sit with the Legendary Cicely Tyson in her last interview that aired just 3-days ago:

Mourn not for Ms. Tyson, she lived a full life of love and adventure. She crossed over as a strong black woman; the magnification of her worth un-censured.  

I’m going to miss her and all that she encompassed about her. I will press on, from dusk to dawn and thank God for every hour. As much as she endured in her lifespan, she portrayed to us no sour.” 

She was born 12-years after my maternal grandmother; Tyson was born in 1924. She only married once, and did not marry anymore. In the video she speaks of her daughter, Joan; fans had not known before.

Who knew the legendary woman reaped a “mini-me score?” Ms. Tyson’s life force, I do adore. She was one-of-kind, there will be no more. 

I mean, really? Who keeps a secret for a lifetime? Behold Cicely Tyson, a graceful bison; today we celebrate her life shine.

I can’t even feel down, because she left us on such a high note,

I’m Qui

I love the legacy of Ms. Cicely and have already ordered the Memoire that she wrote.

STAY TUNED for the review that’s COMING SOON.

December 19, 1924 – January 28, 2021

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