My grandson Wesley was a resident at Renaissance House, drug rehabilitation center, in Newark New Jersey. He was there for a few weeks during the time Whitney Houston died. Whitney Houston’s funeral was held at New Hope Baptist Church in the next block or around the corner from Renaissance House; Wesley saw one or more famous people, I cannot remember who, walk by. The year before, for a month or so Wesley was a resident at New Hope Drug Rehabilitation in Secaucus, New Jersey.
The Mormon Church of Satan Marriott Renaissance hotel is at Newark Airport.
Whenever Wesley telephones me, the word Tennessee, the state, appears next to his cell phone number on my cell phone, although for what reason, I do not know and I am right now so emotionally distraught I cannot remember what company has its headquarters in Tennessee or what organization or what I read recently about Tennessee, and though I have the newspaper front page pictures I cannot post the pictures I took in Stop&Shop and in the lobby downstairs here at Brooklyn YWCA because Mormon computer gremlins are illegally preventing me from accessing Google Photos. The emotional/psychological pain is almost unbearable, and I am not talking about the easy button laser beam shocks to my head. If I did not know with all certainty what the final outcome will be, this suffering would be too much for me to bear.
Tennessee number, Wesley’s phone number
Tennessee squirts out the remaining heroine from a used needle before he hands it off to One Voice Recovery Inc. during their outreach in Salt Lake City to pick up used needles and exchanging them for new ones on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017. One Voice Recovery is a nonprofit needle exchange organization that works in conjunction with the Salt Lake County Health Department to provide care for homeless and in need Utah residents. Adam Fondren, Deseret News
(He overcame drug addiction. Now he works to save the lives of other addicts on the street, Mormon Church of Satan Deseret News, January 1, 2017,
When I went to my picture gallery to post a picture of my cell phone, I remembered which organization’s headquarters is in Tennessee: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital: