Terryl's poems and writings range from "Peanut Butter Kisses" to the very dramatic "I Speak For The Children Who Have Gone", inspired by a child we met while on the Victory Tour with The Jackson's and Michael who had a disease called Menkes. He did not have the ability to communicate, but definately sent her this message to tell the world about all those like him, and how they felt.His name was "Little Jimmy Dean", and we asked an old friend "BIG" Jimmy Dean for help in starting a foundation to research Menkes. He flew up and when Gene and I brought him to the Dean's home, he gave Little Jimmy's parents a check for $10,000.00, and never forgot Little Jimmy's birthday until he died at 17.
Terry's Greatest Hits....a sampling of her recordings from then and now..
including her ever popular Hymme La' Amour, There'll Never Be A Next Time,
" Don't Know How To Tell You" "Lover Boy", "Just About Time, and more."
Terry reports from the Seaside Heights NJ Boardwalk on the First day of Fall..she also has a "front row' seat on Broadway in Philly show news.
Hear her report below