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  • Michaele Evanston Illinois #2058037 » Posted in: My online family

    Thank you

  • Denise McCallaCreary San Jose, CA #2058035 » Posted in: My online family

    Hey Tyler, Your quilt story was indeed "long". But... I do know someone who I think will be blessed by it. I will pass it on. Thanks for writing it. :)

  • Tammie Auburn, AL #2058033 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Tyler, Thank you so much for the quilt message. It was right on time for a situation in my life. Thanks for using the quilt as an example. My great, great aunt used to make them when I was a child. I wish I had kept one too. Anyway. I'm finally realizing my worth & had started a several months ago not allowing someone to keep hurting me, etc. Today, I was Feeling down It's hard, but so far ive walked away & I've been standing up for myself, but I haven't gotten the respect or my worth appreciated yet, but I won't give up. Your message reminded me abou my worth. Thank you for sharing words of inspiration often. You are gifted. May God continue to bless you abundantly.

  • when I xoxoxoxoxox, and hugs an kisses all night:-)!! #2058032 » Posted in: My online family

    move in to my apt., will you come and let me cook for you, at least try to cook,LOL, ( I can boil water, sometimes:-)!! and try out some of my cook books!!! Good night my love, I going to work on my paper........

  • abigail st.louis mo 63214 #2058031 » Posted in: My online family

    Hi Tyler I would like for you to contact me please by phone this is very important thank you.

  • a little &*&&&&)((((((*********** #2058030 » Posted in: My online family

    snow( 1 inch) by Monday morning, see, I told, when it thunders and lighting in the winter, a sing of bad weather: but 1 inch is not bad!!! i read something awful: Trevor Noah of The Week, referenced Boko Haram to Tyler Perry ( i.e huge numbers without recognition), how sick is that to reference anyone with a monster. And where is Tyler tonight??? Is he out partying with everybody else???? or some where hidden from .................. well, good night..........

    • I googled the comparison but I didn't get it... #2058036

      Then and then I removed the man and thought about the statement "huge numbers without recognition" For that statement I yet agreed.. Whether that stated You have helped a large number of people with little recognition.. Accept the message and let it go.. Thank You!! for recognizing.. :-)

  • Patricia Walston Georgia #2058029 » Posted in: My online family

    I read with a lot of interest your article about your grandmother's quilt. It touched my heart for many reasons. One because I remember my mother and grandmother's making quilts from left over pieces of cloth or clothing. We used to lie on the bed and point out the various patches and recall what dress or shirt the original material had been a part of and secondly because I have two books that will be on the market in a few months which tells this same story as you have about how those who came before us lived and how we rest out their laurels and are what we are today because of who they were yesterday. My books will be published by WestBow Publishing Company - a Christian publisher. This story was originally written as a series online in my weekly column and was met with such response that I have now turned those increments into two full books. They will make a great TV series and movie. It is time we had family entertainment back and not just for entertainment but also for the values that it teaches; and the history of those who came before us; in hopes it will help others to be the same example in this generation to those who will come behind them. They say write about what you know about and I knew about what my grandparents and even my great-grandparents endured generation by generation that prepared the way for my children and grandchildren. I am 73 years old and I know of that which which I write about - chickens, eggs, hawgs, outhouses, sticking newspaper to fill in cracks in the outhouse and even in God's house. My books will be not only read by people... but will be re-read over and over again. Just wanted to tell you how much your "quilt" story meant to me. I hope you will have the opportunity to read my books...I think you would appreciate them. I plan to write about your story tomorrow in my column... I will give my readers the link to your website. I think many more people should know how you equated the quilt to life.

  • vic hawaii #2058028 » Posted in: My online family

    Thank you, thank you so much...for your lovely quilt message.. I GET IT..by the way I use to work at TG&Y lol

  • Valerie Gale Thomas Indianapolis, Indiana #2058027 » Posted in: My online family

    Mr. Perry, I hope when you read this email that it finds you in good spirits as for me, like you, I am truly blessed. My question to you is how could one audition for roles on one of your productions? Especially as a voice over on your up and coming cartoon. I am such a fan who is inspired to do Christian films in JESUS name...I would consider myself an amateur actress who has done stage performances and once auditioned to play a possessed women healed by JESUS and received the part. It was great...In Solidarity... Valerie

  • Felicia Ohio #2058026 » Posted in: My online family

    Mr. Perry, Thank you. You've bought me joy in times of storms. When my life was off track some form of your work gave me hope. On December 22-26 I was in rehab after having a total knee replacement. The dates are foggy due to pain meds every four hours. I dedicated my life to Christ. God is so awesome. Like your post about your grandmother's quilt. Stay with me lol I'm going somewhere with this. Reading your story and not knowing the value of what you had. Touched me and here we are.I didn't know my own value or worth til with tears streaming down my face I totally surrendered to my God who was there all the time His Arms strecthed wide to welcome me home. I am so rich beyond measure. Material gain don't hold a candle to my wealth. I thank God for you. I thank you for allowing God to work through you. I know what God has for me is for me. Monetary material things I may never have. Having My Savior is priceless. I pray God continues to do for you what He does for all who believe and love Him.

  • Candace US #2058024 » Posted in: My online family

    Good Evening Mr. Perry, [Smiling]. I simply want to let you know that I really enjoyed the message you posted to your wall on Facebook about the quilt. Let me tell you that I listened to that passage through my text-to-speech, and I was able to visualize everything you were talking about in my mind. I just sat and listened to you speak to me, like you were sitting in a gliding rocking chair in front of me. And I listened, carefully listened, to what you had to say. I sighed when you said that you lost the quilt. I shook my head when I heard of its value. And I waited after you said, "I Love You, Tyler" to hear more about your family history. You are a good writer, Mr. Perry, and I would really like to hear more of your work. I have a true appreciation for Madea, don't get me wrong, but it would be nice to hear more from you; I would like to be enchanted again by your wisdom and revelation...by your eloquence and experiences. So, I look forward to your next book. [Wink] Have a lovely evening. And I love you too…Candace.

  • Mary Greenville,S.C.29601 #2058021 » Posted in: My online family

    To Tyler, I have admired your work. U have made my day. Something's u share gives me strength from day to day. Your words will never loose, never loose it's power. I am happy to have the privilege to talk to you, in my heart maybe one day I'll meet you live. Thanks for being my friend. Truly Mary J and nay God continue to bless u, u have blessed me in more ways than u ever know. My dream still is possible.

    • johnnie washington san antonio, texas 78210 #2058039

      Bro Tyler it is very important that you call me. Asap