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Tomorrow at 11:00 AM CT, Jamie, Erik and I are going to be interviewed live on Personal Empowerment with Jean Maurie and Maggiemoon. Click HERE to listen! Should be fun to see what antics Erik will be up to, so hold on to your seats!
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Now, for the final installment of Sonny Bono’s interview! Enjoy!
Me: Do you have any regrets?
Jamie (laughing): He teasingly pulled his jacket back and reached into his pocket, and he goes, “Let me go through a few.”
Me: Oh no! Let’s just go with the biggest one.
Sonny: They’re all small; they’re all small. The biggest one is—I was really bad at saying goodbye. I was really bad at making closures. Because of that lack of understanding of how to do that, I burned some bridges, and I really regret that. I never really wanted to hurt anybody’s feelings.
Me: Okay. That’s a small one. I’m sure they forgive you. You’re a loving man. What was your proudest accomplishment?
Erik (leaning toward Sonny): Learning how to ski?
Me: Uh oh. Oh, Erik! Have a heart, baby!
Jamie (giggling): But Sonny thinks it’s so funny! Erik has the same type of humor, but they’re just bantering like that the whole time. It’s pretty funny.
Sonny (without even breaking a smile, turns to Erik): Well, that was a good day in my life, but it wasn’t the best.
Jamie and I laugh.
Me: Well, Erik, it wasn’t like you were an accomplished skier, Mister Half-Norwegian!
Erik: Stab me in the heart!
We all laugh.
Sonny: If I had to pin it down to a single moment, I’d have to say when I became nominated into office. I knew I would finally have that chance to have my voice heard.
Me: And I bet looking back from your new perspective, you still consider that your biggest accomplishment.
Sonny: I do. It requires votes from the people; it was so touching that I could finally feel what community was really like. That support stayed with me until the end of my days.
Me: God, we need you back! Dude, seriously! Now, what past life affected the last one?
Sonny: Erik and I discussed this at the gathering that we were at, because we thought it was such a profound question because it’s not something that the human would ask another human—let alone does the human have that information to recognize, “Oh, that’s what I did before, and this is what I want to do now.” I was a French female aristocrat in the 1600s. 1620. I was associated with the Royal Palace in Paris—Lady of the Court.
Me: Oh, Lady in Waiting?
Jamie: Lady in Waiting?
Me: Maybe. I don’t know.
Sonny: I was always in the high-end world—the riches. I was always traveling in the best way, the easiest way. As a woman, I wasn’t allowed to have political knowledge or input. It was very removed. I so enjoyed that life, being a rebel, a woman, and sitting and discussing with the men—
Jamie: She seems to be the only woman in the room. I see men in really nice fabric suits. They’re not tuxedos, but really nice fabric suits—blues and creams and gold colors. They’re smoking cigars, and this woman is propped in the middle, it looks like on an ottoman. And she’s listening and engaging with them in political jargon—
Me: So you really mean “court,” not like the court in terms of royalty back then.
Sonny: No, not judicial.
Sonny: In that, I gained so much knowledge about the royal life, where the men are, the men in war, what’s happening, the decisions between countries, that on several occasions, I was asked for my opinion, but always in private. Never was I sexually harassed or abused. I was treated almost as if I had entertainment value, but always with such high regard. I loved that life and wanted to do it again, but in the right way—as a man—and in the right arena, and I wanted to have both of those worlds. (entertainment and politics)
Sonny: I got just that!
Me: That’s awesome. Now, Erik, do you have any questions before we ask him if he has any last words, so to speak?
Erik: No, no. I’m good. We’re going to go play later.
Me: Oh good! Yeah, y’all can go skiing!
Sonny (laughing to Erik): Now you got your mom started!
Me: Well, where do you think he gets it, Sonny?
Me: Teach Sonny how to snowboard because you were pretty good at that.
Jamie: Sonny agrees to it.
Me: All right. From your new perspective, do you have any messages for humanity or for family members like Cher, one of your children, or your family as a whole?
Sonny: Or my wife?
Me: Oh, okay, Sorry.
Me: I didn’t know he had another wife.
Jamie (whispers): Me neither.
Sonny: The thing that I’d like to tell everybody is that every voice counts. Every voice matters. I don’t mean that in a larger political scale as it would sound, but I do mean it as within your family structures, within your friendship structures. And it’s very important to vote. If you want to make the changes, you have to vote. Please teach your children political viewpoints and have them vote.
Sonny: I would like to see a program in all of the public schools where they learn the politics and within the school system, they vote. Then after the 18 and above, they can vote and the school can compare their votes to see if they were equivalent to the masses in the United States. This is the only way we’re going to teach this habit to our children.
Sonny: My family knows I love them; I kiss them every day.
Sonny: Bless my wife. She has stood up and taken care of our kids and she has—
Jamie Erik, come on! Stop!
Jamie: It’s strobing! The computer is totally strobing, and then it’s layered. I wish I could show you.
Me: It looks good from this side, so it’s probably them; they’re energy is probably so high, especially the two of them together.
Sonny: My wife has stood up and is helping the causes I started.
Me: Oh, how wonderful!
Sonny: So, my life is very full, still.
Me: Aw, that’s great.
Sonny: Thank you for the opportunity today. You have a wonderful son.
Me: Aw, thank you, and I’m glad Erik has a wonderful friend.
Sonny (touching his chest): Yes he does.
Sonny reaches over and pats Erik on the shoulder.
Sonny (to Erik): Take care of her.
Jamie: Meaning you.
Sonny: Thank you, Jamie.
Me: Well, thank you, Sonny.
Jamie: It’s weird, all of the spirit guides today have turned away and walked through the wall and just disappeared.
Me: What does that mean?
Jamie; Normally, I just see them disappear.
Me: Oh, so they’re walking Sonny out? Is that what it is?
Jamie: Yeah. He just turned and walks away. It was a dark suit—
Me: So, he still has an entourage!