JEANNIE AROMEA BLOG
Blogger. Writer. Author. Musician. Motivator. Artist. Talent
Blogger. Writer. Author. Musician. Motivator. Artist. Talent
Papa is in 7th heaven with his brother. They're watching over us. We are all back together once again as a happy family.
I was known as Ninni by Papa. These are my favourite last memories of me and my Father together. We shared some peaceful moments in the library together reading books, and watching youtube movies together. We ate some meals together. And one of the most special ones was going for a lovely walk around the river in Fremantle. He had a sip from my bottle of water. We then sat down and watched the river. He sat on his walker.
He also came over to my house a couple of times and slept over my house. I cooked him dinner. We went for a lovely train ride together and we had lovely conversations, and we were laughing. A guy looked at us and smiled. He noticed our happy energies we were emitting. He gave me his bible and another book like the bible. I really enjoy reading them.
Before that we spent time together at in his room with me and my brother, and we ate something and chatted. I also loved when he'd have a surprise for me. He'd grab something out of hid draw and he'd say, "Look what I have for you!" And he'd have a bag of chocolates and we'd share a few together. He loved chocolates and toffee lollies.
One of my favourite memories of me and him as a child was him bathing me. He was very loving and caring. I was about 3 years old. He also liked to give me these strawberry lollies and give me coke or pepsi. And we'd go on these really long special outings to fantastic places. They were usually outdoors. Likes forests, and mountains and parks. Once he got stung by a stingray at the beach when I was little. He came out of the water and I saw his foot and he told me he got stung.
Another favourite memory was when he was coming to my walks championship in athletics. My best friend at the time met him. She really liked him. She found it funny I called him Papa. Afterwards we all went to his place to have lunch. I also loved to have the sleepovers with me and my sister at his house on the school holidays. We'd go to the city, watch movies and go to the shops together.
I'm very grateful he has helped me out financially. He bought me a car, given me money and lots of love. And has always said, don't spend it, save it. So, I saved my money. I bought a house. I thought of him when I bought it. I wanted to rebuild what was torn down. And he was happy for me when I did.
He's also always advised me for my health to take care of myself and take vitamin and eat the right foods. and to relax.
When I was sick in hospital when I was 12, he was there for me. I remember him by my bed. And he was playing with a bird puppet trying to entertain me. I was laughing. the nurse asked me if he was my Dad or my grandfather. I said Dad. He was already 61 by then.
He came to my graduation for my make up artistry diploma in 2007 to see me graduate. He was there to support me.
And he was very supportive of me getting my drivers license. He gave me confidence to drive. He helped me do my hours. Thank you Papa.
I have so many more memories, but I just love remembering his feeling and expressions, mannerisms and voice mostly and way he loved me so much, unconditional love.
One of my last memories of us together was when I was with him in his room at the old people's home, and I showed him the song I had created. He really loved it. He also loved another song and he was bopping along to it, putting his arm in the air, copying my movements I was doing in the music video.
He was so friendly to everybody. We were at the train station coming from the old people's home, and he saw the male nurse at the other side and greeted him and waved. He was just so excited and passionate about other people's lives.
One special last memory we held was when I gave him a coin I had from overseas and he took out his huge magnifying glass out and was looking at the coin. It felt so magical watching him do it. I would describe him as a natural actor in being state. He would've made an amazing actor, or sales person.
He'd also tell me a lot about his own life about what he's achieved. He has had several different jobs in life. But the first was a farmer and teacher in Poland, then linguist, in France, fruit picker, and electrician in Australia. The best job, Father and friend. He told me he sang in the choir in university. He would always sing out of the blue in different languages. He knew English, Polish, French, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Portugese, Latin and Indonesian, fluently.
I'm now studying again, to succeed in life, and I do things always thinking of him whilst I do them. I do things to make him feel proud. He makes me feel strong and powerful, holy, creative and intelligent and most of all happy.
He always wanted everybody to reunite. That was his wish. He always spoke of it. When we'd go for walks together. And now it's going to happen at his funeral.
I'm really sad that he's gone. And I still think of him everyday and feel his spirit and presence with me. His spirit is so powerful it'll always be in my heart and surrounding me.
I hear his voice all the time so very strong now. I even hear him singing. That's how closely connected we are.
Today was his cremation and I gave him a gift and sang him 3 songs. I said a few prayers for him.
He will rise from the ashes like a pheonix. And become an angelic holy angel of light protecting me as my guardian angel.
He will also become a trinity once again on Earth, as mind, body spirit and I will meet him as my holy one. We will feel each others touch again.
I love you Papa. xxo
Love, Your daughter, Nina
and On the 25th of June at 9am my Dad passed away. I called him Papa. He was almost 83 years old. It was shocking when I found out. I could not process the information. I thought I was dreaming it. And it still feels like a terrible dream that I want to wake up from. I wish he was with me still in body, mind and spirit. But I'd have to wait until he resurrrects like a pheonix. He believed in that.
My Dad's name is John Dalin. He was born in Poland as Jan Dmochowski in 1937.
And he was a very outgoing man. He also emitted a positive energy which attracted people and made people jolly. He was very charismatic and confident and was able to speak to anyone.
I was known as Ninni by him. And I was always seen as his little girl. He even said "I love you most out of all of my children". It was a beautiful thing to say. I could see a tear in his eye. And I felt like crying a bit too.
I always believed that he would live to see 100, even though he had health issues and walked on a walker. I believed he'd heal. He was a very strong man, that's why. Strong willed.
So it's very hard to still imagine that he's passed away.
I still feel his presence and spirit. And so do other people who were close to him. That's how strong and powerful his spirit is. It's very holy. He's even been mistaken for a priest at times. He's a lover of literature and especially of the bible. He would read the bible in many different languages, and he knew how to speak several languages such as English, Polish, Russian, French, Spanish, Portugese, that I know of. He knew some others too.
My family will be holding a funeral for him to commemorate his life and passing. Then we'll perform a ritual together by scattering his ashes in the places he requested or which were his favourite. We'll scatter his remains in Russia, and Poland, when the borders open as well as his nearby favourite places in Perth and WA like Palmyra, Kings Park and he always wanted to be scattered in the sea. Then keep the remainders in a box.
He deserves the best funeral. He's been the most generous man to all of us both financially and spiritually. And he's quite generous to others too with his energy he expels.
I still speak of him as he is still here. But that's normal. His energy does feel like its in the room. He sounds and feels like an angel.
I miss you and love you Papa and I have faith and hope to see you again in heaven. You'll be a young healthy angel when I see you again.
Love your daughter, Nina
Brand new song "Under The Waterfall" released 14.10.19, written and performed by Nina Dalin also known as artist Jeannie Aromea.
The song is spiritual and is about spending time with her holy one. She's receiving holy energies, pure bliss and abundance, a perfect heavenly, life filled with love and riches. So perfect. The song was initially about healing her chakras and filling her lungs and finding her voice and the holy spirit. She discovered a holy angel heavenly presence after being baptised. And was always living in abundance.
The song is an electronic, pop, a spiritual ballad with orchestral sounds. It has been created using garage band.
Nina Dalin is a singer-songwriter and pianist and mostly creates music electronically by writing the song and melody together first and then learning it on the piano. And recording it via garageband. And finally adding effects and other instruments, and beats. She has created her own rythms and beats.
The CD cover below is drawn by Nina Dalin.
Listen to Jeannie Aromea - Under The Waterfall below and support her work by donating to her performing arts, blogging and music projects. Remember to grab yourself her merchandise at her store and subscriber to this blog and her social medias.
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I usually make posts about affirmations and manifestations and making things happen. Now this is about gratitude. Gratitude is the first step to manifesting. Ask, believe and receive. I'm receiving joy and peace, and bliss with my pets & Nature. I'm grateful for my beautiful fur baby cat Squeak Baby. And I'm also grateful for all the other fur babies I've had throughout the years. Here is a very enjoyable collage of my favourite fur babies who I owned, co-owned, and pet sat, and just said hello to. And grateful for my previous homes which were filled with bliss, holiness, water and holy trees, and a loving peaceful air. I'm grateful that I can make that same love and peace for my cat and make him feel wholly in his safe haven.
My pets, home, and nature are my universe. "You're My Universe"
In my next post I will design a special new T-Shirt devoted to my pets.
Check out my single here:
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"Help Me Jean" by Jeannie Aromea is a sultry song about a woman who is laying on her bed and bed talking and singing to a man and asking for his voice, and inspirations and energies. The man's voice comes through her own voice box to make her sound very sexy and sultry. And they become one together, strong seductive and powerful.
The song was written by singer-songwriter Nina Dalin also known as Jeannie Aromea, released June 17 2019. It was initially recorded onto a samsung mobile phone in one sitting. The vocals were edited and mastered on garageband, and loops and beats were added and created in the background. It was a very simple song to create.
Listen to the song on the youtube link below. The song is also available on all music online radios and stores worldwide including Itunes, Applemusic and Amazon. To support this artist, Jeannie Aromea, please donate by pressing the donate button below.
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