As you and Nathan know, I adopted you both some years ago as my aunt and uncle, since all of my elders have transitioned to ancestor hood, leaving me as the one of the two oldest among my many cousins, my brother Ollie is one year older than I am. It is with the the deepest love that I sing this song to you, wishing you well for a job well done. Looking at you yesterday as you reposed in your sick bed, hugging you and kissing your sweet lips was one of the most joyful moments in my life. I was so happy you recognized me. As I told you, I had mentioned your name the night before on KPOO radio during my interview with our revolutionary comrade Terry Collins. One of my students read my Parable of the Bitter Bitch which opens with a reference to your book The Sexual and Political Anorexia of the Black Woman. Thank you, Julia, for all the work you and Nathan did for the North American African Nation. Thank you for teaching us how to love as you have demonstrated with your 57 years of marriage. Thank you for that wonderful performance you did on Tavis Smiley's Forum on the State of Black America. Thank you for those piano concerts you gave me at your house and thanks for being the loving wife of Dr. Nathan Hare. As a London newspaper said, you are the female Malcolm X. Just know that I love you madly and will see you next week as promised.