MÖTLEY CRÜE's SIXX: 'It's About Time To Head Out On The Road Again'
MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message in his online diary:
"I really wanna thank everybody who has bought stuff from the auction [for Nikki's 'Running Wild in the Night' charity for runaway children]. We're over $60,000 now and on our way to our first $100,000. This is gonna go along way for the kids at Covenant House, but we have a long road ahead of us. My Harley just sold for $21,000 which really gave us a boost. That's amazing… Thank you, thank you, thank you.
"It's been nice to be home but as usual the days have melted away too quickly and it's about time to head out on the road again. I hate leaving the family behind, since i never really had one. They're the most important people in my life and to be away from them is hard, to say the least.
"Donna [Nikki's wife] just wrapped her movie in Santa Fe and I flew out to meet her and drive back together. It was amazing, the time together. We took some great photos along the way. Her website should be done in a few weeks and I'm sure she will post some.
"She just gets home, I just leave… This is our life, but I call it a quality problem. But I still miss the hell outta her……
"Enough from me….. Let me just thank the buyers from the auction again…. You fuckers rule…."
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