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Review:marauder_gurl says:
I know it would be kind of depressing to some to keep talking about death, but your response kind of calls to me. A few months ago... that must still be fresh. I know that when death came as a shock to me, it didn't really seem like it happened. My one friend, a very very close friend, had a sudden heart attack that no one knew about until two days later when her son went to her house to see where she 'went'. That was awful. And it was just when we'd planned to have this awesome breakfast thing with my family. My dad and her were going to screw their diets and have some carb-o-licious crepes and pancakes with all of us. And then - just like that - a phone call ruined those plans. You're very right about how it's not poetic, but sometimes I would sit on my own and wish it was poetic, try to justify it in my mind somehow. I couldn't. But she had given me a great gift with the year that I knew her, and that was laughter, and I won't forget that. I hope you have laughter, or maybe tears if you prefer, to remember your friend by. Memories are the one thing that I know many people are afraid of losing, not just with age, but with the loss of someone. I think that's a reason why people are so sad when someone dies. You can't have any more memories with that person anymore, and that just hurts. I know usually this is said only to family members of the one lost, but friends are sometimes more deserving; my condolences to you. I hope this thing that makes us grieve will not be a burden to you. You're doing great.

Hugs, and love,


Author's Response: Oh wow, maybe you should consider writing because just from what you're saying you show great promise of a writer, no joke.

But wow, that is horrible about your friend I I know how that is. I had been working at a Bible Camp as a counselor and my friend Antwan whom I'd known for four years from working and going to that camp since 6th grade I had become great friends with. Then about a month before summer, I had plans to go back to the bible camp and work because it has been a huge part of my life and Antwan made had a big part of it, finding religion and all (I don't know if you're religious or not) and I remember that the day I found out about what had happened I remembered that I needed to respond to an e-mail of his that he had sent me a few days before and I had not had the time to respond. And then I got a call (he lived 3 states away from me in college) that there had been an accident...and you know when someone tells you that you NEVER assume they've died even when you're like 'will he be OK, has he been seriously hurt?' And the line is dead on the other end you still never assume that it's death. And also this year my best friend's mom was diagnosed with breast cancer and she's made it (thankfully) but it was scary because she is like my second mom and I've always been really close with her. But it just makes me angry that there are horrible people out there that do horrible things and lead horrible lives an they're healthy and living fine while there are amazing people out there dying, that's just what really upsets me, and it's horrible to say but it's true in some way. I just hope the karma does get everyone in the end.

Anyway, thank you for all your reviews like usual you always make me feel 10X better about myself as a writer when you've left a review:)


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