- Me on my wedding day: you still like me right
I really hope you’re listening.
He was a good person. A person, maybe he had made some mistakes in his time— broke a girl’s heart or smoked a few more than he should have— but he was still a good person. He made people laugh and feel loved and he brought light to our football team and was always a good hugger and respected everyone and had the love of a child. So why then? Why did this have to happen the way it did? At age 21—the age you can be accepted into a bar without question and enjoy the next two and final years of college? What about his friends, his coach, his teachers, his ex-girlfriend, his dad and mom? How are they going to handle this? How are his parents supposed to go back to work and his siblings supposed to return to studying for this week’s exam?
All I hope and pray is that you bless his soul and take it straight to you. Do it for the people that would do anything for him. I pray that his parents and loved ones don’t lose hope on him or on you. I pray for all the parents in the world that have lost their children. I pray for all the people that remember him today, at this minute right now, and that they remember that this life is so much more than a place of passing.
We can’t forget those who have gone for us. Rest In Peace.
I miss what we had, but I know things can never go back to the way they were before.