― Nikki Sixx,
If you read yesterday's post, here is an update. Life support was removed yesterday just before 6:12 p.m., the time that Chris was pronounced dead. He leaves behind his mom, his daughter, 18, from a previous marriage, and these three little girls - and of course their mom, my niece, Amy. Its a terrible heartbreaking tragedy all the way around. My heart just breaks for the survivors here - the girls will be told today when they get out of school that their daddy is gone. Coincidently, my father died on the same day many years ago - April 11th. I was just 9. He was just 39. My sister and I were told the next day also. He died of Hodgkins lymphoma, not heroin. Nevertheless, he has been missed by me every single day of my life since.
|Ava, Ella, Hannah|
|Rocky from Central - trapped this morning|
With all the stress this day has brought so far, its best I guess. There will be more to come. At work and with the family situation. Sometimes, you wonder how much you can handle. Sometimes, I just want to go back to bed and never get up again. Too much sadness and worry about everything. Job, bills, the future, death. Its just too much sometimes.
Have a nice day.
"Death must be so beautiful. To lie in the soft earth, with the generous grasses waving above one's head, and listen to the silence. To have no yesterday, and no tomorrow. To forget time, to forgive life, to be at peace."