Sunday, November 25, 2012


Normally, I would write about a Star Wars episode. Or go to one of my other blogs for this post, but... this needs to be said and I don't feel like putting it somewhere else randomly.

My best friend lost one of her best friends to a suicide. I've tried comforting her, but this isn't anything like one of her many breakups (Which I'vve never been good comfort for, since I've never dated, but I could always make her crack a smile before). I didn't know her friend, but he left her specifically a note. Unsure what to do, I felt something needed to be said. The after effects of someone dying, hit hard home for me. My father died when I was seven. Her father died a few years ago. That was how we met. Today, she asked me to draw a picture of her friend. I haven't gotten to do it yet. People rarely realize how much they can effect people themselves. I struggle in noticing the reaction I get from the chemicals I put out. To put it simply, This is a short blog post. Keep this in mind: Domino effect.


  1. I feel so sorry for your friend. I will be praying for her and the family. I know what losing a friend is like, but not someone extremely close.
    What haunts me is that I chose not to grow closer to her, and now that she's gone I'll never know what I was missing out on.

    1. Thank you. :)
      What haunts my friend is that she had several chances to show him God and she pushed each chance aside. A couple weeks ago, our drama team at church even did a skit on losing a friend who never knew God. I think something clicked in her head, but she never did do anything. I know that from now on, I'm going to try to spred God's love to everyone I know. Because I don't want to lose anyone. :(