I'm sorry if my message shows up twice. I think I accidentally erased it the 1st time.
I met Sean when she was still a teenager and even though I was 7 years older-she was so much more mature than I was. Sean was beautiful both inside and out. We became friends so quickly while working in N.O.; We were room-mates until she met Todd(the Love of her Life)She was one of the best friends I ever had. We had so many adventures together. Sean was so brave; when she was 19 she decided to travel to Europe all by herself. After about a month I was so happy when she called & asked me to meet her there. We ended up traveling all over Europe together. So many countries; so many adventures! Everywhere we went people from all over the world fell in love with her. She'd brighten up any and every place she walked into. We shared so much laughter; she was so much fun to do just about anything with. I learned so much about how to live from Sean and I will pass those lessons on to others as long as I live. She was such a giving & caring person. She was so smart & such a good listener. She was such a loving spirit too. Sean was so talented in so many ways. She was a fellow French Horn player; also an awesome artist & photographer. I'll miss her so much until we meet again. Lately everyone that I talk to here in N.O. that knew her is; at first shocked but then we find ourselves talking for hours about how much fun we all had together when ever she was around. She was loved. Sean touched and changed so many people. I know I am a better person for having met her. Sean was like one of my sisters; I loved her & her family so much. Words cannot really express everything she meant to me. My heart breaks for her family but most of all for Todd. Sean will live on in me and everyone that knew her. I'm just thankful for all the time that my path in this life was shared with hers. I am honored to have been her friend. The light Sean lit in this world will always burn bright.