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February 22, 2018

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November 15, 2017
Checking in again. It's been almost a year since my last message. I'm done college, graduated with a biology degree and going to accept a temporary position with the USDA. I check on my post here every once in awhile, both to see whether anyone responded and to remind myself of last time's memories.

I took 6 years to finish college; depression hit me hard. Had nothing to do with you, actually (as I mentioned last time) I didn't know about your death until afterward. But I finally got finished and found work, so that's cool. I'm working on being the best person I can be; I'm pushing myself hard physically and I just hope I'm doing enough career wise. I wish you were still around as a comparison point, you always made me push myself to be the best I could be.

- Clayton
January 6, 2017
I doubt anyone is still reading these, so this one is just for you Tyler. This is Clayton. We haven't seen each other in years, but you were my closest friend for a while there, back when we were both so young. I just found out a few nights ago about your passing; I was dealing with depression at the time it happened and I guess my parents didn't want to make me feel any worse. This hit me way harder than I thought it would. It just feels like such a major part of my childhood is missing now.

I have so many memories from Gwynned Mercy of the two of us: Having fun, avoiding the boring sports, taking the silly sports too seriously, talking about opening shops for rocks and fish and all the little things that seemed so important to elementary school boys. I remember talking about that other summer camp with the lake, and about how if we went there we would go fishing every day and sell the fish to other kids. The "Fishie Store". I remember that you were always a lane or two ahead of me in the pool, and it annoyed me so much when you could go into the deep end and I couldn't. I ended up joining a swim team a few years later, but you'll always have me beat in getting to the White Zone when I never could. I remember all the lunches we had together, and collecting those cardboard Pokémon cards that were on the back of boxes. I remember that you introduced me to those rubber half-sphere "popper" toys, and I still have that first black one you found and gave to me.

Do you remember Chris? The guy I was close with from my elementary school, who I introduced to Geynned Mercy? He could make that honking sound with his throat, and we always thought it was hilarious. I'm not really close with him anymore, he and I were best friends for a long time but drifted apart in high school. Do you remember Parker? I haven't seen him since I was about 8 but I still have memories with him. It's crazy how the people who were so important in your life can just fall off the radar. And I guess that's what happened with us, after we stopped going to camp together. I saw you in the orthodontist's office when we were about 13 and didn't even recognize you. Our moms recognized each other, and we awkwardly said hi and didn't know what to say. I wish I had said more. It's crazy, I haven't even really thought about you in a few years, but now that you're gone all of the memories are coming back to me. It's like there's a hollowness in all of those childhood memories, where I can't think about any of the jokes we had without the shadow of your death hanging over it.

I know I'm completely rambling here, but that's okay. I think you'd understand. I miss you man, I'll keep living for you and try to make you proud. Rest in peace, and rock on up there.
March 9, 2014
Dear Christine,
I met you at the train station in Philadelphia yesterday, while we were picking up our daughters, from Washington from D.C. for spring break. Thank you for sharing your sorrow with me. You & your family immediately entered my heart & prayers! I could tell right away what a special person you are and how deeply you love your children! My heart embraces your pain! I know we'll meet again.
Peace & Love,
Jean Tomaine
November 12, 2013
I will always remember bob as one of my best and closest friends
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