Thursday, July 16, 2009


Last night I heard some very shocking and upsetting news. My good friend Corey has passed away. I can't believe that I am losing my friends in such tragic ways and at such a young age.Corey,

I hope that you are finally free of your addictions. I know that you got up everyday and tried to shake the demons that seemed to tightly have a hold of you. I know that you are a good person with a great heart. If I have learned anything from this tragic situation and the loss of our good friend Deane it is that we can't judge people merely by what we hear in the news. We can't truly know someones heart by a bad choice or even a series of events. People are more complex than that. People aren't all "good" or "evil." Now everytime I watch the news and I hear of a robbery or a any sad situation I will think of that persons friends and family and how they must be feeling. In my heart I see you meeting up with Deane and finally having to chance to forgive eachother and yourselves for any wrongdoings that may have been done. I don't know what drove you to do what you did, but even now I stand by the fact that I love you and I hope you know that.

Love Always,



tammy lu said...

Ah, Heather. I am sorry for your loss. I hope that you can find the comfort you need through your family and friends! Love you tons!!

Tanya said...

Corey was such a nice guy with a big heart. He will be sorely missed. So sad.....

Wendy Haught said...

Dear Heather,

Thanks for your lovely remembrance of my nephew Corey. The blog post and the scrapbook meant so much. People today generally do not know how to deal with grieving families, but you clearly have angelic guidance.

May God bless you,
Corey's Aunt Wendy