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Rest in peace indeed. April 21, 11:30am.

I may not have been friends with you, and I may not have talked to you as much, but we were classmates in high school, and we did see each other around the base. Still, it is a shock to hear that you have passed on already. From what I could tell, I could tell you were a nice person. It is a shame that this had to happen.

RIP. This kind of event makes all my troubles seem insignificant.


  1. This is really shocking. I don’t know what to say. She’s a nice person. The last time I saw her was in the library. Catherine was one of the people who suggested that I drop my minor so I can graduate early. I can’t believe she’s gone. She seemed like a happy girl to me…

  2. CK? Who is this CK? Would I have known this person?

  3. subSloth on

    How did she die?

  4. my love!! sorry that I never left a comment on your page. I thought I had to sign up or have a blog.. ehh.. but anyways, danx for calling me yesterday! It was nice hearing your sexy sexy voice!! and yeah.. about the CK news.. wow.. still cant believe that she’s gone.. >.

  5. rest in peace… ck

  6. death is about as bad as it gets :(

  7. I’m so sorry that the person passed away. It’s always hard.

    Of course I’d like to affiliate with you :). I’ll put your link up now :).

  8. Oh btw, do you have a button I could link you with? Because for now, I’ll just put a text link up.

  9. Lan-Anh on

    I’m so sorry for the death- I hope you’re OK.
    A death always makes us see the insignificance of our everyday problems. In that respect, it can be viewed as a positive effect on our life.

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