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Date Posted: 18:12:34 05/28/20 Thu
Author: Comicality
Subject: It was a surreal experience...
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "My apologies for the chat the other night! :O" on 05:36:30 05/28/20 Thu

I mean, the online funeral thing. It's like...I was there, but I wasn't there. So it was like it wasn't real. :(

I did get to see and talk to some people that I haven't heard from in years though, which was...interesting. Especially since some of them are in my stories on the site. Sam was there, Chris popped in for a short hello, and my three best friends were there too. Ariel was there, and he was surprisingly talkative. Hehehe! I'm so used to him being shy and quiet, it was odd. And he's a CHEF now! Which is crazy. My first boyfriend, Jason, was there too. Everybody traded our information and stuff, but we'll probably just go back to our lives and not talk much more past today. Still, it was cool to hear from them again.

Anyway, I donated 50 bucks to her family, and it might not be a lot, but it's all I can give right now, seeing as I don't know when my funds might run out. Her kids are awesome. They didn't deserve this. It's a sad day for us all, but we'll eventually make it through. We just have to be patient, be smart, and make sure that we stay safe.

A lot of folks don't know what it's like to lose somebody close to them to this thing. They're still just looking at it as a random number on a TV screen. It's real. And it hurts. Please stay safe. Ok?

Love you all. Seezya soon.

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