Ahhh, but you had him. Many of us have never collected any long term friends. There are people we know, but not that we have shared important stuff with. Ya'll got to hang out and play and do stuff. It's hard to come by people to do those things with.There's just not many people left who remember the 25 year old me. Let alone the teenager or the little kid. Maybe a couple. The rest are gone. It's a weird thing to wrap your head around.
Loss happens to us all. The sudden or unexpected ones are the toughest. Kinda thought Scotto would be around a bit longer.
Oh man, Chris, you have had it tough; and you are tough, partly as a result. I have parallels with what you have described, so I can relate.. Hang in there. Best wishes & condolences.
So sorry for your loss, Chris... 69 is way too young.
Oh man, I've just caught up with this, and it cuts me to the core. PM me Chris, if you'd like to talk. I'll phone you.Scott was my replacement family. Mom died when I was 4. Dad died when I was 14. Siblings...dead. Extended family...dead. I alone remain.
So...losing Scott, at this stage of the game, is right up there with them.
It's ok though. It's the way.
I appreciate it Si. I'll be ok.Oh man, I've just caught up with this, and it cuts me to the core. PM me Chris, if you'd like to talk. I'll phone you.