Sarah and I are pet sitting this dog and he is so weird.
Reminds me of Kristen’s dogs…
talltell replied to your post: So, Dave Chappelle showed up to my sister’s bachelorette party uninvited.
Um…what? I saw you this morning. Why didn’t I hear about this?!
Right! I told Ben like a half hour before you showed up. There’s not much more to it yet. I need to talk to her and her friends about it still.
|Talking about the tuxedo I will be wearing to my sister's wedding|
|Steve:||I'm still convinced I am gonna look like the Devil.|
|Kristen:||You'll look very nice, no matter what.|
|Steve:||...like a HANDSOME devil?||*crickets*|
|Kristen:||OH MY GOD AND YOU'RE LAUGHING!||Next day, talking about my Philosophy thesis via text|
|Steve:||I came up with a great way to wrap up my presentation. It has to do with The Origin of Language, music, emotion, tying to empathy, mirror neurons, and ending with What It Means To Be Human. Boom. Drop the mic. Bounce.|
|Kristen:||I kind of hate you. You'll do great though. Love you, boy.|
talltell replied to your photoset: This one was Brian as well. He put it behind Ben’s…And by you face I mean your face… block
talltell replied to your photoset: This one was Brian as well. He put it behind Ben’s…You face is kinda derpy here hehe :P
My face is FINE THANK YOU :P
Dunno if I’m done yet or not…
What do you think?
My girlfriend is just too talented. She’s a photography major, but if she feels like it, she can take an evening off and create something gorgeous like this. Incredible, right?
I met you freshman year and I remember being thrown by your confidence. I didn’t know you, but you had no problem sitting down right next to me and whispering in my ear as you plotted against Chris. You changed his laptop background to a shirtless photo of yourself. Right then I knew we’d be friends.
There was something so special about you. People were drawn to you. That’s clear now especially after the amount of people that came out to support you. People who never even knew you wept for you. You were able to make instant friends with basically anyone. After we said goodbye to you on Tuesday, the biggest thing everyone said they’d remember you for was your humor. I think you’ll be proud of that. Years from now when we’re all still missing you like hell but have been able to accept the fact that you’re gone, we’ll all still be talking about how you made us laugh while you were here.
The amount of “I miss you”s that I have from you on my facebook is sort of heartbreaking. Particularly the ones that either finished with “pretty girl” or some sort of countdown until the next time I’d see you. Those countdowns…maybe you can be my special guardian angel and be that excited to see me again when I finally meet back up with you…
Remember that short period of time sophomore year when you refused to do anything unless I was doing it too? I can still hear your voice going, “I’ll only go if Kristen does!” and “Kristen, sit next to me! I saved you a seat! Ben, move. That’s Kristen’s seat.”
And freshman year, when you just gave me “Danny Dollars” at an extreme rate because I’d buy you treats from the Empo. I have so many unused Danny Dollars…they’re now priceless. Thank you for them. They’re one of the greatest gifts I have from you now, even if they can’t be held or pinned to a wall like the letters other people have from you.
The biggest treasure you have given me, though, is something I’ll never be able to repay you for. You were such an amazing friend, and you actually gave a damn about other people, even if you disagreed with them. I imagine that’s one of the things that drew Steve to you. And I can see so much of you in him. He has your humor. He has a very “Danny” mindset. He works his butt off but never forgets his friends. He loves all the shows you loved, most of the music you loved, and he will never not be a weightlifter because of you. You gave me my best friend. You shaped him into someone he can be proud of. I will never be able to thank you enough for giving me my Steven. He and I will never forget you, the things you did for us (and all your friends for that matter), or the kindness you showed complete strangers.
Your parents mentioned your legacy. Legacy is the perfect word for what you’ve left behind. I’m angry at God for taking you from us for apparently no other reason that he was jealous of just how much time we were getting to spend with such an amazing guy like you. So, please, while you’re up there, watch over us and help us come to terms that it will probably be a while before we see you next. Say hi to Petros and Julia for me, and give my old cairn terrier a good belly rub from me.
Rest in peace, Danny. I love you through eternity. Thank you for ever being in my life.