i spent the day stalking someone i didn’t know.
don’t judge me…
from what i saw,
i probably would have liked to know him.
he seemed like he knew how to have a good time.
it did help he was cute too.
again: don’t judge me.
he reminded me so much of star fox.
just full of life and happy to wake up in the morning.
i was always envious of that.
people who don’t allow their “problems” to stress them out.
i think that’s why i was so drawn to this stranger.
its a shame that i never got to meet cordel fowler.
i needed a quick mental vacation out of “that place i work at”.
they were pissing me off in every direction,
so i went onto his instagram and found myself looking at every picture.
it was very bitter sweet.
how could someone like this be gone?
in such a horrific way?
why did god bring him home so soon?
ironically his second to last picture was him in the backseat of a car.
from the looks of his ig,
he was extremely popular.
he left behind so many people who cared for him.
he had a lllllllllllllot of sexy friends too.
i definitely was digging that.
he made quite the impact on everyone from what i can tell.
one thing that always sticks out to me when anyone passes is their social media.
it just sits there in limbo.
no more updates.
just everything “up until”.
the comments will start to diminish until their death anniversaries.
sooner or later,
those will stop too.
people will move on back to their lives.
the social media page will then serve as a scrap book of memories.
ones that family and friends can go to when they want to relive.
that’s one of the interesting things about our “plugged in” generation.
we never really “die”.
our spirits will live on to those who knew us best,
while serving as a “i was here!” to others who didn’t.
i guess that’s comforting to know.
visit his instagram: here