- You are not alone. I haven't been able to pick up a pen since the news, and at the time I was writing the next chapter for my story. So I've got this half finished chapter that I just cant bring myself to finish, so I understand what you're going through. Stay strong xo
Author's responsethat's exactly what happened to me ;~; thank you :) and you too!
(#) FightingForever 2013-03-25I know how you feel, I found out when I was right in the middle of writing the final chapter of my 'Darkest knight' fic and I just stopped. I closed the laptop and haven't touched it since.
I'm just thankful that I was there to see a group of average dudes from New Jersey become one of the all time greatest bands the world has ever seen and how they became the voice of the misfit generation. We were there and we should all be thankful although I have cried about it.
We'll be patient xoxo
Author's responseI've cried all throughout this weekend :( But I agree. As Dr. Suess said, "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."
(#) CyanideCola 2013-03-25i know how you feel too and i have cried all weekend as well i have had loads of ideas for frerards and i have only been able to write the summary and the title
and to make things better on the Friday they split up i drew an A3 canvas covered in mcr things like killjoy signs, logo, skull, the black parade flag, and bats but have had to add 2001-2013 on it which brings me to tears every time i look at it and i can't finish it
they made us all proud (and the whole of NJ)
Author's responseSame ;_; I've been watching "The Kids From Yesterday" video a lot (btw not a good idea to watch around people. i nearly started bawling my eyes out) and I'm just reminding myself that they were this small Jersey band that played in people's basements, and less than a decade later, we see Gerard standing, arms above his head and staring at the literal millions of people, cheering for him and the rest of the band. It saddens me to no extent how I will never be able to see them live, and I have been reminding myself that every five minutes (a bit not good, I know, but I can't help it!) but still, I'm so glad they made a difference in my life. A huge one, too. I will forever love them and they will always have changed my life for the better.
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