The problem is, you put me on such a pedestal that I don’t know how to rebuilt it since it shattered into a infinite amount of pieces. You thought you were indestructible sometimes and other times you would ask me to tuck you in at night like a child. I had so many more things to tell her and do together but she had a fatal drug overdose of Carfentanil and u-47700. I know she loved me and my kids dearly but how could she take such a chance and make us suffer so much.Waking up without you in the world was like waking up suddenly to find that you have no head. I can’t hear anything anymore – music, voices, nothing. There’s something obvious missing and my orientation is off. I’ve spent so long looking out for you, I’m lost without that role. I think of the times you were in recovery, glimpses of a “normal” childhood. I still think about my mom every day and how I miss her and love her.Remembering those who have died – or been injured – because of overdose is an important part of International Overdose Awareness Day.If you would like to commemorate somebody, please add Tributes here.Only to be quickly relieved by the darkness and the bed sheets. im devastated that she isn’t here anymore, my best friend, my mom.
This was my first time hearing his music, and Craig said the records are even better.
You always told me the bad news, now I have become the most morbid of messengers. The pain is just as strong today as it was the day I found my mother dead from a drug overdose.
I had dreamt of this day so many times, waking up with a shattered heart and tears streaming down my face. You would always say to me “its me and you against the world baby” or tell me how I had saved your life a million times. I ask myself all the time, how could I not have known.?
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