October 6, 2021

Respect, Grief, Caring.

Tonight we went to a candlelight vigil/remembrance ceremony for the boy who lived across the street. Logan was killed in a crash on Monday and the event was held at the high school from which he graduated in June.

His sudden death was a shock. He did some yard work for us just last week. I feel anguish for his parents and his brothers. 

Logan was a star football player in high school. Many students attended the program along with adults who knew him or his family. I would not be surprised if a thousand people were there. 

Sometimes terrible things happen. I am not going to preach. But stay safe. 


  1. ...value every moment that comes your way.

  2. The older I get the more I realize that people are born and people die, and that's about all there is to it, but to die so young is very tragic.

  3. A death at that age is always too soon.


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