i think louis has always been viewed as the strong, fearless, energetic leader and we’re all talking about how we’ve never seen him cry. i hope he knows that it’s okay for him to cry, that we support him and that if performing breaks him, we won’t be disappointed in him. he’s our sun but that doesn’t mean he has to shine so brightly all the time. i hope he feels our love, how much we cherish him, how much we will support him when he needs to be the child who lost his mother rather than louis the leader. we love you louis, your tears don’t change that.


Luke and I have had our ups and downs over the years, but through it all, his relationship with my daughter, Rory, has never changed. He’s always been there for her no matter what. He was there to celebrate her birthdays. He was there cheering her on at her high school graduation. Luke has been a sort of father figure in my daughter’s life.


“Imagine, sitting outside on a warm summer night, lying on the grass gazing into the sky. Watching how each individual star twinkles independently, how some shine brighter than others and how together they create pictures in the sky. Suddenly dawns on you that your world, what you thought only existed, is nothing more than a grain of sand on a beach that stretches for miles and miles.” - a short excerpt by me

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Felix needs to be on the roof because he’s about to get his medal. Well, how about we just take that medal and give it to Ralph for once. Would that be the end of the world?