For you, Jen

I don’t know where to start. Can’t find the right words for this.
She’s missing, she’s gone. She’ll be loved until eternity. By her family, her husband, her friends… by everyone who knew her.
Jen was such an amazing and awesome woman. Unfortunately I never made it to meet her in real life. But we went through all kinda Ups and Downs for over 4 years.
I never thought that a friendship only online can be so intense. So real and true. I’m so hurt, so numb…SHOCKED!!! She left us way too early.

Jen, I’ll love you forever. And I’ll miss you so bad. But I know I’ll see again one day. When my time is up. And than we will finally make it happen to party the shit outta each other. Oh girl, if I think of all the plans you had on your mind. I can’t believe that you won’t be able to realize them.

I miss and love you, and I will never forget our last and oh soooo funny chat on Yahoo! I never ever had a friend doing such crazy things on cam all of a sudden. Thank you for putting all these smiles on my face during the last year, for drying my tears when I was in need. You have been my sunshine, when my days seemed to be rainy. Even now, that I’m here in tears and think of all the things we had I have that light smile on my face. And it hurts.




R.I.P. Jennifer Crow – Miss you, girl

I will never forget you.

Eternal Flame

I am too shocked right now to say anything more. I can’t believe those news.



Two die in wreck in icy conditions on Western Kentucky Parkway

02:14 PM EST on Tuesday, February 12, 2008

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Police say two people have died after the car they were in slid off an icy highway in western Kentucky.

It happened as a winter storm blanketed large portions of central and western Kentucky late Monday and early Tuesday, leaving a treacherous mix of snow and ice.

State police say the car overturned early Tuesday after going off the road four miles east of Caneyville when the driver lost control of the vehicle.

Police say 19-year-old Haley Scott of Muldraugh and 23-year-old Jennifer Crow of Smyrna, Ga., were thrown from the car. Neither was wearing a seat belt.

Police say the driver of the vehicle was 23-year-old Charles Jason Hutchins of Hopkinsville. He was wearing a seatbelt and was not hurt.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)