Ashley Myers Obituary, Death – I’d want to take this moment to publicly introduce myself; my name is Ashley Myers, and I’d like to thank you for giving me this chance. At this moment, I simply do not have the words to convey how I feel in a manner that is adequate to the situation. Since I found out that we won’t be able to spend the night together and make ridiculous jokes about each other, my spirits have been broken to the point where I can barely function. I was hoping that we would be able to do both of those things, and I was looking forward to it.
I was looking forward to spending the night with you and laughing at each other’s follies as we spent the evening together. You were the kind of best friend who might have popped up in your life once or twice, but never on a more consistent basis than that. Because you are now in heaven, there is no way that you could possibly be going through any form of anguish now at this precise moment. There is simply no way that this could be possible.
This is something I can say for sure. I am pleased that you were presented with the ability to become familiar with Coleson, and I am even more thrilled that the two of us just recently had the opportunity to build yet another memory together not too far in the past. I can’t help but break out in a wide grin whenever I think about one of these things. My life is improved and made more joyful by both of these things, which assist to brighten my day.
I can’t help but feel terrible that I wasn’t there to try to stop whatever it was that was going to happen, and I also feel regretful that I wasn’t able to be there to witness it when it did take place. I can’t help but feel terrible that I wasn’t there to try to stop whatever it was that was going to happen. I adore you so much. I never for one single second had any qualms about the tenacity of our friendship, beginning with the very beginning all the way up until the present day, despite the challenges that we endured together.
This was true from the very beginning all the way up until the present day. Regardless of whether I reflect on the time we spent together with happy or sad feelings, I will always and forever appreciate each and every one of the memories we shared. This is a promise I make to myself. My greatest wish is that Coleson and I will be able to go to heaven together someday and that when we do, our embrace will be as comforting and reassuring as it is physically possible for two people to be in the same location at the same time. Until that day comes, I will continue to have faith that our paths will cross. RIP boo boo.