“It well may be that we will never meet again in this lifetime. So, let me say before we part - so much of me is made of what I learned from you. You’ll be with me like a hand print on my heart.”
- For Good
Yep, I’m crying….
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Keep these three things in your hearts: faith, because it can move mountains; hope, because it keeps you going no matter what; and love, the greatest of all. Love never dies.
Reminder that your favourite celebrity will die one day.
This has happened to me twice already!!! I CAN’T HANDLE ANYMORE!!!!!!!!!!!
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Although my heart aches every day because I miss Steve so desperately, I am determined to carry on where he left off and keep his dream alive.
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Welp I’m off to look for pictures for my Irwin scrapbook. This shall be a sad walk down memory lane. Oh god, I’m going to cry….
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(Okay, you may have known that.)
But seriously, I love that man. He always has and always will be my hero.
I remember watching him when I was younger and to me, he was just the coolest person in the world. He taught me so many things about animals. He made me love snakes and crocodiles. He was this amazing, passionate man.
When he died, I cried. For days, that’s all I did. I watched every news special on him, I watched the memorial Animal Planet made. And I bawled my eyes out. Because I felt like I was losing a part of myself. I’m not sure why, but I did. He was such a prominent role in my life, and then, he was gone. I cried for losing him, for his family for losing him, for his animals for losing him.
I still choke up when I read “Steve & Me” or when I see Terri and Bindi tweeting. Or when I look at my DVD collection and see Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course and The Wiggly Safari sitting there.
I needed something to channel my sadness into. The first thing I did was write a story. It helped, but not much. Then I decided to start a scrapbook. I had this idea to make it in his memory, then send it to Terri Irwin. But it took me a while to complete it, and once it was done, I couldn’t send it. Deep down, I wanted it to be me personally handing it to her.
I found the scrapbook a few weeks ago and looked at it. It made me cry. But I’ve also decided that I’m going to remake it, add in new things, new pictures of Bindi and Robert (they’re so big now! Bindi’s going to be fourteen next month!).
And this time, I will send it, because I know it’s going to be a long time before I get to Australia.
Totally remake my Irwin scrapbook and you know, actually send it to Terri since I have the address and stuff.
I still really wish I could give it to her myself, but it’s much cheaper sending a scrapbook to Australia than it is for me to buy a plane ticket and go there.
I will get there one day.