I have been debating on if I should post this or not. I know I am the F.N.G here and I have no right to ask anyone for anything. I came to the conclusion that I will just throw it out and whatever happens, happens. I cannot engineer the perfect scenario.
A person who has had a large impact on not only my life but the lives of everyone who knew here passed away from Cystic Fibrosis Sunday Nov 16. She wasn't supposed to live past 10yrs of age. She fought hard and she was an inspiration to everyone.
Since no insurance company will give a life insurance policy to a terminally ill person (if they do it would cost more to have it then to pay for everything out of pocket when the time comes. She has a lot of expenses out there. We need to get her home from San Francisco, funeral expenses, and her remaining hospital bills. My friends and I have taken it upon ourselves to pay for everything.
She was an artist and a fan of art. She pulled from the ether effortlessly what some strive their lives to attain. Even if you don't give anything I consider it an honor to introduce you to my friend Eyva "Kidd" Cash.
She was the light of life, and the might of force. The link to the "Fund Me" sight and what I wrote on the day of her passing included below. I am also working on a dedication site for her. This is the front page and it is no where near finished so the links off the main page are buggy at best.
Fund Me: Final Expenses for Eyva "Kidd" Cash
I have been beside myself all day. A lot of my friends & I lost someone very special to us today and the world is a darker place with her light no longer in it.
Kidd you were the epitome of strength and bravery. Your uncrushable spirit, your iron determination, and inability to flinch in the gravest of situations are that of legend.
Most people go their entire life not ever getting to meet a hero. I and my friends were blessed and lucky enough to not only to meet one but to be able to call her our friend.
She made an impact with a splash in the souls of all who met her. You could not meet Kidd and not have your life changed for the better. She had a presence, a power, and a light that shown from her that was all enveloping. She was love and light made flesh to walk amongst us.
I never got to tell her how much I respected her, admired her, and how much I appreciated her.
She was a fighter with no equal. Her ability to soak whatever punch was thrown coupled with her inability to get knocked down is what super heroes in comic books are imitated after.
Life is short, life is precious, and life can change dramatically in a fraction of a second. Sadly it is in times of loss that we remember that.
We all knew this day would come, and while I cannot speak for everyone I will say that I thought it wouldn't until I was ready, we were ready, the world was ready to be able to bare the loss of her.
I did however appreciated the special moments I had with her and I will hold them so very close to my heart.
I wish I could have seen you before you left us. I wish I had just one more day but I understand that it was time for you to go, time for you to hang up your gloves, lace up your boots and move on. You never ran out of fight, you are merely switching arenas.
Goodbye Kid you beautiful, strong, amazing woman. The amount of tears we all weep from loosing you is a small drop in the bucket compared to all that you have given us.
You will be forever missed!
I know that as I lay here hollow, and raw from loss that anyone who knew you are better because of what you were to us.
My love and gratitude will be forever yours.