*

*
Rocking horse people eat marshmallow pies © Robert Sommers 2017

Monday, June 15, 2015

Haylee

Rosicrucian Fellowship, Oceanside
I had quite a start today. I went into Dominick's Deli and found out that my favorite young girl, Haylee, passed away last night, in a rollover accident in Arizona.

I hear she and her boyfriend had a tire blowout in their car. I am not sure of his condition.
Haylee was like a daughter to me. We consoled each other during our ups and downs.

She cared about me and I the same. I always pulled for her and this just tears at my heart.

She didn't have the easiest road but was on her way. I wish that the end hadn't happened so soon.

She was a beautiful young girl and deserved the time to be happy and free, live a regular sized life.

This is a tragedy. It hurts like she was my own. I was pulling for this kid. We all know life sometimes isn't fair. This feels real bad.


If you see a jar around town please toss in a few bucks. I'm sure the family could use a little help with expenses.

4 comments:

Ken Seals said...

Robert, I'm sorry you are having this pain of loosing a friend. I should have realized that you knew her since you are a good customer of Dominick's.

Anonymous said...

Robert, sorry about the way you found out about her. I could hardly talk today. These girls are just like my Children. Haylee is the first one we have ever lost and this has crushed many of our hearts.
Deli guy

Sanoguy said...

Sad occasion, very sad. I did not know Hayley but I have heard you speak of her. I am sorry for your loss and the loss to Deli Guy and the community.

Douglas Keller said...

Such a tragic loss. My condolences to her family and friends. I only knew her as a customer, but her warm innocent smile always brought a little cheer into my life.