“Sweet Home Alabama” |What The Song Now Means To Me By Sarah

“Sweet Home Alabama” |What The Song Now Means To Me By Sarah

From Sarah:
My Story
I have a different story to tell when I speak of ” Sweet Home Alabama”.

Oh I have plenty of wonderful moments as well, but they will forever be tarred with the memory I have to tell.

It was a beautiful spring day in Colorado. Clear blue sky. Pikes Peak, snow covered  and shining in the background.

As I opened the door I heard the sound of music and I remember smiling. “Sweet Home Alabama” was playing.

I haven’t smiled like that since.

That was the day, my world as I knew it ended forever. The joy left my heart. An innocence shattered
I won’t go into details, but as I walked into Bobby’s apartment that day, “Sweet Home Alabama” was playing. Over and over again.
There was a terrible smell. Death.

Bobby was gone.
Robert Lee Kasch
Sunrise July 17, !980
Sunset May 19, 2006
Age 25
Almost 26
He died from an Asthma Attack

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  1. Reblogged this on Sarah's Attic Of Treasures and commented:

    From Sarah:
    My Story
    I have a different story to tell when I speak of ” Sweet Home Alabama”.

    Oh I have plenty of wonderful moments as well, but they will forever be tarred with the memory I have to tell.

    It was a beautiful spring day in Colorado. Clear blue sky. Pikes Peak, snow covered and shining in the background.

    As I opened the door I heard the sound of music and I remember smiling. “Sweet Home Alabama” was playing.

    I haven’t smiled like that since.

    That was the day, my world as I knew it ended forever. The joy left my heart. An innocence shattered

    Bobby was gone.

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