Jadalynn’s 2 month with kemo.
She looked thinner and weaker for each day to pass by.
I hated seeing her like this.
She was so strong.
“Luke, watch this”
I quickly looked up at Jadalynn and smiled.
Don’t look sad Luke, she will see how this affects you.
Jadalynn turned her phone towards me, and showed me a video of a turtle climbing up a toilet paper and then it fell down.
Jada started laughing.
She hadn’t looked sad one day since she got the news.
How could she look so happy and smile all the time?
Wasn’t she sad?
Couldn’t she see how serious this was?
She stopped laughing and looked at me.
I smirked and thought about if I should ask her how she was doing.
But I didn’t.
“I just wanted to say that I love you”
She smiled, and reached out for my hand.
“I love you too”
Jadalynn made me do the shows around the countries.
She promised that she would be okay.
But I didn’t believe her, so I didn’t go.
I did the concerts near her, and the other ones I couldn’t.
The guys and the fans were very supportive.
They understood, and tried to make me as happy as possible.
I looked at Jadalynn sitting with her phone in her hands.
Her head looked so weird without hair.
She shaved it off by herself.
She said that she would go bald anyway, so why don’t just get it over with.
That made me sad.
It was like she had given up.
A bit later, she fell asleep.
The machine stopped beeping.
I quickly got up from the chair, and looked at Jadalynn.
She didn’t move.
I screamed after the doctors from the top of my lungs, and they came running.
They tried to push me outside of the room.
“Sir, you need to leave the room”
I shoke my head.
“NO, I WONT LEAVE HER”
The nurse pushed me out.
“Stay here, everything is fine. We will take care of this”
The tears ran down my cheeks faster than a racecar when it was about to win the champions.
My heart broke into a million pieces.
I couldn’t lose her.
I wouldn’t let it happen.
I ran towards the window, where I could look inside the room.
The doctors were fully at it, with trying to wake her up.
But then they stopped.
One of the doctors looked at the nurse, and slowly shoke his head.
I knew what that meant.
“NO! NO! NO! SHE CAN’T BE GONE!”
I broke down, and fell to the floor.
“SHE CAN’T BE GONE”
I swear I could feel my heart break.
It was like I had left with her.
I quickly grapped my phone and looked at my lockscreen.
It was picture of me and Jadalynn after the first show on the tour.
She was on my back, and kissing my cheek at the same time while I was smiling.
She couldn’t be gone…
I noticed the date.
JULY 27, 2015
She was gone...