Day 3400 – Leaving A Legacy, Even In A Short Life

I’ve blogged a few times about my dear friend who passed away 16 years ago, but today a new thought struck me. He left a heck of a legacy.

Scott was the second big super young loss of my life. He was a much closer friend than my first loss and I still feel the empty spot where he would be.

But as I sit here, 16 years after losing him, I am overwhelmed with the legacy and impact he left on my life. There are nice phrases people can say about how to live your life, but the following are true of me, and I can point to Scott as the reason why.

So Scott, thank you for teaching me these lessons.

– Hug tightly, longly, and with all that you are, because you never know if it’s the last hug.

– Live every day as if it was your last.

– Say what you need to say, so you don’t regret not saying it.

– Enjoy life.

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