- April 6th, 0:30
I find myself in ironic stories...the people I meet in life. It's like a Hollywood movie I feel like sometimes. Like it's not real and it's a dream. I've experienced so many friends. One in particular James Davi Tramondo, the star of "Whose Wedding is it Away" I met about 7 years ago as a fan, just happened to email him. We began a "pen pal" like friendship and met once or twice when I would visit NYC. His personality was infectious, his attention to detail even with friends was amazing. I had happen to think about him today out of the blue, and decided to text him. Not even 2 minutes later the phone rings, and it's his number, but it was his mother on the line. I didn't know who it was because in my text I just said hey not sure if this is the same number for you James just wanted to say hi! His mom with heavy heart told me he had passed about 2 days ago from cancer. I was so devistated. He was such a catch, handsome and such a light to anyone he talked to. It broke my heart. We talked for about 10 minutes. I told her to call me any time and told her I would stop in NYC to visit at some point and make a special trip to see her. It's just so sad. I didn't know what to say. The past 2 years have been so life changing with my own loss, my grandmas death in Dec. hearing about James made me cry today for him and my grandma. It was also my moms birthday. I almost asked where was grandma when I sat down at the table for her Birthday dinner. Ugh, so much emotion today. She was my life. As for James, we kinda had a very brief fling. He was so handsome. James you will be missed! And I will visit your mother at some point in time this year I hope! You have my word! God Bless you! On a more cynical and more conceded note, I am so happy I can wear suits and "real" clothing to my job now. I was checked out multiple times! Bahah that never happens, though it's been happening more...maybe I should do more juicing detoxes! (Is that a word?!) grandma I miss you so much! Love you forever!!!!