"If y'all was capable of getting it, I wouldn't mind explaining
If y'all was capable of getting it, it wouldn't need explaining"
I don't want anyone to disappear. On February 10th my sister was alive. On February 11th she wasn't. A day makes a very big difference, and we never have any idea when that last day will be. Recently something happened that crushed me in a way I can't even explain or process yet. I don't know the specifics, but what happened was my sister's Facebook account was permanently deleted by Facebook. This might be weird for anyone reading this to realize, but I'm 33yrs. old and I really have no idea what Facebook is. Or Instagram, Twitter etc... Yes of course I know what they are, but I've never witnessed or experienced them 1st hand being isolated by my incarceration in Pennsylvania. The day my sister's account was deleted I lost access to so much of her personality that I will never again experience. Videos, pictures, post all lost to me forever. Things that I never had a moment to experience and now never will. I have created a #MondayMournings page in dedication to her and anyone struggling with loss in isolation. TSC is a place of legacy where I want us all to always exist and survive. I can't get back my sister's account, but I can create my own that I have control over and access to. Anybody who knew my sister please send your memories, photos, videos even stories to my email firstname.lastname@example.org . Please help me regain some of my sister that I lost access to. Please help me build an archive of who she was that I can hold onto. And anyone else interested in utilizing the #MondayMournings page to memorialize someone you lost and share the beauty of who they were with the rest of us, I ask you to send yours as well. Let's all find a way to live forever in a place where surviving is what we do. Every member of TSC matters now and forever, in this life and beyond. We won't let you disappear. Ever!