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At 5:01pm on October 8, 2010, Ronda Johnston said…
Hello Margaret, My name is Ronda & I was just looking around on legacy and reading a lot of peoples blogs.... I come across a message you wrote to Cheryl. I'm so very sorry for your loss of your son Aaron, I also lost my son Sean my first & only son he was 25, he also passed the same way as your son... I was trying to find some people on this site going through what we were going through and just looking for support, I know the heartache your going through, its such a horrendous constant pain we have... I miss my son so bad, I'm not the same person I use to be I'm just so sad he's gone away from us.. I truly want to have faith we will see him again & I cant wait for that day. Just wanted to say hello and Introduce myself to you. Please write back to me if you read this I would love to talk to you. Thank you hugs to you all. Ronda
At 11:57am on May 1, 2010, Carrie L said…
Hi margaret. I am so sorry for your loss. It is so sad and I feel your pain. we have a lot in common but it does not make it better. I think about him every single moment and I don't want to stop but I also wish i could have prevented it and loved him more. drugs are killers in every aspect of the way. love to you carrie L
At 3:30pm on April 7, 2010, CHERYL said…
Dear Margaret, I feel your hurt and your pain. It looks like both of our babies were taken from us by heartless people, who just stood by and watched them die. I hope your son did not suffer the way my son did, he drowned in his own vomit. She would not even turn him on his side. If she does not serve time for this, I do not know how I will handle it, because she lives down the street from us. At first she was hiding out in another town, because she was scared of me. She knew how protective I was of him, and how I would do anything to save him, I would have given my life for him, I loved him so much! And to know that he is gone forever, because of a useless so and so like her. She gave her own kids up for adoption at ages 10 and 13, that shows what kind of a mother she is. Easter Sunday I was told that she almost hit three different cars head on. Someone called in the license plate. The police stopped her and gave her a subriety test. Of course she will pass it, oxycotin does not affect you if you are moving around, it is only when you are still, you cannot hold your eyes open. So I guess she will have to kill someone else, before she gets caught. I hope she goes to prison for a long time, for what she did to my son. I pray that the girl that took your son's life gets what is coming to her too, and that you don't have to do anything but just watch it happen. Like they watched our sons die. Then maybe some of this anger will leave us. Sincerely, Cheryl
At 12:07am on April 6, 2010, CHERYL said…
Margaret, I'm so sorry for the loss of your son. I too lost my son, on March 1, 2010, my husband and I are devastated. We are also angry, because he was with someone whom he had been avoiding. The reason he was avoiding her was because he was addicted to her pills, he was trying to get help, trying to be delivered from this addiction through spiritual help, because rehab did not work for him. He even gave us the keys to his truck, because he did not trust himself. I begged her three times not to kill my son with her pills. She tricked him into answering her call from some elses home, and the temptation was too much for him. She rented a hotel room for them to party, then the next morning she texted a friend and said that she thought he was dying, the friend told her to call 911 and leave, but she did not. She called another friend, by the time the other friend got there, she said it sounded like there was a waterfall in his chest. She rolled him over and asked him to squeeze her hands if he understood and wanted her to help him. He squeezed her hands. This person called 911 and started cpr on him, by the time the rescue units got there it was too late. My son died, with the pill pusher who just stood by and watched as he suffered. I know as he lay there dying, he remember the last words I told him, that this girl was going to kill him with her pills. My husband and I and lots more miss him so much. We will never get over this. Our hearts ache for him. He did not want to die like this, he told me he needed spiritual help, because we were getting him help through outpatient rehab and it was not working, so I did everything I could to get him this help, and the spiritual help was working. He tried so hard, he had gone back to college and was doing so good, his teachers told him to slow down, because he was too far ahead of the class. The teachers asked him if he would help the other students, and so he did, each and everyone of them (they told me this at his funeral).My son loved to help other people and was loved by everyone. This drug had a hold on him, and he was so afraid it was going to take his life. The girl he had been getting the pills from was crazy over him, he was ashamed of her, but she knew she could get him to talk to her or party with her with her pills. So we hear, it is being investigated. She is going to kill someone else, it is just a matter of time. The pain we feel is not going away, it feels like it is getting worse. Sometimes it feels like I am going to die, because my heart hurts so much. Lost in sorrow, Cheryl

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