that the media and the rest of this
celebrity obsessed world,
would just back the f#$% off
of reporting anything and everything
they can about the death of Jett Travolta.
While I firmly believe that celebrities
unfortunately agree to give up most rights
to a private life,
in the instance of death,
this one being the death of their child for God sakes,
how is it that the media can't let
these people have some semblance of privacy
Do I have to listen to the EMT guy, tell the world
what John Travolta or Kelly Preston said in the ambulance?
Do I have to see a picture of a wooden crate, with
the reporter saying "Could that be Jett in that wooden
Does the speculation of how he died have to
overshadow the simple fact that a young child is gone?
How about the ripping into the whole
When someone's child dies, to me it
really doesn't matter if they where
Catholic or Jewish or
They are dead.
And let's not forget
to pre-judge them all
because maybe, just maybe
they didn't medicate him properly.
Are you kidding me??!!!
I am sad just imagining
what they might be feeling -
as a parent losing a child.
It chokes me up actually.
Mourning is hard enough,
it is a shame they are put in a
position to do it in front of the camera.
I'll leave it at that.
(I am now stepping down off my soapbox)