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When I was a young girl..

So according to my mother, I used to listen to MCR a lot when I was a baby. I mean, I was born in 2002 which is also the year they became a band. I really like that I sort of came back to what I originally listened to. I found my way home, I guess. Ugh, that sounds so cringey. Sorry. I really love that though. It's like some deep part of me remembered this music and upon hearing it again, decided to make it the only thing that I listened to for a whole year straight. It's great.

Happy Birthday Gerard!

Gerard Way saved my life. So I want to celebrate his. Well, I guess writing a post on his former band's website isn't really celebrating, but it's the best I can do right now.

Meeting Gerard is the number one thing in my bucket list. If I met him I would probably cry, because he is the only reason I am still here today. And I would have so much to say, and thank him for, but I will probably never get the chance, so I'll write it here.

The first thing I would say is thank you. Thank you for saving my life. I now have the opportunity to live it. Thank you for being such an amazing role model.

March 22.

Today is the day that my favorite band died. It's been six years now, and I still don't think any of us have healed. Or maybe that's just me. But six years ago today, Gerard decided that it was the end. He said that MCR was not a band, but an idea. And that he knew we could survive, even though the band didn't. And while that's true, it doesn't mean we want to. But we do anyway. We keep going, because our orders were to carry on. And the idea that is MCR will carry on with us. We must pass it to anyone who will accept it, and keep the legacy living. It can't end with us.

Hey Guys

I feel like this website is full of people who need someone tonlisten. I am willing to listen to what you have to say ( that sounded kind of creepy, it wasn't meant to be, sorry.) In fact I am one of those people who need someone to listen. My grandma, who I had lived with for seven years, passed away four years ago.it left me with anxiety and depression that I didn't know how to deal with. I still dont. All that I know is that MCR saved me, cheesey as that sounds. I had reached the bottom. I wanted death. And Gerard told me that death wasn't the answer.

Hello, fellow Black Parade Marchers and Killjoys!

Sorry for the cheesy title. If you're reading this, you are probably just as sad about the breakup as I am, even after, what is it, nearly six years? I just remembered that this website was a thing, and decided it was time to look it up. So here I am. I love MCR with my life, because MCR saved my life. Ugh, that sounded gross and cheesy, sorry. But it is the truth. I signed a deal with the emo devil, and now it owns me, because it saved me. Sorry again. I'm tired, if you couldn't tell. Bye, I guess.