Last night she [Marianna Komlos] began hallucinating, as if she was seeing people walk through the room. Approximately a half hour later, at 8 PM she went into a violent seizure, which lasted about 25 minutes. She finally passed out and died shortly afterward.
Marianna always wanted me to marry her, so when I came up to Prince George on Monday I had a diamond ring in my pocket. She was so happy when I slipped it on her finger that she couldn't stop crying. Even under sedation, she would get excited when I mentioned the wedding, but unfortunately there wasn't enough time for that.
After it was all over, I put her wedding band onto her finger, put mine on and gave her a kiss. For me, that's enough--I will always consider her to be my wife.
The day before yesterday when I walked into her room she was lying there with her belly bloated, her hair shaved off, her eyes sunken and black-rimmed, looking more like Gollum than the girl we all know as Marianna. And she was still the most beautiful thing I had ever laid eyes on. While she lay there she was leafing through a pamphlet explaining in detail what was going to happen to her as she died, and reading it as casually as you would the Sunday paper.
Another loss to the Wrestling World, although not as big of a star as some, still as sad sad losss. R.I.P.
I ran, I ran so far away 'cos I want you to want me and I was angry when I met you, you stupid girl
Originally posted by ScottLadd>The day before yesterday when I walked into her room she was lying there with her belly bloated, her hair shaved off, her eyes sunken and black-rimmed, looking more like Gollum than the girl we all know as Marianna. And she was still the most beautiful thing I had ever laid eyes on.
This is a truly sad quote, and anybody who has ever lost a loved one can relate. Although I do think message board sympathy is a little pointless, I'll definitely go to sleep (any moment now, being 2:34am) with this sad passage on my mind. My sympathy definitley goes to her family and loved ones, even with the unlikeliness they will ever see this.
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