Email December 2009

by | May 2, 2011 | 1 comment

hey you,

i really miss you.  i’m in malmo sweden, and it’s still very cold here.  dark, too.  haven’t seen the sun in a while.
how are you and miss a?  i really really miss you guys, and can’t wait till i get back to hug and kiss and hold you.  you ladies are my love of my life, and i can’t imagine a life without you guys…
i hope you’re doing ok.  i just wanted to drop a quick email while k’s in the shower.
love you.


May 2, 2011

1 Comment

  1. Tora

    I just found your blog since I just found out dan passed away. The blog is beautiful! Keep writing.

    This post makes me remember him, I met him in Stockholm a few days before they went to Malmö. As me and my best friend showed him and the band how to party in Stockholm. Dan was such a nice guy. Giving me his email adress and telling me that if I ever came to NYC, let him now so he could give me the best spots in town to seE. Quite nice way of acting when you have only met once…

    I'm heading for NYC in a couple of weeks with my bf. For the first time ever. I will think of Daniel.

    I'm very sorry for your loss.


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