so i ran away...went to pauls brothers house with amanda, she ditched me, i freaked out, so now im at autumn and karlis tis be ok now ... but... i <3 but dont <3 paul ne mores ... but kyles still pretty kewl um yea but i gues im going home tomorrow and to synergy monday ... ttyl
two of my close friends got in a fight last night. they were drunk and decided to go out on the lake. at about 3:30 they drowned. i love you jimmy and john R.I.P. = [ im gonna miss their friendship, and them helping me out whenever i needed it, im gonna miss smokin with them and just chillin and fuckin around with them, im gonna miss all the fun we had and could've had, im gonna miss them so much. out of all of this i hope josh, naomi, becky, and he rest of the utter family have all the support they need to make things easier. i love you guys so much. ill be here to support you with whatever you need. the article that came out of the kc star this morning is below if you care enough to read it.
i love those boys ^
Two die in Lake Waukomis canoe accident
Two brothers drowned early Saturday in a canoe accident in Lake Waukomis, police said.
They were identified as James Utter, 23, and John Utter, 24, who both lived at the lake.
The incident occurred at about 3:30 a.m. and the bodies of the two were recovered in 25 feet of water about 9 a.m. by divers using sonar.
Detective Bob Boydston of the Lake Waukomis Police Department said the chain of events leading to the accident began about 1:30 a.m. when residents called police to report a disturbance and a fight. Two men reported to be involved in the incident then left the scene and returned later to take a canoe out into the lake.
At about 3:30 a.m. the same residents who reported the disturbance called to say they heard the men in distress in the 100-acre lake.
The bodies were recovered by members of the Lee’s Summit Underwater Rescue Team. Jim Summers of the unit said they received a call about 4:18 a.m.
The yellow canoe was pulled ashore about 10:30 a.m.
Other law enforcement agencies involved included the Weatherby Lake Police Department, Platte County Sheriff’s Department, and the Jackson County medical examiner.
my love goes out to the utter family in their time of need
<3 R.I.P. jimmy and john i love you