May 23rd, 2013, 21:20
I watched the music video for "Clouds" and the documentary, but I still wanted to know more. I checked out his Caring Bridge page. You can see everything there, from his diagnosis, treatments, his music career, to when he passed away. It is surreal in many ways. It makes me appreciate my life even more. I never heard of him before a few days ago but he made an impact on my life and has started to change my outlook on death.
A coworker's son was diagnosed with Leukemia in February this year. Zach's story gave me some insight into what my coworker must be dealing with. I hope their story ends differently.
I am thankful cancer doesn't really run in either of my parents' families. It seems a whole lot of people are affected by it nowadays.
RIP Zach. The world needs more people like you. :engel016: