I was shocked. Only thing I managed to do was to look at the screen, paralysed.\n\nShould I [[watch the video footage of the accident]] or just [[say a prayer for him]], I wasn't sure.
Had my breakfast, a bowl of cereal, in the living room like I usually do and started to work on my part of the project.\n\nI get distracted easily whenever my computer is connected to the Internet. That's when I decided to [[look up to the Facebook]].
First, I took a look at the most popular news on my feed. Having seen most of it, I decided to change it to catch up the recent posts. It was then that the course of my day [[changed]].
A link to a news page, informing about the death of my friend [[in a terrible accident]].
Woke up at 11:00 a.m. this morning. Talked to my associate on the phone and agreed to work at home for today.\n\nI decided to power up my computer before I [[got something to eat]].
I closed up the Facebook and said a prayer for him..\n\n"Rest in peace, my friend. You have touched many lives and you'll be remembered."\n\nThen, I decided to tell people about him, Cenk, in Twiny Jam...
Farewell to a Friend
I still wasn't sure when I started watching the footage. \n\nIt wasn't making things better at all. \n\nI didn't want to remember him that way. He was the guy that taught me many things and did many goods for me in conscription. \n\nHe was one of the people that helped me complete conscription just by doing paperwork.\n\nI wanted to [[remember him as he was|say a prayer for him]].