Linkin Park - RIP Chester Bennington

I can't believe how long it's been since my last blog.  As I sit here and see what my previous entry was, I am heartbroken.  For those of you who know me, I am a Linkin Park fan and have been for several years. I've seen them many times in concert and have watched them perform more than any other band out there.  I was drawn to their music.  They just had a special and beautiful way of expressing how I was feeling.  Growing up, they would sing about things that I would oftentimes be too afraid to verbalize and explain things in a way no one else could. It's difficult for me to expound and for once in my life, I am at a loss for words.  

A couple of weeks ago, my sister (who first introduced me to the band's music) and I made our way to a couple of memorials for Chester Bennington. I was just going through those pictures, so I've decided to share them with you as well.

 at the back alley of the Seventh Letter Art Gallery - 346 N. Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles

at the back alley of the Seventh Letter Art Gallery - 346 N. Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles

 Artist Owen Dippie adding the finishing touches - www.owendippie.com

Artist Owen Dippie adding the finishing touches - www.owendippie.com

 by Artists Jonas Never, Kryst, and Mr Kub at the Rock'n Pies Pizza in Sherman Oaks - 12920 Riverside Drive

by Artists Jonas Never, Kryst, and Mr Kub at the Rock'n Pies Pizza in Sherman Oaks - 12920 Riverside Drive

 at Warner Bros Records in Burbank

at Warner Bros Records in Burbank

RIP Chester.  Prayers go out to you and your loved ones.