NOVEMBER 19, 2020: “Carry On” …

If you didn’t already know this by now, my daughter isn’t just any kid. She’s a real life superhero and I just can’t say it enough. No one will ever really know exactly what she has been through the last five or six years or how bittersweet this night is for us both. It’s the long-awaited series finale of her favorite show, “Supernatural“.

There aren’t enough words that I could write at this moment, because not only am I a raw and open wound after having watched it, I literally just don’t have them. What I can tell you is that if you click here you’ll go back to just over a year ago and catch a glimpse of what this show has meant to not just her survival journey, but mine. If if I had lost her, too, on the night that Zack left, I don’t know where in the actual hell I’d be now.

This show is the reason she was brave enough to reach out to the ImALIVE crisis helpline on August 22, 2019, when she began to realize that Zack, her “Bobby Singer“, was, indeed, going to end his own life that night and that’s why we still have her with us. So, yes, this night is bittersweet for both of us. But as I’ve told her all along … sometimes endings really are just beginnings.

Heaven ain’t just re-livin’ your golden oldies anymore … it’s what it always shoulda been – everyone happy, everyone together. It ain’t just Heaven, Dean. It’s the Heaven you deserve.

{Bobby Singer to Dean Winchester}

So, with that, I leave you now with the last two scenes from one of the most impactful eras of our lives. If you know our story? If you know Zack’s story? You’ll understand exactly what these two fictional yet poignant moments mean to me and my little girl.

3 thoughts on “NOVEMBER 19, 2020: “Carry On” …”

  1. I feel you sweetie because they’re how I made it through my darkest days as well. I watched it months ago when it came out on Netflix and it literally took me several tries before I actually could do it. Thank you for sharing this with us because I really needed to be reminded of my heroic handsome guys and smile while I remember every single episode since I’ve binged it several times lol. I’m really grateful your daughter was brave enough to reach out and is still here and being a beautiful little warrior. Suicide Prevention is the number one charity I always support because like you I’m a survivor of it. I’m not sure if you remember me but we really clicked in the Shinedown group and here I am. Take care sweetie and I hope you have amazing holidays!!! 💜🤘🎶💯♾💙🎵🦋💛⚠️🖤🎸💥💥💕💕

    On Fri, Nov 20, 2020 at 1:38 AM The Diary Of My Perfection … wrote:

    > CAT WILLIAMSON: Warrior. Motivator. SURVIVOR; posted: ” If you didn’t > already know this by now, my daughter isn’t just any regular kid. She IS my > hero, and I cannot say it enough. No one, and I mean NO ONE, will ever > really know exactly what she has been through the last five or six years, > or just how bit” >


    1. I LOVE THIS! Thank you SO much for taking the time to read it, much less respond. And yes ma’am … they don’t make guys like this anymore, right? Well at least that’s how it seems sometimes. The truth is, THEY’RE OUT THERE! Maybe there just so hard to find because they’re BUSY doing “hero shit”! Lol! Be well and take care of YOU!


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