Here’s a video KD made in 2011. She doesn’t appear in it as she’s recording it, but her laughter can be heard. It is the only video on her YouTube channel.
The Batsto Citizens Committee / Historic Batsto Village page on Facebook has shared a photo by KD, and even made it their header photo. It may seem like a small thing, but it means very much to us that her passionate curiosity and appreciation of her historic surroundings are recognized by a local community who … Read More
September’s setting in and the days are already darker earlier. This week I visited KD’s grave and crash site. I guess it is a way of revisiting the horror and sadness. To pick up where we left off, sort of. But also, to be closer to her (or her memory).
Dreamed of a party somewhere in the woods, near water. It was warm out. Dusk setting in. Overcast. Many were there, but I recall Mina and Ron. And KD’s mom. We saw KD. She looked the same as the last time I saw her. We were all talking with her, but now I can’t recall what … Read More
Missing KD on her twenty-fifth birthday. While out earlier, I kept thinking how she would love tonight. Leafless trees in moonlight casting shadows across the snowy surface below. Our frozen, snowy world under the cool blue light of a bright white January moon on a star bespeckled deep blue stellar sky. Bright stars and far-away … Read More
It was this night, already one year ago, that KD was killed at this exact early morning hour. Her family will have to endure this horrid anniversary while functioning in meetings with county officials regarding the aftermath. Tonight’s moon solemnly shines down, through the warm September breeze pushing transparent clouds across the face. Thoughts go … Read More
It’s been almost a year since KD Cyr was killed when a pickup truck forced her car off the road last September. To honor KD and as an outlet to those who love her, this site went up this week. There is also a KD’s Legacy Facebook page where we encourage you to follow and interact. We … Read More