@jalinmichael Man, I'm still trying to figure out if I could still find you somewhere in this world. You're just too real that I feel like you're still here. You left me and Kanav devastated, and a piece of me has died with you when you're gone. But the memories we had in the past three years were real, and I'm so appreciative of your existence in my life. I just wish I could have said a few last words to you before you left. I hope you're in a better place, and if there's any chance we would meet again, you would still be my brother from another mother. ❤
It took a lot of thought and planning, but I'm happy to say I got my memorial tattoo for one of my best friends - @alan_kempf - who passed away earlier this year! The hockey puck and hockey lace signify his passion for the MN Wild along with the birth date, death date, and signature. The doll on the hockey puck is the logo from his favorite band, @korn_official, and the quote is from a band we both love, @shinedown, which happens to be my favorite band. Special thanks to @taylorhouston94 for working with me on the design and giving the tattoo!
Brotherhood...❤️ I really hope to see Brian again.
Repost By @_pw40_: 'His face was digitally superimposed onto his brothers’ performances for scenes that Walker had not yet shot and in a modified ending in which his character Brian O’Conner drives off into the sunset. “I just hope we get to — I don’t know — have a little cameo and bring Paul back to save the day and I get to help create that again,” Caleb Walker, 40, said in an interview last week. “That’s my dream and I hope we get to do that in one of the future movies.” “I think there could potentially be a way to do it. But it would take a lot of thought and it’d have to be tasteful. It would have to be tasteful,” Cody Walker, 30, said in the interview. “He was the real deal, the real car guy. And in his absence, I — you know — I think it’s lost its way in a big way.” Caleb and Cody Walker were promoting “I Am Paul Walker,” a new one-hour documentary about the actor’s childhood, family and career directed by Adrian Buitenhuis. It premiered last weekend on the Paramount Network.
Both Walker brothers became fathers for the first time last year and live in Southern California. They have not re-watched the full “Furious 7” film since attending the premiere' #ripangelwalker#Fast9#Fastandfurious9#F9#brotherhood#brothers#brianoconner#itsnevergoodbye#seeyouagain#fastfamily#family#familyfirst#teampw