Sunday, 6 September 2009

Rest In Peace, Amy

My name is Kate. I was one of Amy’s closest friends before she passed away in July in a car accident. She was 26. For a long time I’ve been deliberating over whether I should post this and I haven’t known how to deliver the painful news to people I don’t know. I wasn’t even sure whether I should say anything at all, but I feel a responsibility to post this because Amy obviously felt this blog held some importance to her or she wouldn’t have continued posting until she did.

It is very hard to write this so soon after and I still feel hurt, but some of you may have grown close to her and so deserve to know what has happened. Amy didn’t talk about this blog extensively with me, mainly because I do not follow cricket and I barely know how to play it. We’d known each other since high school and she had always been the one who’d excelled at this sport. She was selected for the NSW all schools team and very nearly entered a career in playing cricket but it was hard for her because she never had the support she deserved and eventually she chose other talents over this and became a journalist.

Amy talked more about this blog with her boyfriend Andrew, and it was him who told me that we should probably tell readers of her blog what had happened. He was going to write this post himself but he wasn’t able to, just as it is so hard for me to do this now. I can only assume that this blog meant something to her because she kept writing even after she recently changed jobs and started working in Canberra as a staff member handling media relations for Kevin Rudd’s office. It was physically and mentally taxing and because of it we hadn’t been in much contact for the few weeks before she became sick. But she kept posting here and so I feel you should at least know what has happened to her. Amy was quite sick with the flu when she passed away, and she’d been driving back from Canberra Hospital when the accident happened. She wasn’t the driver at fault, but she might have been able to save her life if she wasn’t feeling a little lethargic from the Tamiflu she was taking.

I would just like to say that Amy was an amazing person. She was so dynamic. There were so many facets to her life. She was a writer, manager, feminist, sportsperson and as she joked to me the last time we talked, “a political lackey”. I like to think that most people didn’t know the whole Amy except for Andrew and close friends and family, not because she didn’t want them to know but because there was always so much going on with Amy it was almost intimidating. I hope that some of you got to know more sides of her than one and I feel regret for those who didn’t get the chance to because she was well worth knowing. For as long as I can remember, right through to high school, Amy was involved in the community, volunteering at any charity that would take her in, doing her bit to make her mark on the world. Now she is gone, these marks seem to be everywhere I look. She felt very strongly about things and hated discrimination of any kind. A good deal of her earnings went to microfinance organisations and she’d made the lives of many women around the world better through this. It’s as though she was only just on her way up the ladder of success when she passed away and the injustice of this cannot leave me.

Maybe something even more important to Amy was music. Sometimes it felt like she knew every song ever written. She didn’t, of course, but that was Amy. She loved good music. I always thought she could hold her own in a conversation with Alan Brough or Myf Warhurst. Amy always told me that her earliest memory was of when she was 2 and at the Live Aid concert. Her parents were always big on music too, and they’d been living in England for a few years when they attended Live Aid in 1985. Amy said she didn’t remember much, just a huge surge of people and noise, but it was still a defining moment in her life. She was 8 when Freddie Mercury died and 18 when George Harrison did, and both times she cried because music and the people related to it were such a big part of her life. Amy was probably more devoted to The Beatles than any other band. She was the truest supporter I’ve ever met, and a genuine appreciator of their music. She was also the only Beatles fan I know who didn’t hate Yoko Ono, but rather, loved her for being a strong, amazing woman. Soon after we met each other in high school, Amy wrote to Yoko telling her how much she admired her as a feminist and I can still remember Amy’s shock when Yoko actually wrote back with some kind words and a “thank you”. I’ve never heard the end of it. That was a huge thing for Amy when she was a teenager. From then on, music and feminism have been two massive parts of her life.

It took a while to find the necessary details to access Amy’s google account and post this, but it has been sorted out now. I hope that some of you got to see the real Amy for the strong, funny person she was and I hope you remember her in years to come. There were many, many people in this world who loved her, including me.

Amy’s funeral service was held on the 16th July. Rest In Peace, Amy.

I am a nature photographer for a magazine, but I’ve occasionally asked Amy to take a few shots of her. I’m not quite as good at photographing people, but this is one of my favourite photos of Amy. It was taken at the start of this year.

Feel free to use this photo of Amy for any appropriate purposes and to remember her as we will.

Sincerely,

Kate Mezzoni

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Purna said...

Hi Kate,

my deepest condolences. Amy meant a lot to us and we only knew her through her words. I can only imagine how much more amazing she would be in person. Thank you for letting us know. May her soul rest in peace.

adverbin said...

Oh No!! I have been wondering why Amy had stopped blogging but never dreamed that a person so alive ...
Why do such people die young?

My deepest condolences to her parents, Andrew and you Kate. Thank you for lettin us know. May her soul rest in peace.

The Cricket Corollary said...

I am so sorry for your loss, Kate & Andrew.

Brandon

richie_141 said...

My deepest condolences to Amy's friends and family. Thank you Amy, for the light you brought to my day every time I visited you here.

Although I only knew Amy through through her online presence I felt a connection with her through our shared interests. I will miss her so much, and can only imagine the pain felt by those closer to her.

Thank you so much for letting us know Kate, and for your beautiful words, and the insight into the wonderful person Amy was.

12th Man said...

Oh my God! It is shocking to hear this news. We've had a lot of arguments in the comments section of this blog and I can't get myself to believe she is no more.

My deepest condolences are with Amy's family.

Jess said...

Oh God no. I can't believe this, I'm so upset. I think I might cry.

I've been reading Amy's blog since it was started but I've never commented. I don't know why, but I never did. And now she's gone, I feel such raw emotions of sadness I'm compelled to say at least this.

Rest In Peace, Amy. You were a wonderful person, your writing was amazing, and you're just as gorgeous as your personality. Beautiful, may your soul rest in peace.

I encourage anyone who's ever read Amy's blog but not commented to leave a message of support here. Even if we only read Amy's blog and laughed at her brilliance, now is the time to say something, even if it is only as an "anonymous" person.

Stani Army said...

Amy, Ames, you are the real 'Awesome'.

I am so sorry Andrew. I cannot begin to imagine what you are feeling.

It is true, the star that shines twice as bright, really does live half as long. And boy did you shine bright Ames.

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'oon. (Surely we belong to Allah (God) and to Him shall we return)

Thank you Kate

Chris said...

We loved you, Amy.

We still love you and always will, wherever you go.

RIP.

Prafs said...

heartfelt condolences to amy's family, andrew and kate.
Good Bye Amy,
It's been a pleasure.

Anonymous said...

I've never commented here before either, like Jess, but I just wanted to say I loved Amy's work and may she rest in peace. This is a tragedy. The best people always seem to go first.

Gilles Tourette said...

My deepest condolences to Amy's friends and family. May her soul rest in peace. I am going to miss her humour.

straight point said...

i could not muster courage to read the post once i read amy is dead...

shocking will be understatement...

miss you amy... rest in peace...

Ben said...

Thank you for writing this Kate. Amy was a great writer and was clearly a great person.

I'm sorry for your loss.

J said...

I'm in total shock about this. When people disappear for a while you sometimes contemplate the worst but never really believe it. Her intelligence shone through.

RIP - only the good die young!

Rachel said...

Amy once told me in an email that she thought Bohemian Rhapsody was one of the best songs ever written.

I will be singing it tonight.

May Amy's soul rest in peace.

David Barry said...

This is really sad, and I only knew Amy as someone who used to write lots about Albie Morkel. It must be so much worse for those who knew her personally. I hope you're doing OK.

Lisa said...

Yes, she did write a lot about Albie. She laughed about that too, as did we. It was just one of the many things that made Amy special.

When I read what Amy wrote, I felt like I knew her. She was always so funny, so intelligent, and she had this way with words... whenever I read this blog, I felt like I was having fun and that was so important to me. Amy was accessible and kind and hilarious. This was my favourite blog ever.

My deepest condolences to Kate and Andrew. I'm sure you loved her very much. Thank you so much for letting us know what has happened. I don't usually do this, but I will pray for her. She was a special person.

I still remember the very funny vendetta she had against AB de Villiers. It was the funniest joke which led to much enjoyment on my part. I think we should remember Amy for the smart, hilarious writer she was. Maybe people could share their favourite thing about her.

-Lisa

Anonymous said...

This is the first time I've commented here. And I'm not really sure what to say...so sorry

Alex said...

This is shocking. I really loved this blog and Amy.

My condolences to her family and friends. This must be so hard to deal with.

Esra_Star said...

It's hard to write about loss as what we feel is nothing in comparison to those who knew Amy personally. But as a devoted regular she always made me feel as if we were genuine friends. Her sense of humour & well weighted arguments always kept me coming back.

Kate, as hard as this was for you to write, thank you. We needed this sad truth & as you can see Amy meant a lot to us all.

My deepest condolences to all involved.

RIP Amy, I will always boo AB in your memory xx

Homer said...

Kate,

Heartfelt condolences to you, Andrew and Amy's family.

This news comes as a shock. Inspite of knowing Amy only through her writings, I feel as though I have lost a friend.

Stay strong.

Anonymous said...

Amy, I will miss you so much. I wish I'd commented before.

Aashrey said...

Amy, We'll really really miss you. Rest in Peace :)

Megan said...

I only found this site shortly before her untimely death. I felt connected to her through her writing. It seems so sad and so strange to read of this. I feel guilty for getting on here and chastising her for not blogging anymore.

RIP dear lady.

Cathy said...

Very sad to hear this tragic news. I enjoyed our twitter chats. Much love to Amy's family and friends.

Morne's girl said...

I think I am still in shock. It must be hard for her loved ones.

Jane said...

Oh god, I was so afraid of this. I live in Canberra myself and for the past few months swine flu is spreading so fast that it's almost difficult to avoid it.

RIP Amy, you didn't deserve to die.

missjane said...

Thanks for letting us know, Kate... my thoughts and prayers are with all of Amy's family and friends.

Like everyone else, I'm shocked and saddened, and I feel blessed to have had this small contact with her. I will miss her comments on cricket, great writing, skewed sense of humour and what was obviously a great energy for life.

When she first started posting I wondered how she would keep up the pace, but she managed it! Vale, Amy - I'll remember you every time we play SA.

scorpicity said...

Hi... This is shocking and at such an young age. My sincere condolences to her family and friends and may her soul rest in peace and all those lovely memories remain as strong and vibrant.

Bless you Amy.

Savio said...

my deepest condolences. May her soul rest in peace

rhoe said...

Ahh... this hurts. I've been coming here everyday hoping for a return of her blogging, but she's in a better place now. Amy was an intelligent, witty, funny, hilarious individual. It was a joy knowing her over the internet. All the persons close to her were surely fortunate for the opportunity.

Hope her soul rest in peace and condolences to Kate, Andrew and all others affected by this tragedy.

Miss Field said...

I am so sorry for your loss.

The cricket blogging community is fairly close, and her contribution to our small world shone.

In fact, it sounds like she shone in every facet of her life, and I feel privileged to have been part of it in the tiniest, most obscure way.

We will miss her.

Thank you for letting us know.

Astrid

The Nightwatchgirl said...

Kate - thank you for letting us know this awful news. As Miss Field said, we all keep an eye and it was only last week I was speaking with Jrod about how much we enjoyed Amy's blog.

My condolences to Amy's family and friends.

achettup said...

I'm so sorry, this is devastating news. My deepest, heartfelt condolences to you Kate, Andrew and her family and friends. Thank you for letting us know, and for your beautiful tribute to a very special person.

Amy, thanks so much for all the joyous moments. I shall miss you.

Antony

samina said...

Hi,

I'm only 16 so not very good at handling death, but this got to me.
I always wondered why Amy stopped blogging but just thought it was cos she was probably busy with work etc. Never did I think of this..

Thank you so much Kate for letting us all know. Amys blog became a part of my life, reading up after anything happened in cricket, just to hear her opinion and laugh with her.

She brought cricket fans together all around the world.

I'll miss her.
Samina. x

Anonymous said...

deepest condolences....RIP amy ..i enjoyed every bit of her blog...she was a gr8 gal...albies gal....

take care kate n andrew..

Prabu said...

We've all known Amy for a very short while but she went to the top few blogs on cricket that I checked every day in avery short time period due to her very witty writing and the passion it showed for cricket. It feels like we've lost one of our friends.

It is a tragedy to lose someone this young and I pray for her loved ones that would miss her the most.

Kate, tt must have been hard for you to do this and thanks for letting us know.

Megha said...

This is really sad news. My heartfelt condolences to you Kate, Andrew and all Amy's friends and family.

Thank you for all the smiles that your writing brought, Amy. RIP.

Abhi said...

May your soul rest in peace Amy. You were a joy to read and as others have mentioned must have been a truly wonderful person to know.
My deepest condolences to Amy's family and friends.

miriam said...

I'd never met Amy but am sure that had I done so, we would have been friends. I loved her blog, which never failed to make me laugh, brightened up my day and was always inclusive and uniting. If she was even half as delightful in real life as on the blog she must have been a truly remarkable person. My condolences to her friends and family.

The Skiver said...

Rest in peace, Amy. The world is a poorer place without you.

Samir Chopra said...

I was shocked to hear this from Homer today. Amy was a wonderful member of the blogging community and we will all miss her terribly. My heartfelt condolences to her family. May they find the strength and courage to live life in her absence in the years ahead.

Johan said...

Absolutely devastating news.

Claire said...

I always looked forward to Amy's posts- her writing was sharp, full of life and very funny.

This is such awful news. My thoughts and deepest sympathies are with those who were close to her.

Crow said...

I want to reach out to you guys in sharing this grief. I have been a regular reader of Amy's blog and her personality came through in her posts - she was fun, passionate, really interesting and totally involved.

Jonathan said...

What terrible news. We missed her, but didn't want to think it was more than that. Thanks, Kate - my thoughts and prayers with you and Amy's family and friends.

Jason H. said...

I was listening to I'll Follow The Sun by The Beatles when I read this post. This is such a huge shock and I give my deepest condolences to Amy's friends and family, but the aptness of that song really strikes me.

One day you'll look to see I've gone
But tomorrow may rain,
so I'll follow the sun


Amy was the sun. RIP Amy.

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Jess said...

You're disgusting, Anonymous. Amy spent so much of her time fighting people exactly like you - too cowardly to even leave their name but all too happy to abuse her.

Crownish said...

This is shocking news, I loved her writing and I'm quite clueless about what to say.

My deepest condolences, may her soul rest in peace.

Ella said...

I feel cheated and betrayed having discovered her blog so close to her death. She added richly to the prevailing cricket literature. I managed to post a few times before she died and she used to address it one in an assiduous manner.

Such a tragic loss for us but more particularly her family and friends.

Amreen said...

My deepest condolences to Amy's family and friends. Rest In Peace Amy..... we'll miss you.

The MG said...

To Kate, Andrew and Amy's family and friends,

My deepest condolences - the great loss I feel as someone who merely read her blog pales in comparison to your loss. I am sure that the many great memories she has given you all will help you overcome your grief. However, the world is poorer for this loss.

Amy, I thoroughly enjoyed your intelligent and witty writing - your posts threw a highly entertaining light on cricket. Rest in peace, and be proud of all you achieved in your sadly short life.

The MG.

Ally said...

I hope her writing is preserved for posterity. RIP Amy.

Ankit Poddar said...

my deepest heart felt condolences!

Amy, I am sure you are reading this page, from some where up there!

You were one of the most wonderful and wittiest authors, I have had the pleasure to read!

I regret, that we never told you this enough times, when you were still providing us with great content!

May God Bless Your Soul!
Rest in Peace, Amy! You absence on the cricket blogosphere will be sorely felt!

Anonymous said...

Well, I have been too numb to write since I saw jrod's post yesterday.
I was even hoping that it was jrod's morbid humour of making a RIP post out of a blog-quitting post from Amy
Even when I saw Kate's post here, I was half expecting a 'boo' from Amy at the last saying that "Amy" was merely an online creation, who has now been retired by her and the real Amy is still alive.

It is hard to believe now that she is really not with us.

I was wondering...we should have known, with so much happening in the Ashes, it was hardly likely that she would not even post a small note right?

A very witty, intelligent, inoffensive personality she came across as in this blog. I kept coming back every day to this blog hoping for an update since that last post -and indeed, it never struck me to write a comment asking where she was. Maybe, thats the way it was written.

A sad, sad day - the fact that she can touch the lives of people who barely knew her as an online phantom can feel so shows how much of a wonderful person she was. Rest in Peace, Amy S. One day, we hope, we'll all recreate this blog in heaven, or hell, since that is where souls who dislike Aussie Cricketers go as you noted ever so wittily in your sidebar.
-raj

raj said...

Well, I have been too numb to write since I saw jrod's post yesterday.
I was even hoping that it was jrod's morbid humour of making a RIP post out of a blog-quitting post from Amy
Even when I saw Kate's post here, I was half expecting a 'boo' from Amy at the last saying that "Amy" was merely an online creation, who has now been retired by her and the real Amy is still alive.

It is hard to believe now that she is really not with us.

I was wondering...we should have known, with so much happening in the Ashes, it was hardly likely that she would not even post a small note right?

A very witty, intelligent, inoffensive personality she came across as in this blog. I kept coming back every day to this blog hoping for an update since that last post -and indeed, it never struck me to write a comment asking where she was. Maybe, thats the way it was written.

A sad, sad day - the fact that she can touch the lives of people who barely knew her as an online phantom can feel so shows how much of a wonderful person she was. Rest in Peace, Amy S. One day, we hope, we'll all recreate this blog in heaven, or hell, since that is where souls who dislike Aussie Cricketers go as you noted ever so wittily in your sidebar.

Aussie cricket fan said...

I just can't believe she is no longer around. I can't believe she will not add to her blog narrative. Her personality came across as so full of vitality. Her picture also bespeaks of that.

A life so cruelly truncated.

RIP Amy. Forever missed!

Jane said...

Goodbye Amy. I hope you had the chance to farewell your loved ones before you passed on. Such a tragic and needless loss.

Sidthegnomenator said...

I'm so glad you posted this - thank you. RIP Amy.

x

Sriram Dayanand said...

This is really sad and surreal for me personally. I just discovered Amy's delightful blog weeks ago and now...

RIP Amy...and my thoughts go out to your friends and family in this time of tragedy.

Srishti said...

Amy, I will miss you. Your blog never failed to make me laugh. I fell in love with your witty and outrageous sense of humour, and your enthusiasm. My condolences to Kate and Andrew, may you rest in peace.

Goutham Chakravarthi L S said...

I have never commented here before though I have followed this blog for quite a while. I have shared my memories of reading Amy's blog in a blog post of my own http://giftofdevil.blogspot.com/2009/09/well-miss-you-amy.html

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Dead Badger said...

Dear Kate,

I'm ever so sorry to hear this, but thank you for posting it; I'm sure it can't have been easy. Sincerest condolences to all those who knew her personally; I often wondered what the person behind this blog must be like, and it sounds like she really was a joy to know.

Best wishes,
Simon

The Cricket Corollary said...

I am very sad. When I heard she was ill I kept sending her Albie pics and even made her the coolest Albie wallpaper.

She inspired me so very much. This woman gave one of my favourite cricketers the best fitting nickname: ROFL. Who could top that?...

I remember arguing with her & Esra about ROFL, they wanted him to be an evil elf & I was desperate to find a hobbit, we eventually picked Luke Wright as the saviour of Middle-Earth.

Every time someone use 'ROFL' I'll remember her wittiness. Whenever I post those caricature I think about how much she loved them.

As a huge AB-fan, I actually loved her vendetta against him. I loved reading her posts. She provided so much joy to us and she will forever be missed.

Brandon

Rayden said...

I can't believe this. My deepest condolences to Amy's family and friends.

I read Amy's blog regularly and this was definitely one of the best cricketing blogs I had come across.

Andrew said...

RIP Amy, the small part of the world that you have touched will miss you and remember you. Your talent, humour and personality were apparent through your writing and as so many people have mentioned, it is obvious we got only a small part of the whole package. Condolences to family and friends.

Bryan said...

I am still very much in shock. I couldn't believe she was not commenting on the Ashes. Now we all know. It is so truly and cruelly tragic I don't know what to say.

Bryan said...

I am still very much in shock. I couldn't believe she was not commenting on the Ashes. Now we all know. It is so truly and cruelly tragic I don't know what to say.

David said...

I guess it says something about the role fate plays in our lives. Amy seemed to love her new job and even wondered whether it was possible to continue this blog because of it. The move to Canberra and her bout of swine flu probably sealed her tragic fate. She was a wonderful writer.

RIP Amy Sanders

Psych Babbler said...

RIP Amy. And my condolences to her family, to you Kate, Andrew and all her loved ones...

Christopher Poshin David said...

My deepest condolences to Kate, Andrew and her familly.

I'll surely miss her funny and thought provoking articles. Her Australian way of looking at cricket was amzing and when she took a dig at the English or the Proteas, she made sure all would laugh....

Surely will miss her.

Arno said...

Our loss is great but the loss for her family and friends is much greater.

Deepest condolences to them.

Soulberry said...

This is terrible news Kate.

My deepest condolences to Amy's family and Andrew and friends.

Thank you Kate for letting us know.

May Amy rest in peace.

P

Anonymous said...

Such sad news for her family and friends.

I only just heard about this blog and wanted to pay my respects, she seemed to have a real way with words and you can feel her passion. She sounded like a really nice person too.

RIP Amy

Jaunty Quicksand said...

Oh goodness! For weeks my daily routine has featured a stop at this blog, waiting for the next post to come...and wondering how the Ahes have not merited a single word. Now that I know why it will not, there's a lump in my throat.

She did not know me, I did not know her (I never commented before today) but her love for Albie and loathing (sort of) for AB was just one of the many reasons to read her posts. Hearing about her private side, a side she very magnanimously kept hidden, makes it even more tragic.

Kate, thank you for letting us know. It tells us a lot about Amy that she had friends like you. My condolences to you, Andrew and her family.

We will miss her. Very much.

Manish

Yogitha said...

Like alot of people i loved reading Amy's blog but never posted a comment. I was totally shocked to read Kate's post. I just assumed she had become busy with work. She really had a knack for writing and her humorous views on cricketers made my day. My deepest sympathies to her loved ones. May her soul rest in peace.

Yogitha

Anonymous said...

Its one of the things you learn about life that it's hard to explain why someone who had so much left to contribute to the world left it so prematurely.

Every day I would visit this blog to post. She sometimes responded to what I said in the comments section. From her twitter it sounds as if she had succumbed really badly to the flu just before she died.

RIP Amy.

Kate and Andrew said...

Thank you to everyone for the lovely words left here in response to this post. We are overwhelmed by the number of people who have left a comment paying tribute to Amy.

We have also viewed some of the blog posts honouring Amy, and while we can't respond individually to every one of them, we thank the authors immensely for recognising the loss of Amy. It actually does mean a lot to us that people cared about Amy in such a way, and we're certain Amy would have felt the same way too.

Again, thank you for sharing some of your sorrow. The wound left by Amy's passing away is still fairly raw but we can find some comfort in knowing that she had a positive impact on other people in her short life.

Please do not underestimate the worth of any sense of loss you feel after becoming aware of this. Any pain is real pain, and we do not wish to compare it to the pain that people who knew Amy personally feel. We're well aware of the kind of person Amy was, and she had this knack of making almost everyone grow attached to her through her personality and actions. She was just that kind of person.

Sincerely,

Kate & Andrew

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Dale said...

She died with too many words still left in her.

French Sydneysider said...

I can't believe what I'm reading... It'd been a while since I visited the blog, thinking that work commitments had kept Amy very busy. If only.. what a tragedy, my thoughts are with her family and those who loved.

Oliver said...

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Anne said...

This was my favourite cricket blog site. I feel selfish for saying that I feel cheated because she is gone but I just have missed her thoughts and wits so much.

RIP Amy, you achieved a lot in your short life and you'll never be forgotten.

Wasim said...

This is terrible news!
My condolences to her family and friends. She will surely be missed by the blogging community.

maddie said...

Such awful news! I loved reading Amy's blog over the last summer of cricket. My condolences to her loved ones.

Amy S - you're my inspiration and I won't forget you

Annie said...

Such a brilliant writer and personality - such a tragically truncated life.

©hinaman said...

I had written to her to ask her to join our webring. I still have her prompt and enthusiastic response.

I only knew the cricket blogger in her, with that wicked sense of humour.

Thanks for writing this, Kate. I now realise she was also an amazing person. I am left with a sense of loss for someone I hardly knew.

My deepest condolences to her family and friends.

Goodbye, Amy. Rest in peace.

Michelle said...

I felt like I knew her despite only seeing her keyboard personality essentially. Kate's eulogy enlightened us even more as to what an amazing person she was.

RIP Amy S.

Mariam said...

this is shocking and tragic at the same time...i was wondering why there were no recent posts...
I hope this blog never gets erased may it be a memory of what amy was to all of us...each comment ...each argument and all the fun comic elements.....oh how i will miss them...

AND I do hope that one day the real albie morkel or junior read dis blog...she tuched so many lives..i cant believe she's really gone...

my deepest condolences are with her parents ,KATE and ANDREW and also with all the PEOPLE who read dis blog .....
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE AND MAY ALLAH SHINE HIS LIGHT ON HER...

TODAY i'm at a loss of words to describe her....this was the first ever real blog dat i kept readin evryday and it was my FAVOURITE...
we've not just lost a great part of cricket but we've lost so much more....

I WILL NEVER 4GET U AMY S....U ALWAYS made me laugh but today u made me CRY......

Mariam said...

its hard to get rid of all the pain and the sad,hollow, empty feeling inside me...words fail me today

Anonymous said...

Goodbye Amy.

Priya said...

Goodbye Amy, we'll miss you...

Maverick said...

I am in total shock to read this news! Amy was such a well known personality in our world of Cricket Bloggers.

My Deepest Condolences to her family & loved one's.

Thanks a lot Amy for providing us with wonderful posts & entertaining posts on your blog.

You Were Wonderful....You will Be Missed...

Miss You...

Rest in Peace

Dave said...

Curse the swine flu for claiming her. Remember how she used to talk about the funny ways people found this blog, especially the one about Steyn.

RIP Amy.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to miss her so much.

Anonymous said...

Hey Kate,

My deepest condolences to you, Andrew and Amy's family. Amy made cricket fun for me...may her soul rest in peace

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Tabrez said...

Still cannot believe you're gone.

You know the most beautiful thing about you Ames was that no matter who it was you spoke to, you made them feel like they were the most important person in the world.

We miss you bad.

Anonymous said...

A very sad loss. I still can't believe it.

Michael V said...

So very sad and disappointed to read this. I checked her twitter and it seems that she knew she was going to die. She said she was so ill there in her last one.

I loved her wicked sense of humour and take on cricket. I'm still shocked though.

I will always remember her as Albie's girl.

Reverse Swing said...

deepest condolencesto her family friends and all cricket bloggers.

She just become an inspiration for me to start my own blog for the game I love.

may her soul rest in peace

nishitak said...

I used to pop in every now and then to read Amy's sarcastic and witty comments on cricket. It actually took me some time to process what I was reading in front of me.

My condolences to you, Andrew, and her family on your loss.

Thank you for the wonderful post, and for sharing the Amy you know. I just knew Amy - the cricket buff.

Thanks also for sharing the wonderful photo of Amy.

RIP Amy

Protea said...

RIP Amy S. A great loss and sadly missed.

Rhoe said...

My checking in everyday is still a habit. I miss you, your posts and your responses so very much!

miss her so very much.

Rest in Peace. You will never be forgotten.

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I had wondered why Amy had not posted. I thought she had got a job and just been too busy after the flu. Although I kept hoping she would comment just once on the Ashes. But as she hadn't I had given up checking this site.

This is such a shock and so very very sad. I very much enjoyed her writing and sense of cricket fun - and really missed it when she stopped posting. And now all I can do is cry. I am truly upset. Quite devastated.

And to be wiped of the planet by a car. I hate peoples reliance on them. And no I don't drive. I had a good friend who was killed on his motorcycle by a hit and run driver - he was in his 20s - tragedy isn't always just around the corner sometimes it is on the same side of the road and coming straight at you!

When I see the Saffers I will always remember Amy - she had some brilliant insights. She was their most interesting fan by miles and I will miss her so much.

The photograph is beautiful - I envy your talent - I've spent much of this year trying to get portraits of County crickets...I'm not very good with a camera.

Thank you for posting this sad update to Amys story - it is such a shame it has ended this way - she had such talent.

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I started off reading this post waiting eagerly for the sentence which states that all of it is a joke.
I can't believe this happened.

I was also an anonymous reader from India who never commented before, but enjoyed her subtle humor and quick wit immensely.

My deepest condolences to her relatives and friends. It must be really sad for them to lose such a lively, good natured person.

Chintan Vinod Shinde said...

This a real shocker.I was wondering why Amy stopped blogging. I have been keeping away from cricket blogs for last few weeks. I visited this blog today hoping that Australia blowing apart England would have rekindled some spark in her. I was certain there would be a new post. Little did I expect that the post will inform me that the wittiest cricket blogger I have known is dead. This is disheartening beyond words. I am still hoping this is some prank that she is playing.

RIP Amy. You entertained us through victories and defeats and through those tame draws and washed out days. Cricket will never be the same gain.

Condolence to her family and friends.

Cricket fiend said...

This has really upset me more than you could realise. How must the people close to her be feeling?

fordaluvofMorne said...

my deepest condolences to all those who knew Amy in person.

Amy ... you are truly amazing... we will miss you... rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

RIP Amy

nestaquin said...

Thank you Kate and thank you Amy for your words. This is a sharp reminder of why we should all live each day as it is our last. My deepest condolences to all affected. It is all so terribly sad when someone so young is gone. May her memory live long and strong.

Dominique said...

I just wanted to say that I am deeply saddened to find out what happened to Amy. I never met her and I only came across her blog by chance. I immediately fell in love with her blog (helped on by the fact that I am a huge Albie Morkel fan), and there were many times I got a really good laugh from what she wrote and, more importantly, how she wrote, e.g. I can no longer look at AB de Villiers without calling him 'die AB'. From what I have read, she was an intelligent and funny young woman.

I never thought I'd be affected by the passing of someone I never knew, but I am genuinely upset by the news of her passing. Thank you so much for letting us, her readers, know.

My deepest and sincerest condolences.

jrod said...

Kate, I was just wondering if you could email me at cwb@cricketwithballs.com

Cheers

Jrod

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I still haven't forgotten you, Amy. A few days might go by when I don't miss this blog and the humour it brought to my life, but then almost always I'm jerked back to reality and I remember this wonderful place for what a welcoming environment it was.

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初めての書き込みでちょっぴり緊張してます、男の人と出会うきっかけがなくて!こう言う場をかりてみるのもひとつのきっかけですよね。周りの友達は彼氏とラブラブの毎日、あたしもラブラブな毎日を過ごしたい、21歳の恥ずかしがり屋なんで、年上で引っ張ってくれる人がいいです。メールしてくれたら返事は確実だよ♪ワクワクしながらメール待ってます love.love.happy-@docomo.ne.jp

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スタービーチ said...

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神待ち said...

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ツイッター said...

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スタービーチ said...

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モバゲー said...

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