Corey Haim's mom says no to public memorial; Corey Feldman says no to crying
Turns out Haim's mother Judy has nixed that idea, according to E! Online.
"Her reasoning for this is that she is in tremendous grief and feels that to create an event celebrating Corey's life would be too much for her to bear at this time," Feldman wrote on his blog Thursday..
What about a midnight screening of Lost Boys? I'd be up for that.
If you're worried about Feldman, don't be. He seems to be coping, though I detect a sense of paranoia. You be the judge.
"I am still standing. I am not going to let them get to me. I stayed indoors crying every day for 2 weeks. The second I leave my house they follow me, then make a spectacle, and then berate me for trying to get out of the house and live my life," he writes. "Would they rather I hid in a cave waiting for depression to fully encompass my soul? I’m sorry but I choose to live my life and move forward as best as possible. I have a child, therefore I must work. I cannot dwell in misery."
Okay, at this time, Stuck in the '80s will back away -- very slowly -- from this story.