"She started living with me last year just when I was leaving to go to work on Fast (& Furious 6). It’s really kind of tearing on me trying to maintain the balance. She just turned 15 and it’s a critical time. I’m big with analogies so I look at it like this big rocket ship and she’s on this launching pad.
I want to get the trajectory right. It’s just me and my daughter and I’m gonna be her dad for the rest of our lives so I want it to be cool. I sure as hell don’t want to be looking back and go, ‘F**k, what if, and I should’ve been home more’. She’s super supportive and is like, ‘No, go; this is what you do’. I’m like, ‘We’ve got three years and you’re gonna be out of the house. How much longer before you show up with Johnny?’
We’re really honest with each other which is cool. She tells me what her needs are and tries to be a little tougher than I want her to be sometimes. I want her to be more revealing like, ‘You’re not home enough…’ I want her to say those things.” - Paul Walker
This absolutely breaks my heart. These are some of Paul’s last words in his last interview with WENN. Meadow will not see his dad home again. Paul will never witness his daughter grow up, graduate. He has lost the opportunity to be with his daughter on her launching pad.
Paul Walker’s death has shocked a nation, as it should be. Just like Cory’s death earlier this year, his death was from someone you least expect. Paul stayed away fro the tabloids, from the Hollywood scene. Instead, he stayed within the things that he loved.
Cars. Charity and the Ocean.
He died with the two things he loved the most - cars and charity.
May he rest in peace, may the media give the Walker family space. And may Meadow Rain find solace at this time of grieving.
She may have lost her daddy physically, but I know that her daddy will be watching over her in heaven.