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Appreciation For Gail Smith By Kayleigh Gunnigle

Hiya Aunty Gail, its been far too long since we last spoke. Christmas Day it was. Was a flying visit unfortunatly, if I known it was to be the last time i would see you then I would have never left you. Me and Nicole went to a phsychick reading tonight, i told her you would be there and sure enough as we walked in and opened the little brochure it told us some hymms they would be singing and the music would be playing throughout and of course "no matter what" came on and i told nicole you were there. The medium didnt have time to get through everyone's spirits she said and I hope next time we go that you get through. I dont understand why you had to go, I just wish you could come back, even for just a second it would so be worth it! Heaven must be organised well if you are the one running the show! Miss you too much x x x x x x x x x x x

Added on: 19 June 2009


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