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Appreciation For Gail Smith By Kayleigh Gunnigle

Aunty Gail! gosh its been a while ay... am sorry I dont write on here as much as I'd like to but you know how hard it is. But am sat here watching the curious case of benjamin button and he said 'sometimes you need to lose somebody to realise how important they are to you' and it just made me think of you. Of couse am not saying I didnt realise you were important because I did and I still do. I know you are watching down on me and making sure that am safe over here on my own. I talk about you all the time, was even talking to Paula about you last night even though she didnt know you. Its hard to tell you how much I miss you because I'd be here forver telling you how much I loved you and how much I do still love you. This is definatly something I will never ever ever get over, I told Paula grief is something you need to learn to deal with and the pain never goes away. God I miss you. I don't know why it had to happen! There's so many horrible people out there and yet it was YOU taken from us!! I really don't understand it! Il try to leave you little messages more often Aunty G but its so hard. I keep expecting to see you and I can imagine what youre wearing, how you smell, what you would say 'hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii hunni! how are you doing?' always so friendly and happy. Thankyou for looking after me. Please keep us all safe and please if you need to send us little reminders youre there can it NOT be the snow hahahaa. Love you so much my lovely Aunty xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Added on: 24 June 2011


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