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Appreciation For Gail Smith By Kayleigh Gunnigle

Its that time of year again. Just after christmas. Everyones moaning there skint.. If only they knew there problems pale in comparisin too my families at this time. Please help this pain go away. The most heartbreaking day of ky life. My mum telling me. Seeing my dad and my uncle ry devastated in the livingroom but my mum stayed strong. Why can't I stay strong? Felt so cold that day. Couldn't even eat. Had too get my sisters frim school. My poor abbie asking me was u going too b okay. I had too lie too her knowing my poor baby sister was going too b devastated in 5 minutes. My dad told them. Seeing them cry was so hard. Nicole stays strong. Me and abbie not so much. Were always the first too cry aren't we? Please take the pain away from my sisters and my dad. I don't want them too hurt any nore. I'd gladly take all the pain jus so they don't have too feel ut especially abbie. She misses you so much. She is your image which upsets her so much coz she finds it hard too b around herself I think. Got my infinity times infinity tatoo fir u. Dad thinks its an audi sign he's crazy! Still pains me the last thing I ever said too u was see u later. Way with words me! I hope u liked our tree. Love you infinity times infinity. No matter what xxxxxxxx

Added on: 13 January 2013


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