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Appreciation For Gail Smith By Kayleigh Gunnigle

Well it's that time of year again and the time it gets so hard with you not being here. Knowing we would all be getting spoilt by you and having a party in your house seeing our cousins and seeing you and all the family. It's so hard it's just not getting easier for any of us. I see things constantly that remind me of you and let's me know that you're still here with us. I really wish I could speak to you one last time. Why can't heaven have a fone? Christmas is especially hard without you. That was the last time I ever saw you but Abbie and Nicole saw you on the New Year's Eve but I'd gone out for the first year with my friends I wish I hadn't. I wish I had left it another year to get one more time with you. Can you believe our Lou got married yesterday in New York! I just know you were there with her on her special day. Lee is lovely have only met him a couple of times but he seems really nice you would have loved him. And Harrison is gorgeous. My dad's face lighting up when he sees Harrison and Laura I think he sees a lot of you in Laura he misses you so much it's heartbreaking. Losing you I will never get over, iv learnt to live with the pain but some days are harder than others. Miss you so much. We will be up soon with your tree if we can find one! If not you can have a little change. You didn't like it down South did you? Them lanterns took ages to fill up haha but we couldn't leave you at home you'd get a cob on with us!
See you soon my gorgeous angel
Sleep tight
Missing you always xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Added on: 14 December 2013


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