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Appreciation For Gail Smith By Jolene Cunningham

Well I suppose its been a while since the last time I wrote here!

6 years have gone so fast, but have been painfully slow all at the same time!

No doubt you will have met Aunty Kay recently, as she recently lost her battle with cancer.

These last 6 years have been life-changing for me, as I hope you are aware. Unfortunately, a year after we lost you, Paul lost his mum, and I have had to try my best to help him through.

We've bought our own house, got married, and now have a lovely daughter Olivia. She's wonderful, and she will soon be 3 in March, on Nan's birthday!

So much has changed in our family.

Have you seen your lovely grandson Harrison? He really looks like Andy when he was little! Laura went to New York to get married - she has been so brave! She is a wonderful mum! Just like you was!

I will leave it less time before I write again.

Love you - muah muah muah! xxxxxx

Added on: 18 January 2014


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