ok so i found this yesterday and decided that i would put this up. On September 10th 2006 i was sitting home and i got a phone call from my friend Alicia saying that Frankie was in a car accident. I said don't lie this can't be hapening i mean we had hung out three days eariler and i thought she was just making an excuse for not picking me up on time for the party. i was in complete shock but since he was my neighbor after a couple of days of him not comming over to see me and with cars comming and going i knew it had to be true the next day was his funeral. i got up and it tookeverything in me to go. i sat in the back with all my friends. it was unbelivable at this point i still have not cried yet. I was in complete shock. It has been almost six months and i am starting to think about him and miss him more and more. lately i have been crying for him but i know he is in a better place and i know that he died knowing that we all loved him very much.
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