ON DECEMBER 20TH 2006 I LOST SOMEONE ONE VERY IMPORTANT TO ME. THE ONE PERSON IN MY LIFE WHO I COULD CRY IN HER ARMS AND SHE DOSN'T THINK DOWN OF ME. SHE WAS ALWAYS THERE WHEN I NEEDED HER. I COULD TALK TO HER ABOUT ANYTHING. WE USE TO HANG OUT ALL THE TIME MOST TEENAGERS WERE ASHAMED TO SPEN TIME WITH THERE MOTHERS BUT I WAS NOT. I LOVED HANGING OUT WITH HER. ALL MY FRIENDS LOVED HER SHE WAS THE BEST. SHE WAS LIKE A TEENAGER TOO. THIS PAST TWO MONTHS HAVE BEEN REALLY HARD FOR ME. I BEEN SO LOST WITH OUT HER. I FEEL LIKE PART OF ME IS MISSING. I FEEL LIKE I AM NO LONGER ALIVE.
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