MY AUNT LEFT LAST NIGHT SHE WAS GONE BY THE TIME I GOT BACK FROM THE HOSPTIAL. I GUESS THAT EVERYTHING THAT EVERYONE HAS SAIS TO HER MADE HER REALIZE THAT SHE HAD TO GO I TOLD HER THAT SHE WOULD NOT HAVE TO LEAVE FOREVER BUT IF I COULD JUST BE ALONE TONIGHT. HOWEVER SHE WROTE ME A NOTE SATYING THAT SHE WOULD GO BACK HOME AND STAY THERE BUT IF I WANTED HER TO COME BACK TO EVEN SIT WITH ME AT NIGHT SHE WOULD BE THERE ASAP. LAST NIGHT WAS VERY LONELY BUT IT WAS GOOD TO HAVE THE PLACE TO MYSELF. I SLEPT IN MY MOMS BED. I WOKE UP HOLDING ONE OF HER OLD SHIRTS THAT SHE WORE DAYS BEFORE SHE PASSED. BUT I ENJOYED BEING ABLE TO GO INTO IN MY MOM ROOM WITH OUT GETTING YELLED AT. I DID UNPACK THE STUFF THAT MY AUNT PUT INTO BOXES AND PUT THEM BACK THE WAY SHE HAD THEM.
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