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I miss you, Gigi, every day. I love you big sister. You guided me in life and taught me to believe in myself. Although we had differences because I was 9.5 years younger than you, I understand why you didn't want a kid sister around. I never held it against you. I only showed up to parties when I was invited. LOL. You would get so pissed off at me. God, I miss those days. I became your caregiver, I never gave up hope. I kept up hope that you could fight. Idealism is my forte, realism, not so much.I can live without it. I know it sounds childish, but I'd rather have hope and faith in adversity. I didn't want reality to win.
If you would like to read Gigi's story, I'd appreciate. Go back to 2000 and
look for ToniNGigi. Her story goes from May 2000 to October 23,2001. She
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