Susan was the sister I never had. The best friend you could ever have. She was always positive about life. Things will get better, nothing last forever. You will get through this. I can hear her saying these things as I was going through one of the worst times of my life. Tomorrow things will look better. That was Susan. Always thinking of other people and their problems when she had plenty of her own. When her health was steadily declining, she thought of other people and their health. She always had a smile on her face and a wonderful disposition. I am sure as I look up at the sky at nite, I can see her. She is the brightest star in the sky. I can hear her playing the piano and singing in that beautiful voice, all the angels are envious I'm sure. I can see her there in her white gown trying to add something extra to it, she could never be like all the others. What a wonderful reunion it was I'm sure when she entered those pearly gates. All relatives and friends greeted her with open arms. I'm sure Scott's first words were "You look like a chesire cat grinning" as they hugged. Susan, my regret is that I was not there at the end. I couldn't have made you better but I could have been there. Until we meet again, so long my friend.
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