On March 31, 2020 my Tete lost her battle to a disease that breaks your heart to watch someone you love suffer. I mourn her every day. She was more then just my aunt she was a parent, to me. Where she took care of me on my worse as her child I took care of her at hers. I watched my Tete go from being this vibrant person who helped her community, by volunteering for various organizations, I watched her pour her love for anyone in need, to not being able to walk or talk. I was there when she received the diagnosis and understood that out of all the things she survived that this would be the one thing that would take her out. She fought as long as she could hand balled up and all, in a matter of 3 years she was gone. I am not a fan of how this disease effected the women I once knew, but it feels good to know she instilled all her positive characteristics in me. This disease has effected more then you know, or maybe even yourself and there is so much more we can learn about it but I need your help! Please donate, share or even like the post.
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