I am the big sister to my beloved bailey. She was only 20 years old when a night of partying took her life. Bailey was very special to me along with her twin Annie who is suffering a great deal because she has lost her other half. Bailey was a beautiful, smart, funny, goofy person that everybody loved. If you were upset she would do anything to make you laugh or give you a shoulder to cry on. My sister and I were very close, she was the one that?I always wanted to take care of and hold. Her death has stop my world because i don't know what to do any more. I am still waiting for her to walk through the door.
Bailey started doing drugs a couple of years ago but my family and I really never knew how much she was in to it. The weekend before she died I was figuring out a plan of attack to get her back on the right track, but she was gone before i could put the plan into effect.?You never know when your life is going to end, so if you do?know someone that is involved in drugs do something about it as soon as possible because one day they are just not going to wake up like my sister.
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