Laura Lee Howard
Lee was 10 when I was born. I remember her babysitting me when I was little. We always had fun. She was ALWAYS up for having some fun! We were never really close but i loved her nonetheless. I had always known she was the black sheep of our family but not to me. I was 25 when I got the callthat Lee had died. Making her only 35. She had fallen asleep on her couch and never woke up. She had OD'd on multiple things. Its been 7 years since she died and I think of her often. I simply miss her smile the most.
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