Kiara Agnew Obituary, Death Cause – I don’t know what to say, but there are too many of them in my head. The very thought of writing this has brought me to tears. Sick to my stomach. This is in no way how it was supposed to turn out at all.
We said when we grew up our kids would be best friends just like us. Everyone said that we were inseparable from one another. We played “husband and wife” and got married a lot, which made us laugh. We also went on adventures to find “waterfalls,” climbed trees, had sleepovers, danced a lot, made mud pies, and occasionally got into some trouble as well.
I could sit here and go over every wonderful memory that I have ever shared with you, but at this very moment, it all just hurts and makes me ache knowing that everything about us lives only in my head. As much as those memories make me happy and make me laugh, right now it all just hurts and makes me ache.
Even though we weren’t as close as we once were when we were younger, I still remember telling you about all the wonderful and interesting things that were going on in my life. Even though we weren’t as close as we were when we were younger, we were still good friends. I can still hear the laughter coming from the two of us.
We were overjoyed for one another and everything that life had brought to each of us up to that point.
You are an incredible role model for me in so many different aspects. You possessed an amazing amount of talent.
Your time spent in this location was nowhere near as long as it ought to have been, but the fact that you have had such a significant and favorable influence on everyone demonstrates what an incredible individual you are.
You are, in every sense of the word, my youth, and the inspiration behind who I am today. You will always have a part of my heart in your possession. I love you so much. Please assist me in bringing my lovely friend back home.
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