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Her brother continues to visit her SparkPage and shared a wonderful website where we can light a candle and post a prayer for Aithley...which I've done and encourage others to do as well.
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that is so wonderful of you to post this here........
she only joined Sparkpeople several months back and was a ray of sunshine to so many here in that short period of time.............it is so so tragic when some one so young is taken so soon......praying for her family and friends..............she will be missed by so many!!!
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I didn't know where to post this, but because she was a member of the All Health Professionals team, I wanted to share here. I came across this team page this morning as I sometimes do, posting how many points I got from the SP wheel and logging off. Then a blog caught my attention before leaving the screen... "Sad News on Aithley's behalf".
The blog was posted a few days ago by the team member's brother, Adrian. He came online to post a blog under his sister's account to share with everyone the tragic news of his sister in Johannesburg. She was 25 years old. I didn't have the chance to hear of her stories when she was with us, never came across her page. I know things like this happen everyday, unfortunately, but for some reason, Aithley's story deeply touched me, as if I've known her. I went back to read a few of her blogs and it's tragic that she had to leave at a young age. Can't explain in words why, but reading the last blog on her page left me in tears. She seemed like such a ray of sunshine. What can happen to her can happen to us at any moment. I'll be traveling overseas soon and am afraid this can happen. This is why we should all cherish our loved ones while they are still with us. I'm going back home for two days and can't wait to give my parents and brother the biggest hug. Live each day as if it's your last.
RIP Aithley. My sincerest condolences. www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_jo
Edited by: SHIROIHANA at: 11/30/2012 (10:37)
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