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Growing up I never really was aware of so many things but in particular death This was kind of lost upon me because nobody I cared about passed away My eye opener was when my grandmother passed away in December 2008 of my freshman year My grandmother was always somebody who was there for me and helped me with so many things During that time my grandmother was attending Cameron University in Lawton Oklahoma and when I had problems with math homework she would help me all night if she had toWhen I got into trouble with my mom my grandmother would always side with me and try to calm her down enough to reason things out Needless to say my grandmother played a huge factor in my childhood on up Then one day during one of my basketball games back when I actually played she had collapsed and was taken to the hospital I later find out that it was really nothing at the moment but after that event she did not seem right She had been oxygen for almost a year at this point and was almost like she couldnt breathe it anymoreWhen we really found out that something was wrong with her was when she started asking my mother why she was talking to my great grandpa her dad and is which dead and keeping secrets from her After that we pretty much knew that these would be our last days with her and she was trying to hold on until after Christmas because she loved Christmas time All my uncles and aunts started coming over and talking to her and saying their goodbyes and what not Seeing my Uncle Justin cry played heavily on me because he is the big joker never down kind of guy and it was hard seeing him like thisOne of my best friends whom I grew up with came over to my place at these times
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