In Loving Memory of
Isileli Lolo Tuiaki


Grandpa Lolo, Hey grandpa whats up? How are you feeling? Hopefully good. Well I'm sorry if I'v been a pain to you these past few years we've been living together. I really enjoyed your company. I'd like to thank you for every thing you have done for me. You really did a very good job rasing my dad. You taught him very well and he's done the same to us kids. Ever since you came to live at my house, I'v done my hardest to take good care of you. At first I felt guilt because I thought I didn't do my best. But then, weeks past and I looked back and realized that I was always the one you favored most just because I am the youngest and every one likes to pick on me the most. I'd like to thank you for making me feel happy and making me laugh when I'm not happy or when I'm crying. I enjoyed the stories you told about my dad. And when I got in trouble with my parents, you would always make me laugh by making fun of my parents or you tell me to rebel against them cause you can always still tell my dad what to do. My brother Lolo really want's to be like you because no matter who wanted to jump you or fight you, and even though you already know that you would lose the fight, you were never scared of the person and you were never scared to fight. And the other reason why is cause you never gave up on life. Evern though it was almost your time to go, you never at one time went to your room and rested when you knew that your job was not done. But any way I would just want you to know that I love you with all my heart and I really miss you and I know that one day we will be able to see one another again. Although I miss you and I didn't want you to leave so soon, I know that you are in better place.

Diane Kalolaine Lolo Tuiaki


  

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