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Megan williams

When I was 9 my mother passed away from epilepsy, to this day we never knew what it was, the hospital and funeral people just put it down as a natural cause.

My mum was young and loved her life, especially Christmas, she was volunteering everywhere she could even though she had fits every where she went.

She used to love having friends around each day to talk, she was a really loving and kind person and a caring heart as well.

She loved everything and everyone but was so protective of her family. I was so proud to call her my mum.

I miss her so much to this day and I hope epilepsy can be cured one day.

I'm just glad she is out of pain and is happy. I love you so much mum ❤️

Megan williams
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