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12 March 2013

Hello again

Hello, it is me again! 
It's the 2 month anniversary since Alice passed away and it feels like the months have gone by so fast, yet i don't think i will ever get use to just Me, mum and dad sitting down at the dinner table !
The opening of the Alice's Escapes caravan was last weekend and it was amazing to see the amount of people that turned up and looked around it and i just want to say a MASSIVE thank you to everyone who has supported us, it is truly wonderful to know that there will be family's staying in there very soon. I went on a sports tour with school recently and it was actually really fun. We had a netball match the first day and a hockey match the second day and I'm happy to say we won the netball 30-5 and the (very vicious)  hockey match 1-1. 
I am starting to get training for the C2B by going for runs up the field with Mabel, it is in May and if you would like to sponsor me it would be great (even a pound is awesome). I have just found out that the biggest fund raising team will win the Alice Pyne memorial trophy, so i am making that a priority to get as much money as i can. 
I am very excited to say me and my friend, Emily, are off to see One Direction this Sunday in Liverpool, which i am very hyped up about. We have made a poster already saying how much she loves Louis and I love Niall :) I have already stocked the lemsips up, ready for my sore throat when i get back.
School is going well at the moment ! Getting ready for all the end of year exams :/, so a lot of work. I was on the front of the terrace at my school last week and it was a hot day for us cumbrians and i looked out on to the lake and thought i live in such a beautiful place, i haven't really thought about it before, as my mums always saying "We are so lucky to live where we are", but we really do live in such a stunning place. 
So i hope that our families will think that too !
Love Milly x

29 comments:

  1. We always set a place at the table on holidays for family that have passed, it might help you.
    Sounds like you have some great music to listen to while training.
    check out Von Grey U might like them. U R very brave to put ur self out for the world 2 C.
    You R smart, pretty & athletic
    so U have a lot to share,
    ur sister always said U had ur own style of writing,its really nice,,thank you,,Have fun out there,,But B careful & stay safe.

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  2. It wonderful to see you posting your news! Keep up the good work.

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  3. Hello Milly, Glad to hear that the open day for Alices caravan went really well and that school seems to be going ok too. Best of luck with C2B. I know what you mean about the Cumbria and The Lakes being a very nice place as I used to live in Lancaster when I was at university so have been to the lakes more times than I can count!

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  4. I love reading your updates. Thank you for posting like you do. :)

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  5. Well done Milly your sister will be so proud of you. Chin up and glad to hear your keeping Mabel out of trouble. :)

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  6. Love reading your posts Milly, Alice would be so very proud. Enjoy 1D :) xx

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  7. Way to go Milly! I'm so glad you've taken over Alice's blog- a blessing to know it's not been abandoned and she'll keep on living a little bit through you. Be blessed!

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  8. Love seeing your sister’s blog live on and the beautiful momonts YOU share with us. I have no doubt she is extremely proud of you as she sits, always, at the corner of your heart…your parents too.

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  9. So great to hear from you Milly, and to know that you and your family are carrying on and doing the best you can - as you know - that is exactly what Alice wants you to do. It is very hard getting used to just 3 at the table where there was 4 - but time has a way of making it easier....You won't forget, but you will remember all the funny things Alice would say, and all the good times you had - She'll always be your sister ! Sounds like you are doing so well in school, and in the athletics ! Good for you - you go Girl !! I know you must have a busy life, and it's so wonderful to hear that you and your Mum and Dad are carrying on this great work in Alices name and her memory - she won't be forgotten !! Take care little sweetheart and keep on going after your goals !

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  10. Hi Milly,

    It is so nice to hear from you. Sounds like you are very busy! Good luck with your end of year exams and your training and I hope you have a wonderful time at the concert.

    Love and hugs,
    Aly in SC, USA

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  11. Your sister would be so proud of you. Keep up the good work, and enjoy 1D!

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  12. Thank you so much for continuing this site for Alice! It's nice to hear your own voice. It would be wonderful to meet you. I know Alice is extremely proud of her sister, and is right by your side, cheering you on in your good work! Please keep writing, and we will keep reading!

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  13. Good luck to you and to your personal trainer, Mabel! xxx

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  14. lad to hear you've started some training. Hill runs should get you ready in no time!

    You really do live in a beautiful area (my sister lives very close to you) but it's not always easy to appreciate what's right under your nose so value those moments when it hits you and makes you smile.

    Have a great time at 1D this weekend :-)

    Annabel

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  15. Sponsored you for K2B - good luck from an exiled Ulverstonian in Yorkshire!

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  16. Good for you! It's wonderful what you're doing. Blessings on your exams and all your work as well.

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  17. Glad to see that you are doing well since Alice's passing, and you are adjusting to your 'new normal'...Alice would want it that way, not wanting you sitting around moping over her, but LIVING your life the way she wanted to LIVE hers. :*) You will always miss your sister, I lost mine years ago and though time goes by so swiftly it does seem like yesterday when I remember her laughter or special occasions we shared. :*) I am keeping you in my prayers (your family too) for continued comfort as life goes on for you all. I'm not in England but I will be saying a prayer for your fundraising and that you make the most donations
    and let others know about Alice while doing so! :-) Good luck to you, and thank you for the update, I really look forward to them! {{{{Hugs}}}}

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  18. So glad to see you here again, and read the wonderful things you write.
    Surely Alice is very proud of you,a so very clever and nice sister!
    Good luck for all your activities!
    Love and hugs
    C R

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  19. Hi again Milly, lovely to hear from you :D

    Well done on your sporting achievements, and the very best of luck with your training for C2B - Wow you are keeping yourself busy! Fingers crossed you manage to snag that award too - if it were 'A Best Sister' trophy you'd have it in the bag. x

    OMW! you are so lucky to be going to the 1D concert... I have tried in vain to get tickets for my daughter and her friend to go but it's nigh-on impossible haha, you 1D'ers are certainly quick off the ball aren't you, I had an email on Sunday to say there was an extra date at the O2 added and the tickets went on sale that morning - after 'standing' in a virtual waiting room for an hour I still didn't get anywhere ;) Hope you have a fantastic time, and if it's not too much trouble, please give an extra little wave to Niall for my daughter too while you're there - you've both obviously got very good taste ;)

    Take care and good luck with everything :)

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  20. Go Milly! I hope your days are getting a little bit lighter and that your exams go well.
    You're doing a really grand job.

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  21. God bless you and comfort you!!

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  22. Sending love and prayers to you and your family. May God comfort you during this time. How was the concert? ;)

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  23. Hey Milly, sounds like life is still as busy, and Alice's influence is everywhere. I'm so pleased that you are continuing on with the blog, it's a nice way to keep Alice's memory alive. What a family you are... Amazing and inspirational.

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  24. I was thinking about Alice this morning and something made me go to her blog, not expecting anything new on it. However I'm so pleased you are continuing it and are telling us what you and your family are doing. It's kind of like a bit of Alice living on.
    Really pleased to hear about your sporting 'fun' and maybe you will tell us about going to see OD.Everyone says it's a great experience.
    Keep on with the training. It'll all be worth it.Mabel will enjoy it too.

    Keep on writing and good luck with everything, Anne

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  25. I feel so sorry for you losing your sister at such a young age. :(

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  26. Milly - What a wonderful surprise to see that you will carry on with your sister's blog :) I just happened to look on here today (guess I was missing Alice) and see that you have started the blog up again. Joy! I love to hear what is going on with you and your family. And I'm excited that you are going to climb Kilimanjaro.

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  27. Thank you for keeping your sister's memory alive and keeping us informed. I enjoy following along on FB as well. Blessings from Oklahoma, USA

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