You’re One ina mil­lion!

we’re send­ing our beau­ti­ful blooms to Amy Bramwell, 37, from Rain­ham. Her best friend, nikki Ken­dell, 37, from Chelms­ford, wrote to tell us...

Pick Me Up! - - CONTENTS -

Gig­gling in as­sem­bly at school, tuck­ing into Mum’s roast din­ners, danc­ing at my wed­ding. Fair to say, my best mate Amy and I had been through a lot to­gether.

But noth­ing com­pared to the heart­break that I had to face two years ago.

It was April 2017, and my mum Ca­role, 60, had some­thing to tell me.

She’d been un­der the weather but, two weeks ear­lier, she’d in­sisted that she was fine.

But sud­denly my world came crash­ing down.

‘I lied, it’s can­cer and it’s ter­mi­nal,’ Mum ex­plained.

Dev­as­tated, there was only one place to turn. Amy.

Although it was ac­tu­ally her birth­day, af­ter an­swer­ing my call she dropped ev­ery­thing.

From that mo­ment on she was there for me.

Sadly my mum died in June 2017. Heart­break­ing.

But Amy has been a rock. Not just for me, but for my brother Daniel, 36, Dad Danny, 63, hus­band Gareth, 39, and my daugh­ter Ruby, 10.

I don’t know what I’d do with­out her. She’s an an­gel.

Thank you for ev­ery­thing that you do for us Amy.

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