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End of all We Know

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‘Thomas,

I know you said that you didn’t care about finding a job once you realised what was going to happen to me, but please go and get yourself on that job ladder. You can’t let me keep you from finding a career for yourself anymore. You have so much potential that needs fulfilling and I know you’re shy and find it hard to approach people sometimes, but I have faith in you. For one, you have an incredible sense of humour and you never fail to me anyone laugh and if you continue with that then I know it won’t be long until you find your feet.

Also, good luck with everything else and good luck with the dance group you and Matt are putting together. I have complete confidence that it will be an amazing and very successful project for the kids of Manchester. I just wish I could be around to see the grand opening. Hey, who knows, maybe I will. I’ll find a way to be there; even dead I wouldn’t miss it for the world!

Anyway, thank you again for everything that you have done for me during these hard times, I really appreciate it and I wish there was something I could do to repay the favour.

Good luck once again, I wish you all the best for the future!

Love Mark’


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