I will never forget the times I spent with my aunt. Whenever I was around her, it was joyful! She had the greatest sense of humor and enjoyed having fun. When I was 13, she took me to my first concert at the Carter Barron amphitheater in Rock Creek Park to see Ray Goodman & Brown. We had such a great time! I loved the way she made those delicious blue crabs and enjoyed eating them with her every chance I got. She always showed our family love and I tell she really loved her sisters. She taught me it was ok to be the person I am, because I am perfect just as I am. I guess you can say that she taught me to accept and love myself. She was a hardworking, single parent who loved her daughters. This left a lasting impression on me when I eventually became a hardworking, single parent. I will miss her, but her memories will remain with me as long as I am alive. I hope whoever reads this will not be sad for Aunt Vialene, but be encouraged by the fact that God's word says she is no longer in pain, no longer suffering, and has been acquitted of her past sins. God also promised a resurrection and the hope of seeing our dead loved ones again. That is what I believe with all my heart and I look forward to seeing her smiling, happy face again one day! Love you all!