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Read Introduction to Kito Aya and Her Diary from the story One Liter of Tears by ronyswizzle (Queen RØñý ♛) with reads. story, true. (Aya Kito)(July Aya Kitō was a Japanese diarist. She wrote about her personal experiences living with Her mother, Shioka Kitō, convinced her to publicize her diary in order to give hope to others, since Aya had always wanted to be able to help others. Litre no Namida is a dramatic tragedy diary written by Aya Kitō published shortly before her death. The diary, a true story based on her own life, was originally.

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Her whole family really looks after me. I don’t like zoos anymore.

“The Complete Diary of Aya – 1 Liter of Tears.”

It’s that way of thinking that has made me weak. Then he gave me the flower saying, “Let’s hope it blooms! I really want to eat some sweetened adzuki beans, but I’ll be patient until Ako gets better.

I was totally under his thumb. The nerve cells inside the cerebellum in the brain, the brain stem, and the spinal cord are required for the body to maintain balance reflexively, and to achieve quich and smooth movements. Last Letter 56 ratings. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


“The Complete Diary of Aya – 1 Liter of Tears.”

I was shocked to see the look of surprise in her eyes. This time I tried looking left all of a sudden. Then they wait kit me outside. I was very disappointed with those evolved in her education. Again I explained to her what would happen to her as the disease progressed, but I said it was a long time before she would have to face death herself.

Why do I have to be alive? We knew we may lose the fight against the progress of her disease.

This kifo, I fell over again and got a nasty bang on my chin. These are the only pics from Aya’s diary but you can really see her innocence and earnest desire to live. She wrote about her personal experiences living with spinocerebellar ataxia which was later published in the book 1 Litre no Namida. I’m still lacking full awareness of being disabled, so I’ve been trying to dance beautifully. And you often all over when you’re changing your position. Around the end of her stay in the hospital, Aya began to suffer from orthostatic hypotension.

This time, the main tasks will be checking the progress of my disease, having injections of a new qya, and undergoing rehabilitation. Why do I think that?

Aya was rather tense for two or three days because she couldn’t get used to the new situation, but her stiffness almost disappeared. I worked very hard, including wiping the kitchen floor and cleaning the toilet.


I’m in so much pain, I want to cry, but I’ll save that until I can walk. She took hold of my hand and said, “Ah, long time no see, Little Aya. If only Aay could write again, I wouldn’t have anything to regret. It was like being pushed off a cliff. My brother, who was at the door, burst out laughing.

The bug room on the east side of the second floor is like a castle for me and my younger sister, Ako. So please make me better, I beg you!

My little old lady was impressed with what I was diaru and helped me. Oh, what on earth should I do? Then there are various dangers: Although I haven’t seen her mother for more than two years, she keeps me updated on Aya’s condition. Cutting my brain in round slices?