I'm from Kentucky. I play basketball for my high school and I'm trying to learn how not to hate(:
About my Loss:
My friend had Ovarian cancer. When she was diagnosed with it I didn't really know her. I knew her for maybe 2 weeks prior to her diagnosis. It didn't have an effect on me until one night at the hospital I decided to go with my mom because I was bored. I did and I stayed in the room with my mom and our friend, Mary Worstell, and I heard everything the oncologist had to say. She had stage 3 and knew it would be a tough road. That night really made a huge impact on my life because I began to like her more and spent a whole lot of time with her. Then I became attached and I never thought it was possible to lose her. Everyone was trying to prepare me for it but I didn't listen because I thought Mary could pull through and win her fight. She had outstanding results in the beginning but went downhill soon after her summer in North Carolina. She knew but didn't say anything about it that she was gonna lose her battle. So she dyed her hair blue before it all fell out and got married for the first time. She was an amazing person and radiated. She taugt me so much and I know have a different outtake on life. She was my mentor. She was 51 years young and I miss her beautiful face and seeing it everyday. But I'm very happy that her soul was set free November 22nd. I'm glad she is out of pain and I know that she'll always be with me in spirit <3
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Your friend sounds like she was a very special person in your life and that she taught you many things about life. Remember to love is so much easier than to hate. Hate consumes you in ways that keep you from living your life in good ways. Sue
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