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Sad times :(
but that's sad. :(
If I had a terminal illness I'm not sure I'd be able to muster the enthusiasm to get out of bed in the morning, let alone do all the stuff she did.
This is really sad...
i was going to start an argument but i can't be bothered.
i guess that always happens when someone consistently shows how good a person they are relative to yourself.
she raised a large amount of money and awareness for the cancer cause and whilst it may have been one of the longest 6 months in history she did right all the way through. her family may have had time to 'get used to the idea' but that is no consolation for losing a mum.
I sometimes think the world would be a much better place if we were all told we only had six months to live
it's really quite sad.
I was half-hoping it would turn out she was some sort of miracle and would survive to live to a ripe old age given she lived seven years longer than she was meant to. :(
It's weird that even though I knew she was going to die, and I've obviously never met her, it's still kind of hit me quite a bit harder than I thought it would.
It's nuts that they still haven't cured cancer yet. EVERYONE should give to Cancer Research.
she always made me feel really lame and lazy.
was just watching Sky News in the Indian place and they were showing an interview with her from 16th August. She looked really really well. A TRUE inspirational character unlike some others who get lauded as such. RIP :(