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Back in the young and innocent years of third grade, my parents divorced and ended their thirteen year marriage. It was devastating. My mom had gone to law school a few years earlier and just had received a new job. She was a single mom raising two kids and working a new stressful job. Never did I think that within a few months after that, my mom would be diagnosed with breast cancer. She underwent chemo, radiation and a mastectomy. Through out those difficult times she still allowed my friends to come over, drove me everywhere I wanted and needed to go. They removed the cancer and she started to expect her gorgeous hair to grow back. It never did. She still looked on the bright side and got a wig. I helped her pick it out. She still manages to look gorgeous though. When she walks into a room, people stare. She thinks she doesn't look good at all and can find every flaw that nobody else would ever notice. Im fifteen now and my mom is still breast cancer free and happy. But I realize every day how lucky I am for my supportive, brilliant and loving mom. She does everything she can to make my brother and I happy. I couldn't imagine life without her. She is my cheerleader, my teacher, my counselor and my mom. I tell her everything and could not ask for a better mom. I hope everyday that she will never get sick again. She is the most brave and courageous person that I have ever seen. She fought hard and she did it for me and my brother. We love her with all of our hearts. I couldn't imagine anything better and we will forever be her sb girl and bb.
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