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|Location||Tempe, AZ, United States|
|Introduction||I'm a 26 year old former Caregiver. This is my voice to talk about my life- mostly about learning to live now. My husband was diagnosed in November 2009 with Glioblastoma Multiforme- terminal brain cancer. He was only 25 and I had literally just turned 23. He fought hard for almost 3 years before he passed away September 2012, just a month after turning 28. This was my blog about our life. This is still my space to find Hope. This is now my public battle to show what life is like as a 25 year old Widow.|
|Interests||anthropology, forensics, forensic anthropology, books, reading, digeridoos, piercings, suspensions, warhammer 40K, card games, camping, puzzles|
|Favorite Movies||Moulin Rouge, Boondock Saints, Kill Bill, Clerks, Amelie, Saved!, Matrix, The Royal Tennenbaums, Harold and Maude, The Crow, Chocolat, The Princess Bride, Coupling, LoTR, Edward Sissorhands, Jurassic Park, The Lawnmower Man, SAW, History of the World pt1, Y tu Mama Tambien, RHPS, Big Fish, Secret Window, Dreamcatcher, Trainspotting, Le Longs fianceements, the Motorcycle Diaries, City Lights, Nosferatu, On the Waterfront, Full Metal Jacket, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Meet Joe Black, The Aviator, Waiting..., Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the dead, Day of the dead, Hero, Wallace & Gromit, Robin Hood; Men in Tights, Blade, Bride and Prejudice, Bollywood/Hollywood, Monsoon Wedding, Fire, Cube, Mirrormask, Akeelah and the Bee, Clerks 2, This Film is not yet Rated, Lagaan, Umrao Jaan, Salaam Namaste, The Orphanage, Lars and the Real Girl, Love in the Time of Cholera, Pan's Labyrinth, Planet Terror, Water, Hot Fuzz, Rashoman, So I Married An Axe Murderer, Drop Dead Gorgeous|
|Favorite Books||Stephen King, Kathy Reichs, Ann Rice, Laurie R King, Syne Mitchell, Laurell Hamilton, Eric Schlosser, Toni Morrison, Douglas Adams, Tess Gerritsen, Michael Palmer, CS Lewis, Amy Tan, Patricia Cornwell, Phillip Pullman, Dr. Bill Bass, Kim Harrison, Paul Ekman|
If you died tomorrow what would you want to be said about you?