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mystique_shines


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Hi, my name's Sophie but I'd rather you called me either Tich or Brownie, your choice though. My sisters, Sensei and I have been living in England for the past remainder of our fifteen years on Earth. It's no fun! Then, suddenly when Sensei got word of us being hunted for, we moved instantly to America; and into the abandoned Revital Times Hotel.

My sister, Mariah fixed it up with some help from a dear friend of my Sensei's, Mr Murakami. But now, after a night where we got to completely be ourselves, we may have just landed in more trouble than we hoped for.

Tatlılar benim veda! 

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Reply Pixel_7
6:20 PM on August 21, 2013 
You Don't Have to Draw to Beat Cancer
(Excerpt from "I Put The Can In Cancer" by Christian Patchell)

"As I mentioned before cancer takes from you by degrees, chipping away at the things you love, the things that define you. Stand your ground, pick what is important and hold on to it for as long as you can. Dig your fingers in. For me it was drawing everyday. For that hour I beat cancer, I was my old self, healthy, care-free and cancer free. That hour was mine and nothing could take that away. Not cancer, puking, losing my hair or eating through a tube. I don't care what you love, pick your hobby and do it. Even if it's for a few minutes a day. There will be days it's impossible to do anything, but as soon as you feel better get right back to doing your thing for a little bit every day. I tell my students that "It's a marathon, not a sprint." to stress that you can chip away at problems. This battle is a war of inches, stand your ground, do what defines you for as long as you can and you already got it beat! On the days when you don't feel up to it, screw it -- you're fighting cancer -- you deserve a break."