About Me: Female, 40, Cambria, CA, member since Nov 2008
I'm 34 years old, I have a fiance that I've been with for ten years.We have a very handsome little six year old son. I just lost my mom,who was everything to me,on August 14th of last year,due to pneumonia complication of stent removal in ureter,right kidney. The infect
[More]ion in her kidney sent toxins to her brain and only functioning lung resulting in pneumonia.She also had stage 4 ovarian cancer.I dedicated the last year of my life to her recovery. Together we beat it once.It came back after 3 months, I failed,but not for lack of trying.I'm trying to resume a normal life without her and It's not easy. We've almost always lived in the same house and the same town. I've lost my bestfriend.I've been trying to pull myself out of this depression.I know saying this defines me as a person is just nuts.But as of right now it does.
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