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Sandy ADAMS – A Beautiful Life

SandyThe year was 2011. I was living the dream, married to the most beautiful, wonderful, caring person in the World. She was my soul mate and we had been married for 29 years. Every day of my life was incredible and even if I didn’t tell her every day I knew in my heart and I am sure she knew. I know that she felt the same way. We had two wonderful daughters, Rebecca who was working at Cockatoo Island as an Environment Adviser and Samantha who was doing her ‘Prac’ in her final year of University training as a Primary School Teacher. Sandy worked as the Business Manager at Comet Bay Primary School and loved her job. She was very good at it as she had a caring, nurturing nature that fitted perfectly in the school environment. She had never been sick a day in her life and was very fit and healthy. She never smoked and was very conscious of what she ate and drank; making sure that what we always had was good for us as well whether we liked it or not.

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Shawn and Kelli – Our Journey Through GBM Brain Cancer

Shawn and KelliMarch 2008. Shawn and Kelli both have profiles on the online dating site: plentyoffish.com Shawn sees Kelli’s profile, notices her smile, and sends her an introductory email. Kelli, who is not looking for a long-term relationship, reads the email, and goes to his profile to see if he meets her “standard”, most importantly that he’s taller than she is. Kelli is six feet tall, so this is not an easy standard to meet, but he does it, so she emails him back, something along the lines of, “I don’t want to waste your time, nor mine, so if you want to meet me, let’s go to dinner because I am not into emailing back and forth for 6 months before we meet.” Shawn likes Kelli’s sassy spunkiness, so he makes arrangements with her to meet for dinner at Chili’s. Shawn is so nervous that he runs out of gas on his way to the restaurant.

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Beanies for Brain Cancer

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Winter 2017
You can rock a beanie during #beaniesforbraincancer helping to raise much needed awareness and collecting a gold coin donation to help support those affected by this disease.

Women's Retreat 2017

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Limited Places
Peace of Mind Foundation Women's Retreat 2017! 13th to 15th October 2017, $180 per person, tickets available online

Colour In with Willis

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Spread the Word
What better way to spread awareness of Brain Cancer and have some fun at the same time. Download your favourite Willis the SuperBrain colouring in today and share with your friends on social media!

Josie's Ride 2018

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Ride For Brain Cancer
Josie's Ride for Brain Cancer 2018 in support of Peace of Mind Foundation. 21st January 2018, $10 per rider, $5 per pillion.

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