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Joop fragrance takes you back to a sweet walk by the countryside on spring time with its vibrant floral and powerful
kick of blood orange signifying the freshness and energy among men.
A cultural journalist went to a remote mountain to explore the unique culture of the villagers that lived there. It was
a bountiful land where flowers and fruits were so abundant that they hang around freely. The villagers lived in small
huts that they have carefully constructed from different kinds of woods and leaves they could find. They lived a
simple harmonious life. They respected each other and had a strong faith in what they believe in. He was offered a
warm welcome. They even cooked a big wild boar to show him their appreciation and gratitude for visiting their
village. He lived with them for almost a year, studying as well as learning their traditions and practices. He made the
most out of his stay doing things that they are doing and even joining them in their hunts. When it was time to go,
he said he would come back to see them again. He wrote a book about the things he has learned while living with
these wonderful people. He became very busy as he was assigned to other regions for other researches. Regardless
of many places that he stays at, he is still looking forward to going back to the village where he felt like what he was
doing was not a task but rather an exceptional experience he would forever cherish.
Ribbon Color: Purple: Bone Cancer
“Henry had just started high school, and he was complaining about a sore leg. At first we thought it may have been
growing pains but one day Henry started to limp so I took Henry to see his GP who referred him for more tests. We
ended up taking Henry to A&E because his leg became swollen and the pain got worse, following an X-ray Henry
was diagnosed with osteosarcoma . Everything moved quite quickly from his diagnosis, Henry was treated at
Newcastle Royal Victoria Infirmary and Freeman Hospitals and underwent treatment, including chemotherapy and a
titanium implant from his hip to his shin to replace the diseased bone.
Despite the chemotherapy and everything else, scans revealed that the disease had spread to his lungs, pelvis,
lymph node system and his chest. We were given the devastating news that his condition was terminal. Henry
passed away age 12, November 2nd, 2010.” Henry Dancer’s Mother.
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