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A fragrance from the Victoria’s Secret Garden Collection. It is rich blend of cherry blossom,
peach and white jasmine perfectly blended for you to enjoy.
Jenny is a new secretary in a company named MAWS owned by a young bachelor named Mark.
Jenny works as Mark’s new secretary. Mark may look like a strict and serious boss but deep
inside he is a sweet and caring man. Due to work, the two spends time together every day.
Mark started to develop some feelings for Jenny and was trying to hold back. It would be bad
for them if they had a relationship. A time came when he cannot hold back anymore. He
snapped and he confessed his feelings for her. Jenny asked him how he developed feelings for
her. Mark told her that he does not know. He just feels like a spell was cast at him and it grew
stronger the longer he holds back. Jenny did not want it to happen but Mark did not give up.
Finally, Jenny said yes and they started to have a happy life.
Ribbon Color:Burgundy/Ivory: Head and Neck Cancer
Lewis was a busy man. He and his wife, Amy, were running an aerobic exercise group in their
community and also volunteering throughout the north Florida area. On a hot and dry day in
June 2011, when the air was filled with smoke from nearby wildfires, Lewis came home from
tennis coughing and clearing his throat. He also had sores in his mouth, so he decided to go to
“The doctor looked at my tonsil and told me, ‘That’s either the worst case of tonsillitis I’ve ever
seen in an adult…or it’s something else,’” Lewis says. The doctor recommended more testing.
The next day, after the tests, Lewis was told that it was a malignant (cancerous) tumor. “When
you hear the word ‘cancer,’ your world changes in an instant,” says Lewis.
More testing showed that it was an advanced stage of cancer—Stage IV—and to have surgery
on it would require breaking his jaw bone and taking out a lot of tissue, permanently changing
his appearance and ability to swallow and eat. Oncologists told him that there was just as good
a chance that the tumor would shrink with radiation and chemotherapy as it would with
surgery. Lewis had seven chemotherapy treatments and 35 radiation treatments over the
course of the next seven weeks. By the end of treatment, he could no longer swallow and had
to use a feeding tube. But the tumor had shrunk to the point that doctors could no longer
Then, in December of 2015, Lewis found a sore on his tongue that wouldn’t go away, even with
steroid treatment. His oncologist did a biopsy, and found another tumor. He was scheduled for
surgery right away, because he was told that he was not a good candidate for more radiation,
as he had very high doses during the last round four years ago. Additional oncologists who
reviewed his case thought he might lose his tongue and part of his jaw. But a biopsy after
surgery showed that there were no cancer cells remaining on his tongue.
“I still have a high risk of the cancer coming back, but I’m still going to live my life,” Lewis says.
He recommends that people who are diagnosed with a head or neck cancer should listen to
their doctors very closely—and carry a notebook to write down details about treatment. He and
Amy also say that support groups help both the person diagnosed and the caregiver.
Smoking and alcohol use are major risk factors for head and neck cancers. Learn more about
the causes of head and neck cancer, cancer survivorship, and quitting smoking. – Lewis
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