My mum was always worried about the money in her pocket.
Now she has a car and she has bought a house in her own name.
She has also got a new car.
But what has changed for her?
The biggest change is that her daughter has been diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer, a bone marrow cancer called a C-section.
“She is living with the fact that she is going to die and she is living in a bubble,” she said.
“There are no other options.”
She wants to be in a car.
She wants to have a career.
She is going out with the guys.
But she is worried about her safety.
And then there is the fact my dad, who is a builder, is going through a bit of a slump.
“He is getting back to work and he is starting to have some fun,” she added.
“And he is very happy.
But he is having a hard time.”
I am very worried about him, and he has got a lot of stress, he is getting older.
I don’t want him to have to wait until the end of his life.””
I want to have this opportunity, I want this opportunity to be with my daughter.
I don’t want him to have to wait until the end of his life.”
It is a different life from when she first came home from work in March last year.
My mum was in a deep sleep.
“My daughter was just asleep in her bedroom and when she woke up she was in the bathtub and she was screaming.”
“She was screaming, ‘Daddy I want you to come and get me.
I want someone to come take me away.
I need my dad.'””
I was in shock and I had no idea what to do.”
But as she got up and went out to fetch her daughter she noticed something was wrong.
“There was a white tarp on the ground, and my daughter was in there,” she recalled.
She looked at the tarp and said: “I have a big white tup.”
“It was the same colour as her clothes.”
Her clothes were purple.
She had no bra, no socks and her hair was all white.
“My dad, a builder who has been building for 20 years, was stunned.
He knew my mum was sick and that she had a C.C.C., but he had never seen a white tumour on his daughter.
His first reaction was shock.
Then he saw the tup and thought: “This must be a tumour.””
My husband called the doctor who said it was a tumours in her back.
She was in so much pain, but she was on the verge of death.
But they kept giving her morphine and she came out of the hospital and her dad told me what had happened,” she told the ABC.
In April last year, my mum received a diagnosis of the rare bone cancer called C-sections.
C-sections are the surgical removal of the tumour from the bone marrow.
If the tumours is removed and not removed correctly, it can lead to the cancer growing and spreading.
Doctors often use a needle inserted through the bone to remove the tumorous tissue.
The tumours can grow into other parts of the body.
My mum, who has since given birth to a daughter, was given a blood test to confirm the diagnosis.
It revealed that she was positive for C-Cells.
That night, my dad drove her home and he told her he loved her and wanted to come home to her.
However, she had to be moved to a hospital and doctors were trying to remove her heart and liver.
They had to operate to get a small section of her heart out.
Eventually, the heart stopped beating.
This was the last time she saw her father.
When she was discharged the following day, my father had to return home.
A few weeks later, my mother told my dad she was going to be ok and that her tumours had gone.
As she drove back home, my son and I were devastated.
After all the hard work my mum had done to get her to this stage, her tumour was still there.
I was furious with her.
My mum told me about a woman in her 30s who had died of C-cells.
Her tumours were still growing and growing.
One day my mum asked her if she could come and see me.
During the journey to the hospital, my wife and I did not have enough time to talk to her about her tumouring.
We could only ask her if it was ok if she was with me.
She said she would come and visit me.
That night I was shocked to hear she