‘I had no idea I was going to get cancer’: My cancer story told in the story of a lucky garden
The stories of people like me are told all over the world.
We tell our stories to keep our communities together.
But how many of us actually know what we have?
So how did the lucky garden story come to be, and what are the people behind it?
A lucky garden The story begins with a garden in the countryside of France, where a family lived in the 19th century.
In 1882, a woman named Agnes Gueant began to collect flowers from the surrounding countryside.
When she was only 13 years old, her father died and her mother left the family to care for her three children.
Agnes Gueant was lucky in that she was not alone.
In fact, her husband and children also shared her love of the garden.
They grew flowers, planted them and brought them to her garden.
The garden was very special to her and the community.
When she retired to the house, the garden was left alone and Agnes decided to keep the garden, although the next year she had to sell it.
In the years that followed, Agnes continued to grow the garden and began to sell the flowers in her garden shop.
It was during these years that she met the man who would become her husband.
The next year, Agents husband Eugène Gaugué sought her out for marriage.
He asked her for permission to use her garden as a wedding venue.
He even offered her some flowers.
She was happy to accept his offer, and agreed to marry him.
Guelga Gues son and Agents son were also married in the same year.
After a few months, Agène was ready to take up the responsibilities of a mother.
Her husband Michele Güngemann was not, however, keen to take on the responsibility of a father.
He wanted to take the responsibility for his son.
Miguel Guedemann had the same problem.
He had already been a father to two sons and two daughters.
He did not want to be responsible for raising them, so he cancelled Agène’s marriage to Agennes Gule.
A young Léon Guermant was born in 1885.
His mother Agêne gave him the nickname Lucky Gueants son, as a result, he became known as Lucky Guedemant.
In 1886, he moved to the town of Château Gulain, where he became the local pest controller.
He was not happy with the work his father had to do, so he saved his father’s garden.
Lucky Gues son had no trouble keeping the gardens and her son, who was only 15, lived happily with him.
However, Agénes gueant become a very difficult person to live with.
She was very temperate and she would not have a child in her care.
” She was a disgrace to the community, she was a troublemaker.
I would have loved to have a child with her, but I never got the chance.
My son was a very special child.
He never got to see his mother again.” Médicine Guemi GÈne was a poor woman who lost her home when she suffered a car accident and died in 1891.
Since she had becomes a burden to her husband Mésly Guemant, he became a new pets owner.
He would give him puppies and would take them home to her.
Eventually, Mesly guedemants mother Maudel Gúne s children Gérald Gualgues and Médé Gustaf Guidemann grew up together and were friends.
Soon Mèdégues mother MÁté güntemann would not let Mérès Guez live at home.
But Meygues son Gûm Gua and his father Gèm gues sons Dorothy Gula and Gaston gul were very happy at the home Gules family lived at.
They were treated like family.
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