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65 Red Roses :: Every Breath Counts

Eva Markoot is the star of 65 Red Roses, a film based on the real story of Eva’s quest for a double-lung transplant. Find out about Eva and why more people should be organ donors. Back to Article

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xXxpurple.pandaxXx_1667291
xXxpurple.pandaxXx_1667291 wrote:
2011-05-07 11:19:38 -0700

when she was alive my aunt told me about her and i sent her a comment to her 2 days before she passes shes insperational

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moesha nay nay_1772499
moesha nay nay_1772499 wrote:
2011-05-06 03:34:08 -0700

and its very sad

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moesha nay nay_1772499
moesha nay nay_1772499 wrote:
2011-05-06 03:33:41 -0700

I love it

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Shouty1724
Shouty1724 wrote:
2011-04-28 08:21:44 -0700

wow. weird pic btw

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medussa1
medussa1 wrote:
2011-04-22 23:51:28 -0700

wait so the actor was eva and she died in a movie

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peace,laugh,mucic luva101
peace,laugh,mucic luva101 wrote:
2011-04-22 13:49:04 -0700

Thats sad! Frown Having cystic fybrosis is a serious thing and its very sad!

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AliceFellDownnn
AliceFellDownnn wrote:
2011-04-21 13:47:27 -0700

That's weird.

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jokesjokes
jokesjokes wrote:
2011-04-21 07:22:39 -0700

o.o

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lione_1729371
lione_1729371 wrote:
2011-04-12 14:33:44 -0700

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Ginger Beatle Fan
Ginger Beatle Fan wrote:
2011-04-12 01:58:20 -0700

thats awful!

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popstar2000
popstar2000 wrote:
2010-05-02 22:23:21 -0700

Big Frown((((((((((((((((((((((((((

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legoman0404
legoman0404 wrote:
2010-05-02 10:51:36 -0700

 ;((((((

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Awesomeme234
Awesomeme234 posted in Style:
I think you should be you wether or not your tomboy or girlie your being you. You have your own style and don't let nobody change that because THEY don't like it it only matters if YOU like it
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MissD
MissD posted in Style:
This is such an interesting question.. I'll tell you why I think so. I am BOTH the biggest tomboy ever and the girliest girl. I think being either or BOTH is more in YOUR mind than in anything else - it's an internal feeling. Femininity is so personal. I always, always, always have my nails done. BUT they are Gel so they never chip and when I am climbing up mountains or pulling on my wetsuit to things that I find typically damaging to your nails - they stay perfect. So I am doing these rather "tomboyish" activities but my nails are awesome :P I wear a lot of dresses but that doesn't deter me from any activity, the key is shorts underneath. I don't wear make up, not usually but I do love lip gloss. One think I guess I think is important though, feel it. Remind yourself how awesome and unique you are, no matter what you wear - hold your head high and remind yourself you are a QUEEN. Not a princess, lame. BUT a queen! Good Luck, and I love all the practical tips everyone provided. Great job you guys! 
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Moxie_Girls
Moxie_Girls posted in Style:
Is it a movie?
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blakbutterfly
blakbutterfly posted in Style:
I'll say some stuff that 'girly-girls' do, and the stuff in the brackets would be things added by my best friend. Who is also very annoyingly sarcastic! -.- Paint your toes (get obsessed to them too, all of these girls are!), wear cute little dresses (don't mean huge ballgown style dresses, duh?) , or just fun-cute tops with jeans, maintain your nails (perfectly), take a lot of care about your skin, maintain it, cleanse, moisturize and exfoliate, and start doing make up. (Also, I would suggest to learn how to do a good hair flip, for some reason girly girls are like 'ERMAIGAWD' *flip hair*) Yes, my best friend is annoying but she's girly enough to be able to have a say in here. Here's a bit of advice from me, don't try to change your style because of what people might think or say, do it if you want to and if you feel comfortable with it. You are more than perfect the way you are, whether a tomboy or a girly-girl and it doesn't really matter what you are.
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Kirsteeeeen
Kirsteeeeen posted in Style:
Personally I think you should just find things you like and wear them without worrying about what style it fits in to. You should express yourself, not conform to other people's views/standards. :)
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