We remembered how much my grandma went through, but we also remembered how much she gave, and how much she loved. Those who have less, often give more, and that was true for her. When she was younger, she was a poor single mother and often worked 2-3 jobs to support her family. At 54, she was diagnosed with Breast cancer. At age 60, she was diagnosed with lung cancer. She went on to face a total of 5 cancers and COPD. She finally passed away after fighting cancer for 26 years. Yet, the grandma we remember didn't let cancer define her. She used her experiences and positive attitude to inspire others. She didn't focus on her hardships, and she wouldn't want us to focus on them either.