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Little Girl With Cancer Celebrates What Could Be Her Last Birthday Party

A little angel just got her wings…

A little angel just got her wings…

Lila May Schow just turned five years old. And like most five-year-old little girls, she enjoys wearing frilly dresses, tutus, Elsa from “Frozen,” and the color blue.

But Lila May Schow may have something not every five-year-old little girl has. Lila May Schow has cancer.

Lila May getting treatment in August.

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Suffering from terminal Neuroblasma, a nerve tissue cancer, since she was two years old, the strawberry blonde child is pale and wan, with deep circles of exhaustion under her eyes. But that doesn’t stop her from smiling at simple joys that make her happy…

Because french fries are the best…

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Lila May is a veteran of six chemotherapy treatments that have wrecked havoc on her full head of hair, but she has continued flashing her dimples.

When she turned five, her family threw her an extravagant “Frozen”-themed birthday celebration, complete with a make-believe prom and a faux wedding, knowing this birthday could very well be her last.

Her fifth birthday party saw her dressed in her Elsa costume, blowing a fluffy blue-and-pink heart bedecked cake, and bonding with her favorite Disney character, Elsa.

Lila May blows her very last candles.

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Partying with Disney princesses.

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Her family, knowing she would never attend prom or even meet a boy, fall in love and get married, staged a make-believe prom for the little girl, and even a make-believe wedding, with her teary-eyed father standing in as the groom. After all, he would be the only man in her life now.

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Lila May also had one last wish: to dance onstage with American Country Music star, Luke Bryan, whose “That’s My Kind of Night” single happens to be the little girl’s absolute favorite. In fact, her mother, Heidi Hall reveals Lila May starts to dance each time Bryan’s songs are played on the radio.

Softhearted Bryan called her and spoke to her personally over the phone, and even sent over a personalized video message.

Luke Bryan called Lila May personally.

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Sadly, Lila May passed away on September 14, an ethereal, beautiful little soul who will forever be remembered by her family who misses her.

Watch Lila May Schow’s emotional birthday party here…

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H/T: The Daily Pedia, Country Rebel, Medical Daily, and Lila May


The Moving Story of China’s “Basketball Girl” Is A Proof That Nothing Is Impossible

Nothing is impossible…


It’s quite normal to feel hopeless from time to time. After all, life is filled with challenges that hone us to become better individuals.

If you feel like giving up at this particular moment in your life, then perhaps you need to read the inspiring story of Qian Hongyan, dubbed as China’s basketball girl.

This is Qian Hongyan, a 20-year-old girl who took the Internet by storm with her interesting yet moving back story....

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Hidden Camera Records What a Father Does with Son When His Wife is Not Home

What does Daddy do with baby when Mommy is away?


What does Daddy do with baby when Mommy is away? If you're wondering what happens when you leave your child alone with your husband, then, mommies, you might learn a thing or two from this video.

Emio is the father of baby Xavier and their family lives in Kansas City. Everytime his wife Stephanie comes home from work, she always asks what they did while she was away. Instead of narrating their activities, Emio decided to film their adventures and create an adorable time lapse video of their afternoon.

Watch their cute footage below:


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Old Man Sings A Love Song to His Dying Wife Before She Passes Away

Man singing love song to wife on deathbed will have you fighting back tears!


Can love really last a lifetime? After 73 years of being married to Laura, Howard proved that true love withstands the test of time. In a viral video shared by his granddaughter Erin Solari, the 92-year-old man can be seen singing a very special song to his 93-year-old wife at a hospice facility where the latter is awaiting her final days.

Solari says the song “You’ll Never Know” has a special place on the couple’s hearts as this was the song that Laura sang when Howard left to join the World War II. Since then, the lovebirds had performed the song as a duet during various occasions particularly during the renewal of their vows.

Despite being blind, Laura can be seen looking deeply into her husband’s eyes. On the other hand, Howard used all his strength to stand up from his wheelchair to get close to his wife while singing their song. Clearly, no amount of physical disability can weaken the heart.

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