Maura Tierney: The Survivor.
Almost a year ago I was talking to my friend and she told me that Maura was sick. At the time,we didn’t know what kind of disease it was,but somehow I felt that was not a good thing.
Days later a note was realised in the press and the horrible truth came out: Maura have cancer.
I was so incredible sad. I remember to going to school and nobody really cares about my feelings or Maura having cancer.
Every day the fear of a terrible news… I just could think about it.
A friend of mine decided to send letters from Brazilian fans to her and we all told Maura how much we love her and how much we were hoping for the best.
Then,the so expected news: Maura was ok and back to work!
I have to confess that I cried the first time I saw her with no hair at the play “North Atlantic”. When she was sick we didn’t see her and was a surprise see her like that. But she was beautiful,she was alive,she was working and getting back to her life…to our lives.
When I watched “Stand Up to Cancer” and saw her with the shirt “Survivor” I cried again,but I cried because I was happy and proud of our diva. I cried because I finally understood that Maura Tierney survived and was smiling again.
And all this sadness just make me love her even more.
So,thank you,Maura. You maybe don’t realize,but you inspire us.

Maura Tierney: The Survivor.

Almost a year ago I was talking to my friend and she told me that Maura was sick. At the time,we didn’t know what kind of disease it was,but somehow I felt that was not a good thing.

Days later a note was realised in the press and the horrible truth came out: Maura have cancer.

I was so incredible sad. I remember to going to school and nobody really cares about my feelings or Maura having cancer.

Every day the fear of a terrible news… I just could think about it.

A friend of mine decided to send letters from Brazilian fans to her and we all told Maura how much we love her and how much we were hoping for the best.

Then,the so expected news: Maura was ok and back to work!

I have to confess that I cried the first time I saw her with no hair at the play “North Atlantic”. When she was sick we didn’t see her and was a surprise see her like that. But she was beautiful,she was alive,she was working and getting back to her life…to our lives.

When I watched “Stand Up to Cancer” and saw her with the shirt “Survivor” I cried again,but I cried because I was happy and proud of our diva. I cried because I finally understood that Maura Tierney survived and was smiling again.

And all this sadness just make me love her even more.

So,thank you,Maura. You maybe don’t realize,but you inspire us.