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creatively passionate about writing, video, animation & music

sparkly bright woman

Cheryl Brown - singer / writer / performer

brings her unique and different creative insights to all elements of writing, video and music.

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Cheryl's not going anywhere, anytime soon...

... but help would be really, really appreciated

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So far we have raised: US$50 towards our US$5,000 target.

That’s 1% of the total.  Yippee!!

 
Or… skip this bit if you’d rather… no offense taken and I’m still very grateful to have you on my website.
 
I’m trying to raise money to get my teeth fixed. The chemo, and later the radiotherapy to my face, have caused them to simply break down – like my bone mets. At first I was upset with how awful it made me look (people have deeply entrenched beliefs about the stupidity of people with missing teeth) but it has become so bad that I’m now concerned about being able to eat.
 
There is a major problem with taking them out because of medications. Seeing a specialist and getting a plan is going to cost a lot – then a lot more when we go ahead with the solution, so I am shamelessly asking for donations.  And yes, I have to believe there will be a solution, so any help would be greatly appreciated. I promise.
 

Cheryl has a BA (Performing Arts -1987) and an MA (Writing – 2016). She was a full-time singer/director/actor from 1985 until she got breast cancer in 2004 when she focused on getting well. Not being able to perform left an abyss in her soul, but she filled it as best she could with returning to her love for writing.

In 2010 her cancer moved up to Stage 4 with bone metastases that cause severe pain. Although given a life expectancy of 2 to 5 years – ten years later she is still learning, creating and doing as much as she can within significant limitations.

Every time the Doctors find something new, she starts a new project during treatment: possibly a university course, long-term project or in this case, a website, to reinforce to the universe that she’s staying around for a long time yet.

 

MOTTOS:
“Never give up. Never give in”
“Put a smile on your face and get on with it”