At age twenty-three, Debbie Gisonni had everything. She was on her way to becoming one of the top paid and youngest executives in Silicon Valley. She had found true love?and she could make a mean cannoli! Then in 1984, her mother Vita developed a brain tumor that left her permanently disabled. A few years later, her younger sister suddenly committed suicide. Within months her father was diagnosed with bone cancer and breast cancer struck her favorite aunt. Between 1990 and 1994, all of them died. Vita?s Will: Real Life Lessons About Life, Death a Moving On is a chronicle of Gisonni?s unimaginable experiences. One day she was on the corporate fast track; the next she left it all so that she could stop and smell the red sauce.Real Life Lessons About Life, Death aamp; Moving on Debbie Gisonni. for easy removal and tops needed V-neck collars for access to her tracheotomy opening. ... applying false eyelashes along with her make-up and inserting a fake breast she called her afalsiea into her bra before going off to ... Vita and Yolandaa#39;s commitment to looking good while they were feeling bad taught me how important it is to treatanbsp;...
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