Woman With Terminal Cancer Gets Her Own Rose Parade

Arizona woman's dying wish made possible by friends who re-created the parade for her in Phoenix.
1:12 | 04/08/13

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In my head I thought. We'll just have a few flowers in her house and since around her I had no -- this date. It's not the actual Rose Parade this is something more special. This is something that will only happen once we never thought. This will be her story -- draftsman and wanted to help her mother in law Mary Beth. Fulfill her dying wish the only thing she really wanted to do this -- interest rates but her family knew there wasn't enough time. And so group of volunteers decided to bring some color. Into the cold world of cancer. The Rose -- found a new home for the day. And a new queen. Mary Beth open presents from the actual Rose Parade she smiled at spectators and took time to look at the flowers that have always been so special to her. For one reason every single scene. He's created -- every single -- as a way. A unique missed her last wish granted surrounded by flowers. And the friends and family. Who made it possible -- what I hope is that through the pain and she's feeling right now. That she can see through that and she -- feel deeply lot of.

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