She loved dancing and sweet tea. She got straight A'ewws, was a great writer, and a prolific reader. She loved Harry Potter. She loved music, concerts, singing, and long walks in the sunshine. The beach was her happy place. She had a pet tortoise and she loved to feed him cherry tomatoes. Most of all, she loved the people in her life. Her parents, her stepmom, her sisters, her friends, her family, the people that she met over the course of her treatment. Sara was so much more than her brain cancer diagnosis. She was sunshine. She was laughter. She was happiness. Her cancer took her short term memory and her ability to do her schoolwork properly. It took her sense of balance and her ability to dance. It took her eyesight and gave her chronic pain. And finally it took her life.