Nidhee was a very energetic, gorgeous, and full of life young lady. She never held herself back from doing anything and lived her life to the fullest. She didn’t believe in the words; impossible, I can’t, and no, everything was doable and no one or nothing stopped her from achieving what she wanted despite suffering with as dreadful disease as Ewing sarcoma. Nidhee was diagnosed in May of 2012 at the age of 21; she was in the fresh new months of her marriage to the love of her life. She was also enrolled in university when she started to get severe pain in her pelvis. She went to the doctors frequently due to the pain; she was constantly told it was just muscle pain. This confusion of pain led doctors to do further investigation. In August of 2012 she had a biopsy which confirmed she had cancer, Ewing Sarcoma which is often diagnosed in teenagers and typically starts in bones of the hips or legs. She went through grueling 10 rounds of chemotherapy, September 2012- April 2013, to try and cure her illness. When she lost her hair she did not turn away from the public, but instead continued to enjoy every minute of her life and live it just as she did before anything had happened. Sometimes she would accessorize with scarves or hats and other times she would show her baldhead. Anything she did always made her look beautiful because she wore her beautiful smile all the time. Not once did she let a tear flow down her cheeks, she in fact made others around her smile throughout her journey. In June 2013 it was decided that Nidhee would need to have her cancerous tumour remove to cure her of this dreadful disease. The surgery took place at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. This was the beginning of what many of her family and friends thought would be the tough part. But being the type of person she was she did what she always did best, wore the biggest smile, despite the horrific pain she was suffering. She kept her loved ones in a positive atmosphere and reminded everyone nothing was wrong and to continue smiling. She had the wonderful support of her parents and brother, her husband and his family and her close friends, Bindya, Misha, Smita, and her amazing Doctors, Nurses and rehab staff. From June 2013 to December 2013 Nidhee went through 7 surgeries and months of rehabilitation and physiotherapy hoping it would save her life. Nidhee was truly an inspirational young lady. Her genuine warmth touched everyone around her and everyone who came in contact with her. She lived a life no one could relive and is seen as a shining star in all of these people’s lives. In middle January Nidhee’s family and Nidhee got the news which they wish they did not have to hear. She could not fight this battle anymore, however Nidhee hid behind her infectious smile and thought only of other people. We now wonder if this was her coping mechanism and truly believe it was. Nidhee was definitely an inspiration to us and everyone who had the privilege of meeting her. She kept her husband close to her and it was truly amazing to see the love they shared and how strong it kept them both. Despite her grim diagnosis, Nidhee continued to live her life for what she had left. She told jokes and enjoyed her time with her favourite people. Nidhee’s illness really started to take over and she started to look very frail but her zest for life never left her. However Nidhee’s illness took a toll on her and after endless suffering and pain Nidhee lost her spark and that infectious smile and passed away on April 8, 2014 in her home. Nidhee loved children and would want nothing more but to be able to help them and provide them with what could create a better future for them. All the money raised through your help will be donated to unfortunate and underprivileged children. We want to help as many children as possible around the world. All donations are greatly appreciated. Any amount will bring us one step closer to making Nidhee’s dream come true.