Make everyday feels like #Friday . Any day I’m alive I’m counting my blessings. #happysmile #gratitude #blessed #joyful
Come down and join the fun on June 4th to support pediatric cancer 🙂
My fellow survivors 🙂 I was so happy when I saw this gentle giant and I gave him a giant hug. I asked Jacq if its odd to be called survivors and he said yes. People need to keep it on the down low. We don’t want to jinx haha. Watch his story 🙂
D343: REPORTING FROM ROOFTOP AT THE NEW PETER MAC BUILDING
Got a sneak preview at the new building. Thanks Dan and Peter Mac 🙂 The roof top will be a pretty awesome escape for patients. Dan was telling me how the plants choosen are hypoallergenic. There’s even BBQ facilities. Hope this new place will bring more joy for patients and more cure for cancer
What a day. I’m gonna be sore tomorrow thanks to Sarah my exercise physio. And thanks to Peter Mac, I got invited for a photo shoot today and tour on survivors week this Monday. Watch this faces on Herald Sun. Word on the street is the health minister is going to be there. We are making bet if I can hug her on the day 😂.
One day, one smile, one breath at a time. Slow right down. You are exactly where you need to be. Don’t rush the process. Flowers do not bloom overnight. #quotesoftheday #quotes #love #mindfulness
Exactly one year ago, I was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma : 25th May 2015. I still remember the day I entered the consultation room. What I assume as a normal follow up turns to a big blow up of reality. The doctor asked me to sit down. I sat down with a big smile. Our eyes…
If you know someone who’d like a hug visit at Peter Mac, please let me know and I’ll come by for a quick visit after my appointment.
I’m really feeling it for my friends who are still battling it at the hospital.
Goodnight people and sweet dreams 🙂 x
D342: MY BIGGEST LESSON IS TO BE PRESENT
A year ago I was diagnosed with cancer. Today, is a celebration of life.
My phone decided to die before I finish the sentence to never take things for granted. Oh yes phone I will never take you for granted too. Point taken 🙂
23 more days and I’ll complete 365 videos of positive messages for the world…woahh.
Exactly one year ago, I was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma.
Throughout my journey, I have been amazed by the bright spirit of my cancer friends. Hannah Goddard got diagnosed with Ewing’s as well on her 18th birthday. She taught us so much about life at such a young age. Her beautiful parents JenandRob Goddard also remind us on what is important.
Thank you for sharing your wisdom Hannah and Jen. Please send prayers their way that her cancer comes clear all the way.
Please share this beautiful message around.
My wish is to start The Meaning of Life project and capture life stories from cancer patients. Sometimes, I wonder if that would be the last time I see them and if it does, I want their story be heard. Know a hero to be part of this documentary? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org