FUN WAY TO BE POSITIVE
THE ART OF BEING PRESENT
Live in the now.
Ride your low,
Ride your high.
I am where I need to be,
No rush for the future
No regret for the past
A grateful heart
for the gift of the present.
I’m grateful that I won’t have to cry every morning anymore.
Thank you Kirstie Innes-Will for this memory and having you in my life.
What do you do when someone is diagnosed as terminal…
When I presented in Bairsndale, I met the beautiful Natasha Perry. It breaks my heart when I received news that her cancer has spread. But the golden heart of love will only grow bigger for her and no cancer can ever surpass that.
Please like this page and send support for Perry’s family.
Check out this FREE app by CancerAid. It is important to pay attention to your symptoms and record any side effects.
I used to have a journal with me recording any symptoms, as my chemo brain often forgets the details by the time I have my appointment with my oncologist.
I used to record my weight, what I eat, the drugs I take and how long I sleep. Especially early in the days, I didn’t realise it was not normal to sleep 16 hours a day lol. I was so unwell though.
If I had to do it over again, I will call my nurse earlier to tell how I feel and see if I can take something to manage the side effect of chemo.
PS: Congratulations Nikhil Arora hope you are smashing it at TechCrunch for a brighter venture ahead
Day 923: YES IS THE WORD
Thanks Kye 🙂
Day 923: LOVE, BREAST CANCER AND THE 70’S
I wish no one had to experience discrimination especially when it comes to being with their loved ones when they need it the most.
It is lovely to hear stories from Chris when she had to take her partner to have surgery for breast cancer back in the seventies.
I get teary at the end of Chris story. This is for you Elizabeth. May you rest in joy.
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HAPPY HUGS FOR TODAY.
Thank you for those who have voted yes. Well done Australia!
I made a last minute decision to come down. I have missed the announcement by the time I arrived. I walked past people wearing Yes shirt. I smiled and they smiled even bigger. So many hugs and hi fives along the way. I didn’t get to capture them all. It was a great vibe today.
I almost walked into Bill Shorten 😂 I should have asked for a hug next time.