Laughter with Cancer
Jul 24, 2017 12:24:42

Because your farewell is not counted by the last thing you said to each other. Your farewell is a collection of moments that make them smile whenever they think of you.

Love and hugs,
Nat xx

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 24, 2017 11:05:00
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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 24, 2017 08:44:55

D809: WHAT IF WE TREAT OUR NEGATIVE THOUGHTS WITH COMPASSION?

Something positive can still come out of our negative thoughts…

24.07.17

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 24, 2017 07:05:18

Your body is connected to your mind.
Your mind is connected to your body.

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 24, 2017 04:34:51

I haven’t had a chance to hug her in person. What a devastating news to hear. Rest in joy Shelli Whitehurst. You taught us to be kind and resilient and we shall keep this going for you.

Thank you for being the light in this world.

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 24, 2017 01:30:10

Do you take back control as well?

Show me your shaved head photos if you do 😀

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 23, 2017 10:55:53

D808: WHEN YOU GET LOST IN LIFE

What I learned when we got lost in a car park today. It reminded me the times when we feel stuck and lost in life..

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23.07.17

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 23, 2017 02:01:22

It still makes me laugh. Maybe I can have Christmas Hamper for cancer patients and include this tea in the package 🙂

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 23, 2017 01:59:46

For other cancer friends, eat small portions more frequently and drink plenty of water (aim to have twice than a normal, see if you can hit 4 liters a day).

This is why I would never complain about my weight again ha.
I lost 3kg in the first 3 weeks and another 1.5kg the next 3 weeks.

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 22, 2017 13:44:35

D807: AWESOME FRIENDS, AWESOME MUMS

Finally had the opportunity to visit my beautiful friends Jen and Kirstie. Thanks for a great night, yummy dinner, insightful conversation and plenty of laughter; even when you are sleep deprived.

We couldn’t get baby Max in video as he is already fast asleep. Four months old and he already loves to smile.

Kudos for all the mum out there. You are a super human!

PS: If you have friends who are a mum, makes sure that you still ask how they are going too. It is not all about the baby.

In a way it is similar with cancer patients and their carer, the carer often get forgotten. Yet, they both carry important roles.

22.07.17

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