Laughter with Cancer
Nov 25, 2015 19:28:28

SPECIAL HUG EDITION FROM ST V NURSES

I got in the lift to go to radiation. I looked up and I saw Beck (you’ll never forget your first spa bath nurse haha). I hold her wrist as a joke to surprise her. She screamed and ran the opposite site while saying,”You can’t hug me, I have something (not sure if I have the permission to say it even if for me it doesn’t seem bad but a nurse always look out for her patients.)” The whole lifts laugh at us haha.

Maddy (my first nurse who looked after me after I’ve got moved from ICU) and Bec came down for study day, they said.

Beck said to me,”I wonder if I’ll get to see Nat.” Then,”BAM…it happens”

It was one in more than a million chance that I took the same lift at the same time. I have been running around doing my 5 appointments.

Moral of the story : Dreams and wishes do come true.

Just keep dreaming (and take action) til it comes true

25.11.16

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Laughter with Cancer
Nov 25, 2015 16:10:22

D162: HOW DID SURVIVORS DO IT?

Watch this quick interview when these lovely survivor & how’s they keep it free for so long.
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Than you Anita and Lisa, my newfound friends 🙂

I sat down waiting for my blood test number being called. As soon as I sat these 2 ladies smiled. So, I smiled back. Before I know it, we started taking and they shared how Anita is 6 years free and Lisa is 13 years free.

It is a bit lengthy but you will get their tools to push through the joy of chemo that every now and then you will have a day where you get so unwell as a blessing in disguise. For once, you are given clear focus on your health and yourself which is important because any other times you’d be worrying more about other people or other things.

PS: I was tired and fast asleep by 8 when I meant to upload this. So you know the craziness behind 3AM post lol.

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Laughter with Cancer
Nov 25, 2015 15:03:11

Starting early with radiation today and hug many of them. A lot of people don’t know what radiation is. In some of the photo you can see the machine in the bsckground. Pretty sure I still miss heaps of radiation people to hug. I have one and half weeks left. So come hug me if you see me 🙂

25.11.15

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Laughter with Cancer
Nov 24, 2015 11:17:26

D161: LIFE IS FULL OF HIT & MISS. SO, KEEP ON HITTING TIL YOU DON’T MISS IT.

Thanks Jenny for my hospital fun run 🙂

PS: Happy birthday for my brother in Indonesia too 🙂

My last day of freedom before 5 days chemo tomorrow. We went for a walk and played golf. You get to see me do 360 degree swing in laughter haha.

I had a little cry this morning (don’t tell anyone haha). It was quick but I need to let it out. It’s been over a week of pain everytime I go to the toilet. I had diarrhea too yesterday which multiplies my pain. Now, it hurts when I do #1 too. I am holding on the hope that I only have 2 more weeks to go and another couple to heal.

I tell Santa, all I want for Christmas is no pain when going to toilet …oh and TO HUG OPRAH! haha

Be grateful if you are pain free doing your business. It’s a good day for you 🙂 I wish no one had to go through this. For my cancer friends who do. I feel and pray for you too. Hang in there…

Blessings and hugs xx

http://www.laughterwithcancer.com

24.11.15

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Laughter with Cancer
Nov 24, 2015 01:00:00

D161: LIFE IS FULL OF HIT & MISS. SO, KEEP ON HITTING TIL YOU DON’T MISS IT.

Thanks Jenny for my hospital fun run 🙂
Also, Nicola for my pretty pink shirt!

PS: Happy birthday for my brother in Indonesia too 🙂

My last day of freedom before 5 days chemo tomorrow. We went for a walk and played golf at Coburg Lake. There is free driving range there. So if you have a stick and balls give me a holla, we can play together. You get to see me do 360 degree swing in laughter haha.

I had a little cry this morning (don’t tell anyone haha). It was quick but I need to let it out. It’s been over a week of pain everytime I go to the toilet. I had diarrhea too yesterday which multiplies my pain. Now, it hurts when I do #1 too. I am holding on the hope that I only have 2 more weeks to go and another couple to heal.

I tell Santa, all I want for Christmas is no pain when going to toilet …oh and TO HUG OPRAH! haha

Be grateful if you are pain free doing your business. It’s a good day for you 🙂 I wish no one had to go through this. For my cancer friends who do. I feel and pray for you too. Hang in there…

Blessings and hugs xx

http://www.laughterwithcancer.com

24.11.15

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Laughter with Cancer
Nov 23, 2015 23:26:51

We were so thrilled to design this website for self-confessed “hug-a-holic” Nat to help spread her directive of happiness, positivity and HUGS while dealing with a rare form of cancer. This happiness coach was already living her message when she was diagnosed with cancer in May this year and it’s a testament to Nat’s amazing character that she’s continued to do so through the development of Laughter with Cancer. Laugh along with Nat at http://www.laughterwithcancer.com or on at Facebook https://www.facebook.com/laughtercancer/

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Laughter with Cancer
Nov 23, 2015 11:47:07

D160: HUG A TREE

AWESOME NEWS: http://www.laughterwithcancer.com is now live! Thanks to Jen Clark Design. Subscribe and share the laughter 🙂

Thanks for sharing your message and your hospital fun run Libby. I’m grateful to have kind friends like you. Also, big thanks to the huggable tree in Fitzroy Garden and Kye + Aimie for their quick hug visit.

Back at radiation again today. The side effect is getting more prominent with 3 weeks in.

Other people are busy sorting out their work vs life balance.

Cancer patients are facing their diarrhea vs constipation balance haha. This radiation business is throwing curve ball in the balance though.

I am a bit unwell today. I’m grateful that I was well enough in the weekend to be with friends. I don’t think I kept any food that I consumed though 🙁 I was excited to have put on weight but I speak too soon.

I can’t wait til I get better soon. I only have one more day before I go back for my 5 days chemo. Let there be miracles tomorrow.

23.11.15

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Laughter with Cancer
Nov 23, 2015 06:30:00

I want to thank Jen Clark Design for this beautiful website of mine. Jen has been amazing in creating this for me.

Make sure you subscribed on the newsletter. When I reached 100, you will inspire me to write and pushed me through my sickness in between chemo. It always takes me a while to write but people often say to me that it cheers them up.

Now, even more laughter can be had for those who are not on facebook.

http://laughterwithcancer.com/

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