Laughter with Cancer
Sep 15, 2015 11:49:31

D91: KEEP LAUGHING…especially on low days 🙂

Gotta laugh at Kye’s joke:
Laughter is a good medicine
…unless you’ve got diarrheoa haha

Thanks for the visit Kye 🙂

D91 of 280ish day chemo

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 14, 2015 11:56:08


For once, take five and feel alive.

Everyday, we can still greet our day with this very one breath of life …is a happy day.

In memoriam of Scott Dinsmore, a truly living legend.
Thank you for giving me the space and community to do the work I love.
Two years ago, I delivered my first seminar as a life coach at Live Your Legend meetup. I am forever grateful to have met amazing people in your LYL community. Your spirit and passion will keep on living Scott.

D90 of 280ish day chemo

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 14, 2015 02:10:11

A silly question many of us take for granted. But do you realise there is only one breath away between life and death?

I remember vividly when I tried to rescue this poor little bird on my morning walk. I called it Eddy. I walked passed him and saw ants already covering him ready to devour his dying wings. I could see his eyes were open helplessly. I couldn’t help but to pick him up and rescue him from those ants even if I have no clue what to do next.

I hold it dearly in my hand. I looked at him with sadness hoping he can make it. My mind ponders as to who to call for bird rescue. I have never done anything like this before. I kept watching him with love as I brushed those ants away from him. I can only hope he knows that he is not alone anymore.

It was not long before Eddy taught me THE GIFT OF LIFE IS ONLY ONE BREATH AWAY. I felt his body went stiff and coldness touched my hand. For the first time, I experienced death in front of my eyes. In my very own hand, the very last breath of living.

From that moment onward, I know how precious that one breathe of life is. Thanks to Eddy, I’ll always be grateful for each breath that I take.

I buried him with tears and thank him with love for giving me a precious life lesson on the brief moment that we met. Universe is my greatest teacher.

Be grateful for this precious breath of life 🙂

Happy Monday!

Blessings xx

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 13, 2015 13:18:01


Remember to always be gentle with ourselves especially in bad days.

Give as much time for your body to recover. This is the best time to learn about PATIENCE and most importantly to have COMPASSIONATE SELF-LOVE.

If one spoon is all we can eat then that is okay and that is enough. You are doing the best you can. Protein drink is your best friend when you can’t eat. Aim to eat small portion more often and remember to hydrate.

TIPS: I started a new habit to drink everytime I go to the toilet to rehydrate. It seems to be working in keeping headache away. Before chemo, I’d sleep through the night. Now, I’d woke up at least 3 times a night.

Take it one breath, one step, one moment at a time.

D89 of 280ish day chemo

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 13, 2015 09:56:00

My parents’ friend came down for a day just to visit me detouring from their Sydney trip before going home to Indonesia. Bless their soul. I haven’t seen them for years. They said I’m like my late dad…always smiling which is nice to hear 🙂

We had lunch together. I seem to always eat more when there is company. I’m still feeling sick but laughter makes you feel better. It was really nice that they pray for me too.

I’m really grateful to have so many kindness and kind people in my life. May your day filled with kindness too

D89 of 280ish day chemo

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 13, 2015 09:21:40

Who is up to be a smiling warrior with me?

Don’t ever let anyone or anything take your smile away.

Life is better with a smile 🙂
…and a hug ox

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 13, 2015 04:58:13

Inviting huggers from Melbourne to join Hugs For Change huggable night out 🙂 Contact Jes Sica May for tickets. Meet and network with other charitable kind people on the night! It’ll be a night of kindness 🙂

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 12, 2015 12:05:53


During our trial times is the best time to be one with our body.

I get a bit teary recording this because last round after blood transfussion I had more energy and for that split moment I forgot that I have cancer. Recently, I got asked if it bothers me that I can’t do all the things I used to do. Those who know me knows I have very active life. I believe many cancer friends are confronted with this new change too.

But never fear, have faith in your body and yourself.

Our body will keep healing to LIVE
Our soul will keep on growing to LOVE
…until our last breath.
TO LIVE and LOVE is what truly matters
even for a short moment that we are given.

To my cancer friends know that you are not alone in this trial times.

Blessings, hugs and love.

PS: I forgot that I have 6 not 5 anti nausea medication.
– Palonosetron (starting this round). It meant to last me for 5 days. I’m not taking granisetron anymore.
– Emend
– Dexamethasone
– Ondansetron
– Cyclizine
– Domperidone

D88 of 280ish day chemo.

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 11, 2015 23:48:00

Thank you PK Lee for thinking of me and shared this with me. So, I’m sharing this with you too because TODAY’S THE DAY!

Happy weekend everyone!

Ellen is in my bucketlist to hug as well!!

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 11, 2015 12:03:32


Yesterday was national RU OK day but every day people should care a little more. Ask the question and truly listen. Sometimes, people don’t need the answer. They just need to know that someone care and there for them.

One of the biggest cause of suicide is that if they do not matter / make a difference in life.

But every single human being matter and every single human being deserve to be loved and to be happy.

If you are reading this, I want to ask you the question,”Are you okay” because I care and I love you 🙂

Nat xx

D86 of 280ish day chemo

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