Laughter with Cancer
Jun 20, 2015 03:58:32

This is what happened to me last Tuesday 16th June 2015. Now, you know why it hurts lol. There were 2 incision made on my neck and my right chest. Because of my chemo drugs type, they are putting a double port on me.

Ps: Don’t watch if you don’t like gory stuff lol

Port insertion: https://youtu.be/t4tyuWBXqhs

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 19, 2015 09:32:10

One of the challenge in life is to ask for help. I have special guests Jessica and Jenny (hiding behind the camera)

I have been so touched by the amount of people who offer to help. And, I have been instructed by a lot of my friends that it is time for me to receive kindness instead of giving it for a change.

You have all been so kind to me and I cannot be more grateful to have so much kindness in my life.

What random act of kindness will you do today?

Vlog 19.06.15 – 3pm
Day 3 of 280 days

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 18, 2015 22:30:00

What’s the smallest JOY will you find today?

19.06.15 : Day 3 of 280 days of chemo.

Next round 8th July 2015 – 5 days inpatient

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 18, 2015 04:24:19

Hug updates from 17-18 June 2015 :
1 volunteers + 2 doctors + 2 nurses + 2 receptionist total of 20 (3 doctors so far) lol . Oh and if I count 3 randoms on waiting room at hospital it will be 23 lol

My morning doctors just did their round (must catch pic with them next time). I got to hug 2 lovely doctors Courtney and Raj with a bonus lovely nurse Steph who is so bubbly with her bright yellow top and Ammu who promise to sing hugging song for me lol

A hug goes a long way, they said they’ll put me in windows side for my next visit in 2 weeks lol

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 18, 2015 02:00:00

18.05.15 : Spread the love 🙂

Plus tips on sleeping!

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 17, 2015 22:52:03

Good morning!

My first hospital breakfast 🙂

I didn’t sleep til 12 last night and woke up every couple hours to go wee as they drip me in so much liquid. Lucky, I can go back to sleep fairly easily. I felt a bit nauseous last night but I took a deep breath and focus on sleeping it off. Meditation definitely helps during this process if you havent done it. Start now..in the meantime do the basic of taking deep breath to calm you down.

They say my taste bud will change and I will lose my appetite. The second has come true, the first I am yet to find out 🙂

I am grateful for:
1. The doctors, nurses and med staff at PeterMac has been exceptionally kind and huggable!
2. I have breakfast made for me
Dang that is a lot of eggs. I think I may have made a mistake lol.
3. Last night dinner was yum. I’m impressed with the menu : butter chicken and potato wedges + garden salad and fruit platter to balance it out.

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 17, 2015 11:00:00

WHAT CHALLENGES IN LIFE WILL YOU EMBRACE AS A GIFT?

It’s lengthy but worth watching. I hope you find joy in it 🙂 Tonight, my special guest is Genevieve Quan 🙂

Today is my first day for chemo. So much information to take. So far I am still feeling okay. Just a bit freaked out with my red urine but apparently it is just the effect from the drug. The doc said Ewing has 50% chance of coming back hence why she suggested chemo to ensure we rid of it. Even when there is no tumour, the cancer cells are too small to be picked up by PET scan. The lump that I found grow quite fast within 1 week.

I am grateful that I am still given 10 months chemo. I could have been given 10 months to live instead.

So my spiritual journey has officially started.

17.06.15 – Day 1 of 280 days.

279 to go YAY 🙂

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 17, 2015 07:07:46

I sent this pic to my family lol. It has began! Apparently, the whole process will take 8.5 hours if not longer. I am now being given fluid and anti nausea before chemo drugs…which about to start soon!

I have been warned it will make me really tired, nauseous, taste buds change and also likely possibilities of ulcers, constipation, diarrhea, brain fog, losing apetite, tingling sensation on my fingers and toes plus others that I can’t remember lol. Goodness gracious.

Day 1 of 280 days.

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Laughter with Cancer
Jun 17, 2015 06:25:35

My first doctor hug! hehe.

That’s a total of 13 medical staff to date.

Dr. Yada gives me good news that PET scan shows that there is no tumour anywhere else. While the cancer hasn’t spread, unfortunately I still have to have my 10 months chemotherapy. It sounded a pretty full on treatment after hearing all the side effects. Send me prayers that there is no complication along the way.

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