Laughter with Cancer
Mar 24, 2017 22:23:46

Printing out a new business card. I’m thinking of ways to evolve this page to the next level, will see if I can run either online or offline support group that focus on the positive outlook during treatment to lift people’s spirit. Any feedbacks are most welcome as to how I can help others.

Hope this will put a smile on those receiving it 🙂

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Laughter with Cancer
Mar 24, 2017 14:07:39

D642: CAN WEEPING BE A MAJESTIC ACT?

Nature tells me that it can be so 🙂

I walked past this gorgeous weeping willow today. I had to stop to admire it.

In life, things that make us weep can be a beautiful thing.

Nothing is good or bad.
Our thinking makes it so.

24.03.17

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Laughter with Cancer
Mar 24, 2017 05:44:18

Check out my new design.
Would you wear one too? 🙂

If I have enough people interested, I will order them. I can take out the logo and aiming to give part of the profit for my cancer circle.

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Laughter with Cancer
Mar 23, 2017 10:48:08

Nailed it today. Along with back to back yoga and tai chi class. I was feeling optimistic 😄 Someone will sleep like a baby tonight.

PS: I am looking for awesome people to join Laughter with cancer team for One Day to Conquer Cancer this October.

Are you game to walk 25km with me?

If I can do it, you can too! 🙂

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Laughter with Cancer
Mar 23, 2017 06:59:11

This time last year, I visited a dear friend of mine Gavan. Not long after he passed away. I still think of him. I was so grateful I get to spend his last few moments together. I remember his kind heart and his smile.

It was that day he convinced me to take my mole out which turns out to be melanoma.

Forever grateful for this.

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Laughter with Cancer
Mar 23, 2017 06:54:20

I went to a local GP to get a result for my hormone test today. As expected the numbers the early post-menopausal effect from chemo and radiation.

For my cancer friend: Do you get early post menopausal too? And are you taking any hormone therapy?

I mentioned that I have gone through Ewing. It was nice to hear that my GP have heard of it before. Some doctors never heard of it.

Then, he proceeded to say that Ewing is an aggressive tumor. He told me to stay positive. He proceeded to say that,”Your will plays role in your healing. There is research done about it.” It makes me so happy to hear this.

It gives me a nudge to evolve “Laughter with Cancer” as a program for those who are still battling cancer. Recently, I receive a message about how my video and messages help her get through her treatment.

I am hoping to create a support group of some kind where the stories will be based on sharing toolkits to lift patients spirit.

Every now and then, I am reminded how lucky I am to be here today.

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