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this made me smile :)

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today….

my day started with this:

taking of blood for cbc…….ouchie!

then i went walking and had a great time with my “constant companion”:

my invacare quad cane!!!!

had a fruit platter for breakfast:

grapes, apples and oranges….yum…yum….yum

went to the supermarket. mom was in “panic buying mode” and she bought these:

cans of ensure

went home and had fun doing this:

looney tunes colouring book and pentel pastels…….loving it!

got bored and decided to go online:

i’m versatile…as you can see i watch tv while checking my mails..he he he

now, i’m sleepy……bed calling……..gotta do the nap nap nap

till next post! ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!

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panic button = on

one humid day

crowded train

perspiring

chilling

trembling

difficulty breathing

chest pains

dizzy

throwing up

emergency room

capitol medical center

170608

please take care…..i care for you so much

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the center of my heart

How do I begin to say
Words are not enough to show you how I really feel
How the night is now just knowing you are here
I can show you night and day
I’ll hold you ’till the end of tomorrows disappear
Now it’s all so clear
What a fool I would have been if I never let you in
Inside of me so faithfully you stood by me

It started with a leap of faith, took me to a higher place
Though I wasn’t ready to believe you were there to reach inside of me
I thank you for the love you gave
For every step along the way
You taught me to believe again,
Baby, that’s the hardest part.
It’s all because you took the journey
The journey to the center of my heart

Looking back I have to laugh
Thinking how I walked the earth so proudly on my own
When deep down I was scared to be alone
Somewhere down that lonely path
You appeared with love to follow anywhere I go
How did you know you could turn my world around
This place I never would have found
Without you I would spend my life afraid to fly

It started with a leap of faith, took me to a higher place,
Though I wasn’t ready to believe you were there to reach inside of me
I thank you for the love you gave
For every step along the way
You taught me to believe again
Baby, thats the hardest part.
It’s all because you took the journey
The journey to the center of my heart

What a fool I would have been
If I never let you in inside of me so faithfully you stood by me

It started with a leap of faith, took me to a higher place,
Though I wasn’t ready to believe you were there to reach inside of me
I thank you for the love you gave
For every step along the way
You taught me to believe again
Baby, thats the hardest part.
It’s all because you took the journey
The journey to the center of my heart

I thank God you took the journey to the center of my heart

the center of my heart/michael bolton

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my journey continues

Been sitting here in front of my laptop for almost an hour now but i still couldn’t figure out if i will write something here or not. My brain’s on the loose!

Sorry I haven’t posted for a while. After the consolidation chemo, I hibernated to dream land and tried to live a pseudo-normal life. But with my restrictions and “not-to-dos” it’s difficult most of the time. I’ve been continuously doing my therapy and patiently waiting for that time where I would see myself walk on my own two feet again. For now, I can already go up and down the stairs by myself, without a cane (I just cling to the stair handles like my life depends on it, ha ha ha).

I’m done with my liver function test, 2D-echo, lung capacity test, glucose tolerance test, sperm count test and endoscopy. Yesterday, they’ve removed “Hickie” (good grief!) and I also had my bone marrow biopsy. Tomorrow, I have an appointment with my EENT doctor in the morning and my dentist in the afternoon. I’m also taking a close to 20 pills a day and still under a strictly organic fruit, vegetable and soft diet. Whew! I was told that these are phases in preparation for the “my big SCT” next month.

I still feel lethargic at times but I know that I’m getting better every day. I’m still adjusting to these big changes in my life and I really thank God because all is going well so far. There were anomalies in some of my test results but my doctors assured me that they are all manageable and the prognosis are very encouraging. Nothing major has come up yet and my numbers are still okay. And, I have to mentioned that “someone” is making me smile every morning, making my “every day” a better one. Ehem! (I can’t wait to spend some “quality tea time” with her soon).

I’m taking some baby steps, getting myself ready for the transplant while trying to live a somewhat normal life. My hope and trust is in HIM—my Lord, Savior and Healer—-because He knows what’s best for me and I’m completely surrendering my life to Him and letting Him do His will in my life.

Again, I want to say thank you to those who are still praying for me. God bless all of you! And to those who made comments in some of my entries here, thank you so much. Please know that I truly appreciate your visit and although I may not be able to answer all of them now, they are very important to me and I will try to answer them one of these days.

And I want to say a “special” thank you to Pastor Eric C. Maliwat of 702 DZAS. Thanks for the email po and for the prayers. More power to your station.

My journey from brokenman to betterman continues!!! Please journey with me!

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