As per today, the COVID-19 pandemic has already affected 209 countries, more than 1.6 million people, and taken more than 95.000 lives.
We all kind of live in a bubble where we think we’re indestructible until something like this happens.
Continue reading “HOW TO LIVE WITH DYING”
The world is unprepared for COVID-19.
Continue reading “HOW TO HANDLE CHANGE”
Many families in many countries lose their loved ones to this horrific virus,
and my heart grieves witnessing this whole mess the pandemic brings.
It’s been almost two weeks that I am back on steroids, as supportive or palliative treatment. My clinical symptoms were increasing, maybe caused by edema, which inexorably leads to a further decrease in my quality of life.
Continue reading “SAVE MYSELF SOME PAIN”
Our love story is perfect.
We first met in summer 2015 in Stuttgart. Tobias was waiting at the park next to my German language school. While, I was eyeing the classroom clock, impatiently waiting for the class to end. The first time I met him, I saw a tall handsome man with greenish eyes in a light green T-shirt. My eyes got real big and I felt butterflies in my stomach. We grabbed lunch, kebabs 🥙, and we sat under a tree and talked for hours, then he went back home to another city 1 hour away from Stuttgart.
Continue reading “WHAT I LOVE ABOUT MY HUSBAND”
Last week was tough.
I got a heart breaking email, a young lady who is a wife and a mother, passed away from complications caused by DIPG.
I read on the Facebook DIPG community how many are dying so young, going so soon.
Continue reading “CHANCE AND COURAGE”
A BELATED HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL!
Apologies for the delay in posting, I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas & New Year.
I got back home a few days ago from my Seoul trip. This morning, finally I completely overcame my jet lag. And, I’ve got a story to share.
Continue reading “ONCE UPON A TIME IN SEOUL”
Last week, a lazy Sunday evening on the Sofa.
Continue reading “HOW WAS YOUR WEEK?”
Tobias: Oh I’m an old man. I need 3 days rest to recover from 4 days working.
Me: You’re so blessed, not everyone could have what you have, working 80% and love what you’re doing. Priceless!
Me: Better is one hand open with rest, and another hand is working. Than both hands are working and chasing.
Tobias: True! Is that a Chinese wisdom?
Me: A quote in the Bible I read this morning hehe.