Life with Cancer, Entry#18: Asian Eyes

Christmas shopping was unique for me last month. I found that I could no longer walk long distances without feeling tired and nauseous, so my doc prescribed me some handicap parking placards, and for the first time ever, I did my Christmas shopping in a wheelchair. It wasn’t bad! Christmas shopping normally involves being packed like sardines…

Life with Cancer, Entry#15: Deep Freeze

We live in Texas. The weatherman on the television set was nothing short of giddy last night as he stammered his way through his apocalyptic forecast for today: “We will be expecting a subfreezing arctic blast through the entire southern portion of our region… temperatures will drop well into the lower twenties with snow certainly melting on…

Life with Cancer, Entry#14: Different Tastes

There are people in Asia who consider dog as a delicacy. Our dog considers Asian people a delicacy. What goes around, comes around… words worth remembering, indeed. Lol   Please help me in my quest to raise public awareness on how cancer originating from Hepatitis B (the cancer that I have) can be easily prevented.  One…