She was at the hospital when we saw each other again. She just finished her chemo session so she was lying in bed most of the time. She doesn’t look sick except her hair was shaven. In fact, she was jolly while we were talking about her work (she’s on leave), her family (mostly about her nieces and nephew), my kids, and other things. She even joked about not wanting her remains to be interred in a public cemetery because the place is already crowded. We laughed about it but behind those laughter is the sad truth that everyone has to face when the day comes. When we were about to leave her room, she told me that she has stage IV cancer but she didn’t say how bad the condition is. I have yet to check on her this week for an update. In the meantime, let’s all pray for her immediate healing. I do believe in miracles.
Last year, a good friend launched Operation Back-to-School project to help at least 25 kids of Panglao go back to school. The project was a success. This year, she’s reaching out to Good Samaritans to help her continue the project through Back-to-School Project 2013.
To know more about this project, please visit her site through this link. It would be of great assistance if each one will extend our help in whatever way we can…
Just want to share this movie I watched during holy week. It somehow changed my perspective on life.
Two terminally ill men escape from a cancer ward and head off on a road trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die.