October 16, 2014

Tugging at the Strings

Tugging at the strings of my heart, wanting to leave already.
Tugging at the strings, nay the reins, of constraint, wanting to exit so soon.
Tugging, tugging, tugging.

It's time to cut lose before it snaps.
It's time to let go before it breaks.

Slowly, though.
Not too quickly.
My pace, perhaps?
Though you prefer yours.
Let's try to meet halfway.
And we will both win.

June 10, 2014


May 3, 2014

Celebration with Curry!

It's a very belated birthday celebration so we decide to go to a slightly up market place. 

At the end of the day however, some of us still order the local fare Haha!
I have to say that this was yummilicious!

April 17, 2014

Review and Remove

So it's time to go visit the doctor. I am an expert now as to where to park! 

It's not a long wait but the place was crowded. We have to sit elsewhere. It seems like the extended family of one patient has occupied the whole waiting area. We sit in the foyer.

Finally they leave and we go in. 

The good doctor is kind and gentle. He has better nursing technique than some nurses I have seen! So glad!
She has the green light to go for her camp. Wow!

April 14, 2014

Eventful Week

She said there was a problem, and upon checking I concurred. We saw a few doctors and the next thing we knew, she was scheduled for surgery. Somehow it felt right too.

So after prayer and much prayer, we went to the hospital at the appointed time. There, whilst the operation took longer than expected, things were nonetheless smooth. 
She was discharged into my care the same day, despite having a small drain in situ. Thankful that I was able to care for her, it made good mother-daughter bonding time....

Parents never expect to see their children in hospital. So thankful for the peace of the Lord that passes all understanding.