Monthly Archives: April 2011

music to my ears, literally.

I love routines, speaking of the OCD-ness within myself. It is a craze that I am constantly thinking and adding to my endless of routines. Routine to work. Routine morning time in Daycare. Routine of everything. System of everything. Anyways, … Continue reading

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tik-tok tik-tok tik-tok

It is amazing enough what the brain can do. But stretching it to its maximum potential is more amazing. I started off four months ago, lurking in the dark. I hardly could explain to the patients the different regimes we … Continue reading

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the cheer amidst the sombreness

I was in the hub of chemotherapy-prescribing madness when my patients from the ward walked past us, smiling and laughing. They actually resembled Carrie Bradshaw and her girlies in SATC, except it’s Oncology and The City (hahaha, lame!). There was … Continue reading

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my plate and your plate differs

In this world we are living, IMHO we passed judgments on others too hastily. How many times do we hold ourselves (and our tongues) back and say “maybe there is a reason why…”. How many times do we start with … Continue reading

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it IS happening

There’s no turning back now. The decision is finalised. I am letting go of all the other options and trust in Him that this is my path. An oncologist in the making. 🙂  And I have never been so certain … Continue reading

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like a cup of hot cocoa

  I love hot drinks, which explains my inclination towards cafes and coffee shops. On average I drink almost 5-6 cups of hot beverages a day; majorly coffee + a cup of tea + a cup of cocoa. And so … Continue reading

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the point of reference

I absolutely love the writings from two websites in particular, The Virtual Mosque and Productive Muslim. I find them easy to relate to myself because they made it sound practical and doable. Yesterday, I received their weekly newsletter in my … Continue reading

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