“This is not the end. I am still here. Still present. Still with you” I hear Him say as I read my devotion before I sleep. Twenty eighteen has been one heck of a year and I don’t even know where to begin when I try to describe it. But if there was one word […]Read more "UNEXPECTED"
“Every storm that I have gone through in the past God has brought me out of it alive and every storm that I may go through in the future God will bring me out of it alive because I know He will not let me drown.” Head Above Water is a song by pop-rock artist […]Read more "HEAD ABOVE WATER"
I’d like to type about my liver transplant today. Before I had my liver transplant I was on a waiting list. The doctor told my parents that the wait was most likely going to be a looooooong one. Some people wait for years and some don’t even make it, because it was too long. But […]Read more "LIVER TRANSPLANT"
My mum was born in Malaysia, she is the youngest of 6 siblings and being the youngest, she automatically became the most pampered child. As a result, she grew up kind of “spoilt”. She didn’t need to take care of anyone or be responsible for anything, let alone doing housework. Now you can see that […]Read more "THEALAGILLESGIRL’S MUM (2)"
Hang on a second there, before you start reading this post, it is advised that you use a laptop or a computer to read this. And by “this”, I mean the handwriting from my mum’s notebook. I mean, unless you have super vision, then go ahead and continue reading on your mobile 🙂 My mum’s […]Read more "THEALAGILLESGIRL’S MUM (1)"
I’ve lived in Malaysia for quite some years and during these years the thing I remember most are 1) my first friends, 2) my itchiness (caused by the deteriorating of my liver) and dizziness, 3) the hospital (UH or UMMC), 4) all the different schools that I attended (private, public, christian, special school and homeschool), […]Read more "WHEN IN MALAYSIA"
Oh mi gosh! Let me tell you about the countless of times that I wished I was normal. Countless of times in my life, from my primary school years to my 20s (now), I just wish I was normal. One day when I was in school our teacher gave us a paper and on it […]Read more "I WISH I WAS NORMAL"