Fate took an unexpected turnMany times I broke downNot knowing when the worst would end Illness made me felt so aloneDrained by the many ‘why me’ questionsExhausted by the turmoil in my mindIn finding the meaning of acceptance I found solace in silenceShunning away family and friendsBefriending paper and canvasConversing by written words and splashes […]
I just want to be home With them, with him I care no more Of the pain #after my surgery , day 3 Pic : excerpt from The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin; my reading during my hospital stay
I had the manuscript ready, hidden in my dropbox for months. I dared not turn them into reality. I feared of rejections. I was at a stage that I needed positivity to go on. A rejection letter would just bring my world crashing down. However, time flies fast, waiting for no one. I might not be able […]
Reading about dementia… “Where memories go” Beautifully written. Truly inspiring. Daughter to mother. #missmymum;17Nov1979
Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers – Charles William Eliot ———————————— #they love to read #they love to ask questions #we love to answèr their questions #sharing knowledge They’re my heroes.