Friends and food equals to fun

I KNEW I was stressed when my gastric started to act up. The past six months had been an extremely busy period for me. Although I tried to relax, the work just kept coming. I am not complaining though. Work... more »

Back to the drawing board

THE one phone call I have been waiting for the past three months never came, not that I was looking forward to it with great enthusiasm anyway. I was supposed to be informed by the hospital of a date for... more »

My day out

I spent an entire day in a shopping mall last Friday, most part of it by myself. No, I was not on a buying spree. In this uncertain economic climate, I only spend on the necessities. Rather, I was stranded... more »

A nurse par excellence

THE clanging of the food trolley indicated dinner was about to be served. The menu was predictable. After one month in the hospital, I almost knew what was going to be served. It was either fish or chicken, a portion... more »

Signs of our times

MY bladder was near to bursting. The first accessible toilet I found was locked. I was not sure if someone was inside but I was not about to hang around to find out. The next one I found was also... more »

Living and dealing with paralysis

“I HOPE you don’t mind me asking but how do you deal with living like this?” a friend asked me over coffee recently. He paused for a moment, trying to find the right words. “I mean being paralysed?” We have... more »
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