Growing up, even though I lived less than three kilometres away from school, spending more than 14 hours in school each day meant that I barely had any time for academics. I remember scoring 2/100 in JC for a chemistry test. The thing is, I didn't turn in a blank paper. I actually attempted all … Continue reading Happy Teachers’ Day
Sorry for being AFK (away from keyboard). I haven’t written anything in awhile because believe it or not, the introvert in me was pretty overwhelmed by the flood of concerned messaged received ever since I started blogging. Back here again because more concerned friends texted to ask if I’m okay since I haven’t updated in … Continue reading Sorry for being AFK
“During chemotherapy how does it feel like to have electrodes stuck to your head?” I was actually quite surprised and taken aback when someone asked me that question. Truth be told, before I was assigned the role of cancer troll, I had absolutely no idea what chemotherapy entails, or how it was administered. I lost … Continue reading WTF is chemotherapy?
Dear Stranger Even though we've never actually met, I felt as though I knew you personally. We found out around the same time about our cancers. You were 26 then and I was 23. And I’m pretty sure that neither of us expected it and believed that even if we did get diagnosed with cancer … Continue reading Saving a Stranger
Hello my name is Kimberley and I've cancer. Back in December last year, I wrote a long note on Facebook about journeying with cancer. I wrote the note because I was tired of keeping up with the web of lies that I had spun when people asked where I had been the past year. Much to … Continue reading Hello My Name’s Kimberley and I’ve Cancer