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September 2019 LIFE Celebrations

I am entering another milestone year since my breast cancer journey begun...tumor marker results stable, my weight is also stable...not losing much precious pounds.

Though I’ve been sickly and feverish the past few weeks, I am now feeling okay again just in time to celebrate my cousin’s birthday.

I will be your God throughout your lifetime— until your hair is white with age. I made you, and I will care for you. I will carry you along and save you . ~ Isaiah 46:4 NLT

I will be your God throughout your lifetime— until your hair is white with age. I made you, and I will care for you. I will carry you along and save you. ~ Isaiah 46:4 NLT

…and since I haven’t seen John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum yet, I felt so giddy when my boyfriend, Keanu Reeves also got invited via 4K Ultra HD...LOL! 😂📺 Thank you folks! ❤️

I got teary eyed during this scene…

Faithfully Yours: Seasons change but GOD’s LOVE Remains...

Right here, right now is where GOD is calling you to find joy. Right here, right now, in the midst of the journey...

Now, just months shy away from when my breast cancer journey begun two years ago, and also almost a year now after my life-changing dental paresthesia that still lingers, today also marks a year after my failed left eye surgery for which I had a corrective surgery done just 2 weeks ago.

Through all these life challenges, with knees wobbling and heart sobbing, one thing that kept me going then, now and GOD’S Grace and though my life’s seasons keep on changing, HIS Merciful Love Remains...and for this, I am and will always be eternally grateful.


LORD help me live from day to day, In such a humble sort of way, To give a smile, help lift a load, For those I meet along life's road, And when I come to my journey's end, My life I have not lived in vain, If one dear soul can smile and say, "I'm glad I met her on life's way.


Featured related post: by GOD’s Grace, one day at a time…


This day, last year…


I always try to live by the saying that “everyday may not be good, but there’s always something to be thankful for...”— this rings so much truer now during my breast cancer journey.

It all started during my routine mammogram.  The tech during that one August morning said she needed to take more pictures.  I already got a bit worried then but just brushed it off.

A few days after, I got a call back to come in for a diagnostic mammogram this time around plus ultrasound.  I was then told by the breast care nurse that 2 abnormalities were found (Bi-RAD 4/suspicious) and that I needed to have a biopsy done the next week.  

I had a core-needle biopsy done and not to scare off those of you who might need to have one, I find this type of biopsy so barbaric!  I was in so much pain!  But then again each one of us have a different threshold to what may be painful to me might just be a pinch to you. 

BUT...the biopsy pain I endured then was no comparison to the pain I felt in my ear, my entire body, my soul...upon getting the results call that I have breast cancer.

My heart sank...

Though I’ve already faced breast cancer though my mother whom by GOD’s grace is a 12 years survivor now and still going...I’ve always been the caregiver and not the one who will need caring for...

My first ever surgery was then scheduled 2 weeks after. I was so scared, my faith falters...

Dear GOD, equip me with your strength as I face my biggest challenges.

 Surgery day came...all I can do is offer my life to GOD...

 ...and as if in a blink of an eye it was all over!  

Feeling woozy from the general anesthesia didn’t hinder the clarity of seeing the relieved faces of my loved ones. I felt calmness...

When I said, “My foot is slipping,”your unfailing love, Lord, supported me. When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought me joy. ~ Psalm 94:18:19

My post-op recovery is going amazingly well! I’m already up and about early on and especially after the drainage bulbs were removed.  My family and I just came back from a thanksgiving trip to San Juan Capistrano Mission, California where the Shine of St. Peregrine (Patron Saint of cancer patients and survivors) is located inside the Serra Chapel.

Jesus turned and saw her. “Take heart, daughter,” he said, “your faith has healed you.” And the woman was healed at that moment. ~ Matthew 9:22

Thanksgiving is upon us and I thank GOD for my healing!  It took GOD, St. Peregrine, faith, family and friends to see me through.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  Love and light to all!


I attended mass today scarred but thankful for HIM holding my hands then, now and through my life’s journey ‘til I am finally home with HIM…

Faithfully Yours: THANK GOD, I have 9Lives!

THANK GOD for being a cat lover!  I have 9Lives! 😺...being Anemic, a heart and cancer patient, had 4 eye surgeries and the latest being jabbed and severely bruised by the Pacquiao like dentist...I am now today feeling better again. 🤗

"She may be quiet, but she's a warrior and her prayers can move mountains"...