While watching a COVID-19 press conference by the Prime Minister a few weeks back, he was describing the new way of life and I told RK, “new normal”. Minutes later, he used the word “new normal”. And I gasped. Then something clicked in my brain. This COVID-19 is sounding more like cancer, the more I think about it.
Note: I’m gonna be inserting satire cancer memes from @thecancerpatient.
Continue reading COVID-19 Vs Cancer
This COVID-19 lockdown has forced me to cook at home more than ever. And unfortunately, I haven’t learn to embrace the joy of cooking yet. My bestfriend even asked me to watch Julie & Julia after hearing about my lack of enthusiasm for cooking. (Nice movie, btw!) But unlike Julia who learned to cook because she loved her husband and loved to eat, I don’t enjoy eating. LOL. I guess that’s one enlightenment I got from the movie. I don’t like cooking because I don’t like eating. Hahaha.
Continue reading Food I Avoid After Colon Cancer
Three months ago when I welcomed 2020, I knew I’d be going into unemployment soon because I’ve decided to take a career break. When March came, I excitedly started my “housewife” life, not knowing that just two weeks in, a lot of people would be staying home like (and unlike) me.
This Movement Control Order (MCO) that started in mid-March caused turbulence in everyone’s lives. No one is spared — young, old, rich, poor, healthy, unhealthy, employed, unemployed, self-employed, etc.
Continue reading 5 Things I’m Thankful for During MCO
Is it too late to only blog about my ROM (Registration of Marriage), one year after it happened? 😂
After RK proposed in July 2018, we didn’t start planning for our ROM and wedding until Jan 2019. We were putting off the planning because we initially wanted to wait for his sister to tie the knot first. But plan changed and we decided to get the work going come the new year.
Continue reading RK ♥️ Staci – ROM at Thean Hou Temple – March 2019
It’s funny how as a cancer survivor myself, I’ve never thought about growing my hair out for hair donation, until a friend told me about her own experience donating hair to make wig for cancer patients.
Continue reading Hair Donation for Cancer Patients Via Locks of Hope Malaysia
I’ve been to Bukit Kiara many times but mostly took the nicely paved gravel road walking track from Changkat Abang Haji Openg road, not because I prefer it but because I couldn’t figure out the dirt tracks. I find the track confusing as there’s no signage. And the maps that I find online are not of much help either.
Continue reading Hiking at Bukit Kiara, TTDI – Dec 2019
One of the best advices I heeded for the wedding was to: enjoy the moment. And you can bet RK and I did. In fact, I’ve never seen him happier than the night of our wedding reception and that made me even happier.
Continue reading Our Top 15 Wedding Moments Captured On Camera
I have a lot of favorites from our wedding and one of them is our Love Story slideshow. One of the bridesmaids stepped in and compiled this meaningful wedding slideshow for us last minute (within a week of the wedding). And it turned out so much better than what I envisioned.
Continue reading The Making of Our Love Story Wedding Slideshow
So I have finally screened through our wedding photos and uploaded them to Facebook. Going through these photos surely brought back a lot of memories of that night, as well as the many nights (and late nights) to prepare for the best night of our love story (yet).
While these thoughts are flying in my mind, let’s pen them down before they fly away! So here are the few things I miss about our DIY wedding planning.
Continue reading What I Miss The Most About Our DIY Wedding Planning
So I went bouldering (wall climbing) for the first time over the weekend and learned a great deal about my body: my muscles are really weak.
I mean…it’s nothing new, right? But I think nobody expected me to be handicapped for three days and having to stay away from work for three days after some not impressive attempt at bouldering. I didn’t even try that hard to begin with!
Continue reading How I Handicapped Both My Arms for 72 Hours