Ok. I am one of those people who thinks that every new thing gets better over time, like wine. I only started to watch Black Mirror this year, this episode – San Junipero from 2016 yesterday. AND I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT! Especially the songs. I have been a 80s fan for the longest time, and this movie totally re-ignited my fandom of the genre. You can find the playlist in Spotify under the name San Junipero – Black Mirror – Expanded Playlist. Or an alternative would be this youtube video:
Happy listening! 🙂
Oh. Where have I been. My blog entries are practically extinct for the past few months.
No doubt that I have been working, but more importantly, I have been reading. A lot more.
Continue reading “Books and Lupus”
Recently I have been given a chance to think about ways to tackle the biggest issue that every corporation has: resources leaving. Continue reading “Time is all we need… or is it?”
The periodic checkup readings to a lupus patient, especially for a Lupus Nephritis patient, is never short of a roller coaster ride where randomness is the only constant. Continue reading “My readings are back to normal again!”
Here’s a nice song to play to when you are reading wartime romance novels, or anything from the 1910s – 1940s. Not suitable for brutal wartime siege novels though.
There are only two defenses against despair: working and fighting; but they’re not always enough. There’s also a third, which is telling one another lies: we all fall into that.
– Dov, If not now, when?
We don’t have to tell each other lies though. Working and fighting is great for keeping out of despair. 😊
(Note: The picture above is not Josie’s kid)
When I first met Josie (not her real name), it was during a lupus support group forum. The topic for the forum was about Lupus Nephritis medications. A young lady raised her hand, and spoke of her 6-year-old daughter’s conditions. The girl has been diagnosed with lupus nephritis class IV, and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. The doctor mentioned that in the past it is a fatal disease. But now generally people could live with it up to 20 – 30 years.
“Do you mean she can only live up to 30s as she’s 6 now?” She sobbed.
That was almost eight months ago. That was the first time I met Josie.
Continue reading “Josie’s parenting journey of a 6-year-old kid with a critical illness”