Tuesday, March 11, 2014

It has been a while....

It's been a while since I last blogged.... Mainly is because I have been juggling my time which seems never enough!! 
So what have I been up to?
I got baptized in December! I 'heard' the calling finally and knew I had to do something. This was on December 15th.... The beginning of a new path in life.....

And I finally tried diving!! It's quite an amazing experience from not knowing how to swim to being able to dive! I had my certification dive in July last year at Pulau Redang.... Thereafter in November I went to Koh Lipe with a group of friends and dived there with Koh Lipe divers... Will blog more about the trip later....
Overall I have to say that comparing the two places I have dived in, Malaysia waters seems to be richer! Though there were some unique life that we saw at Koh Lipe while snorkeling. Yeah you bet! I think it was better to snorkel than dive at Koh Lipe....

End of last year I had a turn of events in my family where my mum was taken ill...
She was diagnosed with cancer with a large growth..... Now she has already undergone 5 cycles of chemotherapy and if God willing I will still have her with me for many years. 
My mum is quite an amazing woman.... She is very strong mentally and she is taking it one day at a time. So for those who are reading this, please keep my mum in your prayers. May God continue to lay his healing hands over her so that she may not suffer nor encounter pain..... Amen

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