Tuesday, January 17, 2017

TOP of the mountain

Feeling extremely GREAT today because I have achieved something that never happened to me for the SO MANY Lumbar Puncture performed since CMT 1!

When the lady from the lab called me....
I kinda like..SSHOCKED in disbelief!
Wow..... CHAMPAGNE Tap this!
Literally want to fly. Hahaha
HAPPY daoo...

Anyway, been a real busy day today with TIA patients in clinic. But Dr Kumar been a great help.
We cleared them up quick, did a ward round in CCU and then off I went to do this LP.

Then the nightmare news of x2 of my SHOs called in sick!😭 Which means, I will be the FY1, SHO, Registrar and maybe some senior input elsewhere. 1 man show this! Terrible...for the whole ward.

Worse thing that could happen on a Monday morning. No wonder today is labelled as Black Monday. but thank God, I survived. Things were done accordingly and no patients were compromised. We managed.
When you start off the day right, surrendering everything into His mighty hands. Things will turn out FINE. Today is a great day. ** I was a bit stress about doing the LP initially. But hey ho, managed it with my first attempt anyway. GREAT!

wasSup Doc: Everyday is a new day that the Lord has made, we shall rejoice in it! Thank You Lord :)

Sunday, January 15, 2017

If only..

One day, maybe... that one day you would remember who I am.

Just wanted to say this....
Is this how it looked like?
We never got round eating this ey 😋

*putting an end to this.......**

WasSup Doc:  There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear 1 John 4:18

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Greetings of 2017

A new resolution for 2017, I guess.
To re-start writing or pen down some thoughts of mine.

Hello world.
It has been a while since my last entry.

Out of curiosity and so revisited the blog I started in 2006 and wow, it still allows me to log in and so, here is it. Writing the 1st post of 2017.

Probably nobody reading it now but hey ho, who cares, a personal read for myself 10 years down the road then.

10 years ago, it was a gungho moment to start writing.
All my beloved Uni mates were writing actively and so I joined the bandwagon of doing so. *NO REGRETS :)*

10 years later, I read all those posts I wrote and realised the importance of penning stuff down and see how much I have grown. emotionally, physically and spiritually.

A little bit of wrinkles here and there, but that just telling me that I have been through up and down.
Here I am, still alive and well, by God's amazing grace.

Goodbye 2016. Hello 2017

WasSup Doc: Take a leap of faith and begin this wondrous new year by believing. Believe in yourself. And believe that there is a loving Source- a Sower of Dreams - Just waiting to be asked to help you make your dreams come true.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

What was the MIRACLE?

This was it. Had a few friends asking what was the miracle that I mentioned in FB the other day and thought I would just penned it down on my blog, reminding myself as well about His goodness and He answered my prayer in my little prayer book :]

A project about patients' safety was accepted by an international health forum in London for a poster presentation last month. Praise the Lord for this oppotunity, but at the sametime, it was a huge dilemma for my colleague and myself who are keen to go, because the course fees itself cost a BOMB! a 3 days course cost £917 per person and bear in mind, this is just the course fees. Not including the accomodation, transport fare, and meals, it's LONDON we are talking here ey. But after much discussion, we decided to just go for it anyway because it is a once in a lifetime opportunity, how often does our work get recognised? Ermm, very unlikely I guess, unless you have a successful project with very influential supervisor. In the end we decided tp pay the course fees using our own pocket money, just waiting to attend the forum in April 2013 then. Informed Mel that I will be bunking at hers whilst am there to save cost :P

Just last week, I received an email from the supervisor who oversees us about thie project. He delivered a GOOD news to us, saying that Wigan NHS trust is willing to sponsor us to attend this forum AND accomodation included. Rubbed my eyes and read again, yes, it is correct. The trust is going to fund for us to attend this course and covering the 3 days accomodation as well. Wow WOW WOOWW!! *background info: If you have not already known, NHS in the UK is having financial crisis, with million of debts, to get anything funded, chances are near to zero. Can be described like squeezing water from a stone. The main aim of most trusts at present is to cut cost, save money, reduce admissions. Each and every penny is CRUCIAL to them!* So to get it FULLY funded, it's definitely a God's intervention. PLUS, I remembered writing in down last month on my prayer request book: Sponsorship to IHI forum. Viola, God just performed a miracle for me. *ticked* Uber awesome mowseome! He has indeed looked after me well :)

So peeps, note of encouragement. Ask and you will receive. He might not answer your prayer immediately, but in His time. So ASK and BELIEVE. :)

xx When all you have is Jesus, He is all you need xx
WasSup Doc: Statement above ;)

Monday, January 21, 2013

Sunday JOY..

I look forward to Sundays:) A day we can go to church and meet God's people, sing His praises and worship Him. Also, seeing my lovely kiddies in Sunday School. Guess it's one RIGHT decision I made this academic year, to serve Him in this ministry! The joy of seeing them learn about God, remembering bible verses and the conversations we shared over one and half hours, it's just bliss to me. 

Lunch time with kiddies, precious. The lunch bags unite:)
Before class starts, the children will have their lunch break in the canteen. Most of them have their lunch packed nicely by their dedicated mums. Me being the 'little kid wanna be' would packed my own lunch and tucked it into my lovely lunch bag [am SO INTO Lunch bags now, oh dear me, obsessed!] and share this precious time, eating with them, having small chit chat sessions about how their week went and comparing our food:P We would talk about the biggest fish in the sea, their Mandarin classes, and spicy seaweed they are munching! Muakakkkaa...fun times.com!

Right, just a small sharing about my class today. I am teaching class 1 at the moment (5-6 years old). Lesson today was about Abraham, and I had to teach them the song 'Father Abraham' with ACTIONS! Hahahaha...right arm, left arm, right leg, left leg, chin up and turn around..a good workout for me but kids were so enthu and energetic! Must admit, me is one old woman, after 2 rounds of the song, am breathless! Blame on me have to sing out loud and shout and action! Multitasking but oh my my, i had so much fun! It's been a while. To see the kids smile, the laughter, the joy in them and singing God's songs is just bliss. 

On top of that, when a child unexpectedly could recite word for word of a bible verse I taught last week caught me by surprise that he actually could remember!! Sherlyn just randomly asked the class:' Who can remember the verse we learned last week.' This 5 years old Chinese boy in class, *not paying attention in class most of the time as he was playing with his friend* quickly raised his hands and answered " We will serve the Lord our God, we will obey Him, Joshua 24:24!!! And that kept Sherlyn and myself speechless and jaw wide opened..WOW, 5 stars for you, Jordie! NOTE, he is just 5! ;) Effort paid off!

So class ended with some bible stories and drawings. The best part is, these small little tiny kids, will drag their big bulky fleece coat [thanks to UK cold weather!] and trying to put them on, so me being the mummy will go up to them and zip up for them, putting on their hats and gloves, and reminding them to be a good boy/girl this coming week and rmb to pray! With their still soft voices, they will reply 'Yes miss. See you!' Awww....heart melts 99! Kill me, kill me, kill me. They are so adorable!

Sometimes, it really needs the faith of a child to remind me that's all I need to trust and believe God, who can do all things for me. Sunday school is where I myself is learning more about Christ, His people and how His promises are REAL. I <3 font="font" nbsp="nbsp" school="school" sunday="sunday">

WasSup Doc: We will serve the Lord our God, we will obey Him. Joshua 24:24. Give me a patient heart, to serve you in this ministry :)

Sunday, January 13, 2013

I'm coming home!

It's official, it's confirmed:) 
I AM COMING home to Malaysia for Chinese New Year! Hooray...
Say I am spoilt, say I am wasting money$$, 3 months apart and I am going back again.
oh who cares, I do not want to be staying alone in this freezing country celebrating CNY alone! *Bluek*!
Cant wait to make noise with the TEO FAM, and eat the glorious CNY food! 
excited.com :)

Cant wait to see this signboard AGAIN at KLIA!
 HAPPIEST decision made :)

But before that, few job interviews to conquer! 

Smile, HE holds my future ^_^

wasSup Doc: 'Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.' Proverbs 16:3.
It's the verse of the day on my phone. Timely indeed :D

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Dissapointed with myself..

It has been a maniac day at GP surgery today. Full clinic for morning and afternoon sessions.
Got home about 615pm, when I was supposed to finish at 5pm.

Had to walk 45 minutes under the rain to visit a 90 years old lady. Despite had to go through this pathetic weather, glad that when I leave her home, she still smile and wave me goodbye. That's all matters.

But on top of that, something else happened today and it wasn't pleasant :'(
It just broke my heart and being qualified for almost a year half now, missing something important when examining a patient wasn't a good feeling at all. felt so sorry for the patient and wished I could have done better. Let myself down tremendously.
Everyday when I go to work, I am reminded that God has given me these hands to touch lives and to bless others. I aimed NOT to bring harm to the patients I see but to bring them comfort and peace.

 A joyful heart, that's all I need to start my day off!

wasSup Doc: oh Lord, enable me to fulfill my medical calling in love, wisdom and integrity. Grant me sincerity in all that I say and do. Strengthen me to persevere in the face of fatigue. Lead me by Your spirit in my daily work.