A Letter for My Little Angel

*Imported from my Old Blog*
Dear W,

I have always dreamed of having an angel like you. And when you came into my life, I knew God gave me a blessing I’d cherish my entire life. The whole nine months of carrying you in my womb and all the time until today are memories inscribed in my heart. You know, I had a lot of plans for you, for us. All the things I hope would be best for you. From giving warm comfortable clothes, to giving you milk when you’re hungry, to singing you lullabyes when you sleep. But then mommy’s being around always had to stop early because mommy got sick. I had to stay in the hospital for long periods of time. Mommy can’t carry you when mommy’s at home, and mommy can’t get near you always, because mommy just can’t. You know, mommy is just sick but mommy is already dying knowing time is uncertain and I can’t be taking care of you in those times we have or we have left. Now mommy is always praying that I get well again, so I can make up for the times I had to be away from you. I want to be beside you to kiss and hug you and comfort you each time I want to and each time you need me…Baby, things are just so complicated right now. But I want you to know that despite mommy’s frequent absence, you are always in my heart and I love you very much. You are the reason why I keep on fighting for my life, you are the reason I had to look forward to tomorrow and you are the very reason why mommy believes that God creates miracles…because you are one miracle in my life. I love you.


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Home from 2nd Cycle of Chemotherapy

*Imported from my old blog*

I would like to sincerely thank everybody who expressed their sympathy, sent inspiring messages through text, friendster and email…To all who have donated blood and those who have at least tried to…To everybody who visited me at the hospital…To all who have comforted and supported my family…and To everybody who have included me in their prayers...You’ve all made the load lighter and helped me be strong…

I am done with my Re-induction chemotherapy just last Monday, my second cycle treatment after only being in partial remission with the first. We are hoping that my system would respond to this one now, and start clearing up the leukemia cells in my body. The doctor allowed me to go home for a while, to rest and be with my baby. I’ll be back in the hospital though, for further treatment and bone marrow transplantation. I hope all will be well in the end…

Maraming maraming salamat and may God bless you all and your families…
You just dunno how much it means to me...

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