:: 花は風に揺れ踊るように

雨は大地を潤すように

Endless Story; Endless Love January 28, 2009

Filed under: deep thoughts — sandiriffic @ 11:22 pm

shin-in-my-heart “I was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer in December 2005. I spent 2006 getting surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. In August 2007, my cancer came back. In February 2008, I learned the cancer had spread to my brain, liver, lungs, and bones. I live in Singapore with my husband Tony, daughter Josie (born Feb. 2003), and son Toby (born July 2005). Thanks to all of you who are still reading and commenting on my blog.”
Shin Na

TV journalist Shin Na was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005 and on Tuesday( 27th Jan 2009) , she bid a final farewell to her husband and two children

I saw this on the news today. Was really curious about her, so went to goggle about her.
Found her blog and all that. It’s really heart-warming but at the same time it’s kinda sad as well.

She actually  donated her body for educating the doctor in future.

But guess what?

Her 5 year old daughter now said she wants to pledge her body too in future.

“Because to her, a body is just that, while memories of her mother will live on in her mind.”

And the most touching part that Shin Na mentioned :

“Since this recurrence, I’ve made a point of telling her every night when I tuck her, that I will always love her and I will be in her heart. I put my hand on her heart, and I saw that I will always be there, even when I’m not.”

Nothing can beats a Mother’s love.

May you rest in peace, Shin Na
You are a blessed and happiest woman on Earth, Really (:

Thanks for sharing!

Love,
Sandy

Resources : http://shinscancerblog.blogspot.com/2008/03/strike-three.html
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/405425/1/.html


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