Things Are Now Tougher


Above is a photo of my cat Shyna that I shot when we temporary moved to Reinfeld to support my uncle who got a brain tumor diagnosis. The photo reminds me of moments when my uncle smiled, because Shyna did apart from me of course, only trust my uncle. In other words, only me and my uncle were allowed to cuddle with her. My uncle always had dogs and never cats, but even if there was this shitty diagnosis, my cat managed it to make him smile, and maybe forget for a moment what the doctors just told us all. … Continue reading Things Are Now Tougher

Life Might Be Fragile, But Strong Company Is Not


Life is fragile, so live every day as if it would be your last one. We had a lot of luck in our family in the past, most of the family members have been healthy except for some common health issues that are not necessarily deadly. Ok, I suffered from depression in the past and I had issues with anxiety until I developed strategies to get over it, my grandpa got diabetes, and my grandma does sometimes have issues with her blood pressure, but my point is that nobody was terminal ill. That changed with the shocking brain tumor diagnosis … Continue reading Life Might Be Fragile, But Strong Company Is Not

Hospital Frequenters


I am currently very happy about our decision to get an apartment for my uncle in our city, an apartment very close to the rest of the family. But we can only be happy about the fact that he is now living close to us all, the recent events are rather sad, but we are more and more used to bad news. After the surgery, we knew the result was a complete resection of his tumor, but we were aware about the definition of the term “complete”, but I explained in another post what it means. A complete resection was … Continue reading Hospital Frequenters