It’s been a week since you left us, I’m feeling all the waves of grief, anger, sadness and grattitude along with the constant ache of missing you. I’m sitting here trying to do justice in my words to the blog post that you wanted so badly to write but weren’t […]
I’m Not Moving Forward With Chemotherapy
After speaking to my Oncologist, I have decided to not move forward with any treatment options and will now focus on palliative care. This is something I needed to think about long and hard but ultimately, this is what is best for me moving forward. Naturally, this begs the question: […]
The Biliary Stent Procedure Was Unsuccessful
In another setback to my cancer treatment, the biliary stent procedure I underwent earlier this week was unfortunately not successful. Laying on the procedure table on my side, my body was contorted like a pretzel. My right knee raised while my leg below was fully stretched out with my butt […]
A Delay & Setback With Chemotherapy
We’re off to a bumpy start.. The night before I was supposed to check in to the hospital to start my new round of chemotherapy, I came down with a fever so I got permission from my Oncologist to push back the chemotherapy a couple of days to hopefully shake […]
The Long Overdue Health Update
This story begins earlier this year, in February to be exact. At this point, it had been just over a year since my chemotherapy was halted. Let me now rewind this story to February 2021 to catch everyone up. I’m so sorry for the big gap with updates here. You’ll […]
[NOW CLOSED] Fundraising To Help The Food Insecure During Sri Lanka’s Economic Crisis
I’m organizing a fundraiser to benefit Greater Giving Sri Lanka and Ghedora Connects – two local organizations fighting food insecurity in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka Is In Trouble #EconomicCrisisLK
Sri Lanka, my home for nearly 20 years of my life is in the grips of its biggest economic crisis since gaining independence in 1948.
Rest in power, Mom. Gone but never forgotten.
Cancer Vlog #02
Merry Christmas! Vlog update after 5 rounds of chemotherapy.
The Cycles Of Grief That Followed After Learning I Have Cancer At Age 32
Navigating through the different waves of emotions after finding out I have cancer at the age of 32 has been, to put it simply, much more difficult than I originally thought. Stage 1: Shit! My cancer journey first began when I discovered a bump on my neck in early August […]