Tuesday, June 30, 2015


It's been a tiring journey for close to a month.

It started with Jonathan feeling unwell.  Then H came down with flu and high fever.  Then followed by me after H recovered. And I think I was hit the hardest. Having been given augmentin for antibiotics, the throat swelling was still persistent and the I had to top up another antibiotic. Thus the diahroea episodes began for me.

During the course of my illness, I wore a mask everyday in the hot weather so to protect Jonathan. Thankfully it did the job.

But as the days passed and I was beginning to feel better with lesser coughing, sometimes I go near Jonathan without wearing a mask.

This morning, he was his cheerful self. But came afternoon, when H carried him, H noticed that Jonathan's body was hot. A check revealed 38 degrees.

I was baffled. But I guess there's an infection somewhere. Have observed he was peeing less today. By afternoon the temperature escalated to 38.5 degrees and high fever medicine was given.  It brought the temerature down by evening and he was feeling better

Now, temperature has risen. Will continue to sponge him. But I think I shall let nature takes its course. If high fever still persists, will call the doctor.

This has never happened for a long time already. Sometimes I'm anxious but at times I'm peaceful that Jonathan will pull through this.  He's always a strong boy.

Thank you Lord for healing Jonathan. Thank you that this virus cycle breaks quickly!

Wishing everybody the best of health.

Saturday, June 06, 2015


Jonathan received his new convaid Cordura on 3rd June. I am super happy!

In January this year, I already prayed about getting a new buggy.  Just that funds were short.

All thanks to the generous help of Star Pals.  We were successful in the application for funding.

Jonathan's old buggy is 14 inch wide.  He's outgrown it in height.  His legs jut out of the seat and sitting too long on the buggy makes him tired.  Although width wise there's still some space left, it has become too short for his long legs.

As I look back, I found out through my journal HERE that we bought the 14" in year 2010.  In between 2010 and 2015, we changed the seat cushion once.  The frame is still good.  Even the staff from DNR Wheels commented that the CT14 is still in very good condition.

This new 16 inch buggy is broader, and when Jonathan sits on it, the seat base supports his legs.  Height wise, seems he suddenly sprung up again and with the 5 inch extension in place, his head has already touched the extended backseat.

Here's what it's like between the old (picture right) and new (left) buggy.

See the difference below....

Anyway, the prince says he doesn't mind sitting on the new buggy and that he preferred to have the headrest.  We haven't brought it out of the house yet.  It s a little lower than the new one.

What I'm so happy is that a table top was included in the order!

Thank you Lord for Star Pals and thank you Lord for your provision!