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Posts Tagged ‘father

My Father’s Doing Okay, Thank You

Sunday, 30 December 2007

Just in case you’re wondering about my father’s health condition – you know, after the liver cancer stuff – nowadays, I can tell you that he’s doing fine. Very fine. He know goes to his office – his old office – daily, gained enough weight to match his pre-illness days, and is currently frequenting the […]

Pakde Mo’s Back in Japan

Monday, 24 September 2007

On September 18th, my uncle – my father’s second oldest brother – traveled back to Japan. He will undergo another surgery for his liver cancer. This will be his second surgery, following the previous one last March. My father’s doctors has stated that there will be a 50% chance of recurrence of his liver cancer. […]

On Why I’m Dabbling in IT

Monday, 24 September 2007

I recently found out why my father has supported me strongly throughout my childhood about my interest in computers & technology at large. It wasn’t known to me until this discussion we had about a month ago. Pop: I knew that you’ll have your way in IT back then. Do you remember the time I […]

News from the Frontlines #9

Sunday, 15 April 2007

Sat, 04/14, around 04.00 pm. I called to Japan from Pondok Indah Mal 2 with Miss D on my side. She told me these things: Pop is okay. All of his IV drips has been removed, including the latest removal of blood plasma IV drip. The MP3 player which I gave her hasn’t been used […]

We Have Lift-off!

Monday, 2 April 2007

Last night the airport became a family gathering spot for the Siswamartanas. Nearly all of my father’s 9 sisters & brothers sent some of their family members to see my parents off. We were like the troupée of some hajj pilgrim with so many people escorting my parents. *grin* My immediate family and my father’s […]

All Good to Go

Saturday, 31 March 2007

Eveything is finally set for my parent’s plan to go to Japan. All of the hurdles are overcome – or at least we think so. The chess pieces have been laid out, the plan has been laid out, and the strategy has been pored over and over. The battle plan is now entering its point […]