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Hugs, please?

Β February 10, 2015

People who know me well know that I like hugs. When you give a hug, you get a hug. Tomorrow I will be radioactive. That means that for the next 48 hours, I will be in isolation in hospital and after that, for about 6-8 days, no one can come within 6 feet of me. And that makes me feel lonely.

So I have a favour to ask, please send me a virtual hug or a “mind hug” as my little cousin called it. Also, hugs can have healing powers. Comment below or send a private mesVirtual Hugsage with a:

*hug*

*warm hug*

*reluctant hug because I have personal space issues*

*I’m only doing this because I want to appear empathetic – hug*

*you have cancer so oh alright – hug*

or any variation thereof. I’ll take it. I’m sure the collective hugs will make me less alone and you will feel like a slightly better human being. Thank you! Coping strategies FTW.

17 Comments

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  3. Mona

    *BIG SQUEEZE* *BOUNDLESS LOVE HUG* *YOU ARE AMAZING HUG* *HEALING HUG* *STRONG HUG* – the good thing about virtual, mental and heart based hugs is we can keep sending them even when you’re radioactive πŸ™‚ –

  4. Sarah S

    HUGS, KISSES, PRAYERS, THOUGHTS, PIECES OF MY HEART, AND LOVE! They’re all YOURS. You’re never alone, my dear. Hope everything goes well iA. Looking forward to hearing updates from you whenever you’re ready!

    Much love (and hugs!),

    Sarah

  5. Shiranthi Wijayaratnam

    Hi! Nadha,

    I just sent you a “Virtual Hug” but I am not sure if I did it right – so here are loads of hugs from us. Thinking of you and praying for you so much, Nadha.

    God bless you always,

    Aunty Shiranthi

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