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The Big Op

Pre Op Day 2 – 15th February 2019
A super early start as we had to be at the hospital for 8.15am! This meant a 6.45am alarm call. 1,165 more words


Tumors Are Back With A Vengeance

I received my test results.

It’s confirmed. The cancer is winning.

Big time.

Payout is about two months away.

I won round 1 only to be sucker punched into a Round 2. 641 more words


Family moments

Sunday 21st April

Today Luke leaves for Badajoz

Back to his home, and work next week

Such a fabulous time together

New locations and places to seek… 76 more words


A Parent's Worst Nightmare - On the Road to Recovery

If you have yet to read my previous posts in this series, please feel free to do so by clicking here.

Charlie finally being able to come home and regain some semblance of normality in his life was not as easy as we had thought or hoped it would be. 810 more words


5 Warning Signs It Could Be Stomach Cancer

Stomach cancer develops gradually over time. The American Cancer Society discusses how stomach cancer starts off in the inner layer of the stomach, the mucosa. It forms a tumor and spreads its away around to the submucosa, and the sub serosa. 26 more words


The Power Of The Cancer Community

Over the past couple of weeks there has been a lot on social media about a recent campaign by Marks and Spencer and Fashion Targets Breast Cancer… 679 more words


A run, a walk and a sneeze

What do a run, a walk and a sneeze all have in common?

For me, these days they are the kind of simple acts that bring me to my knees. 568 more words