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A Legend in My Own Hair Follicles.

Before the magic of the Royal Wedding and seeing Harry and Meaghan tie the knot in spectacular fashion, I hung up my pink washing up gloves and metamorphosed into a star. 1,062 more words

Parenting

Weekend Coffee Share - May 14, 2018.

Welcome to Another Weekend Coffee Share!

I hope you are having a great weekend and that you’re enjoying your cup of tea, coffee or even Bonox. 1,232 more words

Parenting

Another Fine Mess

Did you guess from the title that this short piece is about the seeming inability of the British Government to run well, most things but especially IT programmes? 760 more words

Finding My Happy Feet.

“High heels are like a beauty lift. In a flat, you can feel beautiful, but a stiletto changes your mood, how you move – like a wild, beautiful animal. 1,182 more words

Parenting

Dying Diva...Friday Fictioneers: 2nd Feb, 2018.

“They’re not getting these!” Grandma  snapped, clinging to her diamond earrings. “Chopping away at me like I’m some sort of bonsai… Enough is enough!”

Catherine was determined to keep her ear lobes, and she sometimes wondered if that’s all she’d have left after the docs had finished chopping away. 195 more words

Health

Surgery, 27 times radiation and 16 cycles of chemo failed. Oncologist shrugged and said, "Do more chemo. Try but at same time, just pray."

LW is a 63-year-old lady from Indonesia. This is her sad story.

LW went for a Pap smear every year. Everything seemed okay. In 2014, she was told there was an infection but she need not have to worry! 1,235 more words

Cervical Cancer

The Odd Couple of Excitement and Worry

What a long strange trip the past month and a half has been as I started my first immunotherapy treatment (atezolizumab + FOLFIRI + … 1,079 more words

Stage IV