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Post-Chemo & Radiation

Post chemo life was pretty wicked in comparison. December was such a great month because of all of the fun new memories I made. I remember feeling so excited when I could finally feel my hair between my fingers – even though looking at the picture now I really didn’t have much there! 1,046 more words

Cancer

Last Chemo

When October 22nd finally came around I couldn’t believe it. My mom made sure she could come with me for that last day in the hospital as if it had some sort of sentimental value – “I came for the first chemo so I’ll come for the last!” – as we waltzed into the chemo area like pros. 1,061 more words

Cancer

"Bobby's vet visit today"

Bobby’s vet visit……
As many of you know, we have been keeping Bobby going by feeding him with a syringe…with this help, his will to live has perked and the vet and our family have decided to give him a little bit more time. 106 more words

Canine Cancer

What happens at the Escape?

Between Jan 29th and February 1st, Shine ran our second Great Escape. For those of you who don’t know, the Escape is one of our best events – a three and a half day get together for young adults with cancer. 1,063 more words

Being grateful and sad for Jess Ainscough

The news that we had lost our Wellness Warrior, Jess Ainscough, on 26 February 2015 was passed to me by my husband. He subscribed to her blogs and had received an email with this photo. 1,412 more words

Health

Hair today, gone tomorrow

Okay, so it won’t be tomorrow, but if we execute our plan it will be in July. For those of you that missed it, I am running for Leukemia Lymphoma Society Woman of the Year 2015. 707 more words

On A Personal Level

Meeting Gethin Jones

Hearing that I could get a media pass and a potential by-line, I jumped on the opportunity to cover the Brighton Half Marathon. I meet and talked to hundreds of inspirational people who had spent months training to raise money for Charity. 331 more words

Brighton