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The Brave New World of Stage IV Cancer

Recurrence is a funny world. It’s the one thing we all dread until it happens. I think it’s because our brains are meant to solve problems. 488 more words

It's an evolution not a revolution

Hello old friend. It’s been a while since I’ve written and so much has changed. At the beginning of the year, you know, the month of January when you’re fresh and bold and ready to make the changes you need to get things done and feel accomplished, I made my appointment to have my final implants put in. 315 more words

One day at a time.

The results of the spinal biopsy came in. It was indeed colorectal cancer in my vertebrae. When I asked how it got there she said it could have been there from the beginning, but simply dormant. 241 more words


Half-Arsed Haiku - Wed 18 March 2015

On Unacknowledging Things

The elephant in
the room. Hovers there beside us
wig on, smile fixed 6 more words

Prayer Request for Frank Rice

We have a prayer request for our dear friends, Frank and Marlene Rice.  Marlene is the Development Director of the Maui Food Bank, and Frank is the Life Group Pastor of… 178 more words


Sorry, this may be upsetting

Sometimes I wonder how people find my blog. Like the recent day which saw a huge number of hits from Kazakhstan – brilliant – and the steady number of readers from Switzerland, where I know no-one. 1,150 more words

Tangling With Cancer

So, this whole cancer thing...

Weirdly, at this point in my life I think I feel happier and more content and less stressed than I ever have been, and more accepting of my faults and flaws (of which there are many!). 452 more words