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Boo! Did I change career over the last month of 2017, become a lead actor in a thriller? This thing
What a year! I turned 48, I was diagnosed with cancer and I’ve completed 48 chemo sessions. I love the
OK Mr Tumour or more accurately Messrs Tumours. Listen up. Yep, all four of you. You know who you are.
Last week and this week have been soooo much better. Less tears. While the black cloud of overwhelm still lurks,
Hello Blog. I’ve missed you. I’ve been writing to you, in my head, a lot. There have been many opening
My blood spurts everywhere like a regular Fright Night or Halloween movie. The nurse is trying to put a cannula
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I’m going to be sick. I’m running to the bathroom. I’m not going to make it. I’m scanning for basins
It may not be very British but I’m going to talk about money. When this Myeloma journey started, my hubby
I have learned a lot about generosity over the last few months. Generosity is something I now realise I have
I bopped down the hospital corridor towards the Chemo Unit (listening to a bit of Adele) and started thinking back