Tag Archives: chemo

91. A Fine Line.

Cancer isn’t selective. It is, however, divisive. It can be the fine line between life and death. It is definitely the line between a good night’s sleep and hours of wakeful terror. It draws the line between those who have … Continue reading

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88. A Tale of Two Tails     

Some of you might have followed the escapades of our youngest cat, Titan, in previous blogs. Here he is. All sweetness and light, isn’t he? Except he isn’t. Don’t be fooled by that cute, butter-wouldn’t-melt-in-my-mouth look. Make no mistake, this … Continue reading

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84. Yellow Cars

Hope you like the picture of the Harvest Moon. We went down to our local beach specially to watch it rise, and discovered that the best viewing point was inside one of our favourite watering holes right by the water. … Continue reading

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82. Unleashing the Writer Within

It’s coming up to four years since my stem cell transplant, and these kind of anniversaries are always very thought-provoking. There’s the ‘Wow, aren’t I lucky to be here?’ thoughts, and quite a lot of reminiscing, and a feeling of … Continue reading

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77. Happy Anniversary to Me

So first up, apologies for not writing a blog for months, and huge thanks to all the people who have enquired after my welfare. I know from experience it’s always a bit worrying when a cancer blog seems to grind … Continue reading

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53. And welcome, 2015.

4th January 2015 This time last year I was thinking, “Wow. That was a hell of a year”. And I find I am thinking the same thing this year. I am still incredibly grateful to be here – maybe even … Continue reading

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18. Fenella Rides Again

There was a very real danger, for a while, that Fenella might be retired to more of an observer kind of role. I was really, really, close to chucking in the chemo and going completely along the alternative route. This … Continue reading

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