Tag Archives: Stem Cell Transplant

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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78. Inspired up to the Eyeballs

Fancy that. No blogs for months then two come along at once, just like buses. The lovely – and no doubt totally self-indulgent – thing about keeping the blog going is that I can write about absolutely anything that crops … 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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75. The Wolves Within

Sorry for the radio silence. A few lovely people have emailed to check if I’m okay, as silence from a cancer survivor is always a bit worrying. So thank you for your concern, I’m absolutely fine. Fine, but very thoughtful. … Continue reading

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71. Cushions and Pillows

I realise I haven’t written a blog for over a month now, but sometimes the processes going on in my mind (and life!) are a bit hard to share – a work in progress I suppose. Waaay back at the … Continue reading

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69. In conflict

And so it came to pass that another blog has rapidly made itself known to me, and as ever, I feel like I am just the messenger. The previous blog was all about birds and especially owls, mainly because we … Continue reading

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66. Life in the Real World

It’s only periodically that I leave my somewhat closeted environment to venture into uncharted territory, and then I realise I do in fact live in a closeted environment. I guess it has become second nature since the chemo and stem … Continue reading

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