Here is a lovely update from JP Clark, ten years post Lymphoma diagnosis. TEN YEARS. An incurable diagnosis. A happy reminder that 'incurable' does not mean 'terminal'. The words chosen by the doctor, at the point of diagnosis need to be explained fully. When you are diagnosed, you might be given … [Read more...] about JP Clark – Ten Years
When Lynda got in touch after watching my stories, I asked her if she would mind sharing her story about her diagnosis of CML (Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia)It wasn't an easy time for her as sadly, and far too often, the signs and symptoms are missed by health professionals as they can be quite … [Read more...] about Lynda’s Story.
Hello! I thought I’d share a post about photo taking and editing for Instagram. I am not a photographer but I love photography and have managed to create an online community and business by taking photos so I thought I’d share a few tips. I do have a ‘proper camera’ but rarely remember to take it … [Read more...] about All About Photography (& more) for Instagram
Easter weekend on lockdown, what else is there to do but make a pizza oven from stuff we had hanging around here. It is a bit like Steptoe's yard hahaHere is a no frills post about how Gav made it - it's not a 'how to' it's just how he did it - there's more than one way to string a cat, so … [Read more...] about Home Made Pizza Oven
How I taught myself to worry less at night. I have been thinking about this all day and it has spilled out in to a blog post as it’s too long for a regular IG post When Gav was diagnosed with blood cancer, 5 years ago, I remember feeling like the world had fallen off it’s axis. Everything had … [Read more...] about How I Taught Myself To Worry Less At Night.
There has been a lot of media attention lately, largely thanks to a heart wrenching story on Coronation Street where Sinead Tinker discovered she had cervical cancer, while pregnant with her son, Bertie. To discover that you have cancer at any time is devastating, but to receive the diagnosis … [Read more...] about Roberta’s Story