Remember to breath out

–I started the day with a beep beep as my iPhone received another set of unwanted emails. 150 showed this morning. So I spent the first 8 minutes of my day, unsubscribing from 10 of the sites that send me stuff I never look at, but once may have followed into a rabbit hole on…

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Results day … again..

Rolling around every nine weeks or so is results day. CT last week results in today. There is no reason that things should be any different. The last two result days have seen a significant reduction in disease cause for celebration – In my head at least. Col says he still has cancer. But still,…

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Joy De Vivre

Walking along Lavender bay in Sydney Im filled with a Joy De Vivre,  a lust for life and new adventures. A huge grin spreads across my face. Views of the Harbour bridge, Opera house, yachts bobbing on the sun streaked water fill me with excitement and positivity, life is amazing. Within seconds, I feel the…

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How to tell your family you have cancer

Okay, so you’re still reeling from the word cancer and you being intimately connected with it. You may have 100s of questions, maybe you’re numb or maybe you’re in denial and hoping that the tests got mixed up and it’s not really happening. Either way, at some point, most of us are going to have…

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The Giraffe of Life

Amid the laughter of Christmas night, with friends and children gathered around the kick starter funded family game “watch ya mouth”. Turning us one by one into characters usually seen in the animations of Wallace and Gromit we learned that it was possible to forget, to laugh and truly enjoy the moment and it was…

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