Perspective #4. The Colleague.

Perspective #4. The Colleague.

Tonight I was rather humbled and extremely proud to be asked by Louise (Lou) whether I would consider writing a blog for this site from the point of view of a work colleague. My name is Andy. I am a Crew Manager in the Education Team for Nottinghamshire Fire and...
Best Tuesday ever….

Best Tuesday ever….

Its pretty common knowledge that the amazing crew members of Mansfield fire station have announced they are creating a calendar, proceeds going to the Amazon Breast Support group, based at Kings Mill Hospital. The Amazon Breast Cancer Support Group was initially...
Perspective #3. The Parent.

Perspective #3. The Parent.

This is probably going to be the shortest contribution to the blog, however my excuse is I’m finding this really difficult, but I wish to support my daughter in any way i can and like she says, this is to let other mums in my situation know that they are not alone,...
Perspective #2. Friend.

Perspective #2. Friend.

I’ll never forget when I found out Lou had been diagnosed with breast cancer. I was in the garden with my one year old twins; I felt like I’d been kicked in the stomach. I couldn’t speak. I couldn’t process it. I still can’t. The year that followed just seemed like...
Perspective #1. The Husband.

Perspective #1. The Husband.

Cancer has a darkness and a lightness. It enters every aspect of your life and can have some dire consequences and effects on your everyday life, but it can also have some positives. Things you never thought about. Lou has asked me to write this to try and give the...

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