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...
A Different perspective….

A Different perspective….

I think being a Patient, Victim, Warrior, Survivor, however you wish to label anyone who has or had cancer is the easier side of the coin so to speak. We are on the hamster wheel, no option of getting off, or taking a breather, our lives revolve around, tests,...
Novembers Inspirational person – Jackie Buxton.

Novembers Inspirational person – Jackie Buxton.

This month my good friend Jackie Buxton – Author of  ‘Tea and Chemo’ and ‘Glass houses’ agreed to open herself up to our questions below:   If you could go on a run with a group of people alive or passed, who would you choose and why?...
People Who Inspire us 

People Who Inspire us 

So many people either directly in our lives or viewed from afar via social media etc. inspire and motivate on a daily basis, some probably not even aware of the ripple affect they have on us. For me its people like Sophie Radcliffe, her mission to champion ordinary...
Thanks to Cancer…

Thanks to Cancer…

I realised the other day that I now have in my life some very amazing women, and our paths have crossed only because of Cancer.. Whilst I couldn’t possibly list them in a ranking order, as they are all so special, unique and where they fit into my life, so below I...

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