Monthly Archives: June 2014

Meow Meow

I’ve calmed down, composed myself and had time to rethink my comments over how other people react to cancer. I know it’s difficult knowing what to say when confronted with other peoples illnesses. Half the time we don’t really want … Continue reading

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Holy Sh#t

How many times have I started with the phrase “I don’t know where to start”…? I’ve just arrived home from another stay in hospital, literally just stepped through the door. I’ve had plenty of time to think whilst lying in … Continue reading

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