The Lakes and Lancaster hospital

Well some time in the planning, but eventually My Sister Alexandra and Brother Dominic got away for the first time together since Mum’s death and my diagnosis the following day We did a couple of walks both were favourite’s of Lewi my late Stepsons. One from Grasmere up to the high mere and back inContinue reading “The Lakes and Lancaster hospital”

Vital resources

A fairly quick one this week, Maggies seems to dominate my getting out and and about which means a lot of trains trams and thanks Ali, really looking forward to the show now, I’ve been suited and booted by Slaters–donation_received–_nth_donation&utm_content=0061c579-af0e-4fa3-bbb5-9de05da4512c&utm_medium=email&utm_source=postoffice&utm_term=1632125090442 But what I’ve really enjoyed getting involved in this week has been twoContinue reading “Vital resources”

End work and my planned brain tumour events

So on Sunday we has the big cricket day at Toft. All my communities colliding. The mighty Tavs, Reasons’s to be Cheerful, Knutsford friends, old school mates and real time, with my online cancer community. It was real emotional day and what’s more it didn’t feel like some things have like a farewell tour, itContinue reading “End work and my planned brain tumour events”

Dead Men walking and Garlic Bread

So my support network which has so far been mostly virtual is becoming actual people. Yesterday I met the fabulous Nuttall’s. Laura has a similar diagnosis to I, but is only 19/20. She’s an inspirational young woman who is having some treatment in Germany. Peter Kay came out of semi retirement and did two showsContinue reading “Dead Men walking and Garlic Bread”