Full Circle!

We have returned. After three years we are back in MK. It seems like a lifetime and yet it seems like yesterday. We never imagined we would be back here on any permanent basis but here we are. God has a sense of humour.Anita starts work on Tuesday back at her old place of work … Continue reading Full Circle!

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Too Young

For the second time in three months I have attended the funeral of a friend who has died of cancer. Another peer (a year younger than me) who succumbed to this dreadful illness.Pete was externally positive and always thinking of others. Today's funeral was as much celebration as anything else. The church was packed and … Continue reading Too Young

Free

I'm free. I have no scheduled appointments at hospital for many weeks ahead. 😃 Today I met with my consultant who does not need to see me again until October, after my Stem Cell transplantation has taken place. That leaves only my scheduled stem cell harvesting in late August and the transplantation in early October.  … Continue reading Free

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual Zebra

A submission to this week's photo challenge: Unusual Jakobsen's Beach near Kigoma, Tanzania, lies on the shores of Lake Tangyanika near to the location where Stanley net Livingstone. However, it is particularly unusual for its mini herd of  four zebra that wander the forest in and amongst the guest houses. There is no nearby safari park … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual Zebra

Getting Mobilised

The next phase of my treatment is going to involve the use of Stem Cells. My own stem cells! Stem Cells are immature cells. Blood forming stem cells are found in the bone marrow, they are known as mononuclear cells and are continually growing into mature blood cells (red blood cells, white blood cells or … Continue reading Getting Mobilised

Next Steps

Today I went to Nottingham. This important visit was to meet with the medical team at Nottingham City Hospital who are overseeing the next phase of my treatment. That being the production, extraction and reinsertion of my stem cells back into my body either side of some intensive chemotherapy to destroy the remaining Myeloma cells. … Continue reading Next Steps

Weekly Photo Challenge: V2V Collage

A contribution to this week’s photo challenge – collage

Victoria to Victoria

A submission to this week’s photo-challenge: Collage 

Two years ago we were in the middle of our epic journey across Africa from Lake Victoria to Victoria Falls. I’ve decided to revisit this blog and to update it having never done so since it was composed on route. It’s a work in progress but I hope to complete it in the next week or so.

My challenge here is to summarise our trip from Mwanza to Livingstone and back using one image from each day to represent the day as a collage of our 29 days on the road.

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