Still Here!

It has been a fortnight since I left hospital and for now I remain in Lincoln. The plan however is to return to MK at the weekend and transfer medically to that region. Life has been somewhat mundane and little has happened. Time has blurred. I have been on several walks in the local nature … Continue reading Still Here!

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Willen Walk

Last night there was a twilight lantern walk around Willen Lake in Milton Keynes. This was organised by Willen Hospice as a fundraiser and as a way of celebrating the life of those lost to cancer in 2017. With two friends (Pete and Rachel) having passed away this year it was an excellent way to … Continue reading Willen Walk

In Between Days

Tomorrow I travel to Nottingham for the first part of the second phase of my cancer treatment. It's now over a month since the end and of my chemotherapy, the first phase of my treatment. It's been great to spend much of the last five weeks away from the regular hospital appointments and consultations. The … Continue reading In Between Days

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

In my room

Even with sleeping tablets last night I was asleep much later and awake quite early - so I'm chilled out in the the bedroom late this Sunday morning. Having got up a bit earlier and been to the early service at St George's Church (in truth this early service was a bit too traditional for … Continue reading In my room

MK

I write this from Milton Keynes. If Lincoln is my childhood home. MK is definitely the home of my adulthood. Not a place I expected to be in the foreseeable future. It's a bittersweet experience.  Cancer has brought me here in more ways than one, for last night I attended the thanksgiving service for a … Continue reading MK