Monthly Archives: September 2018


Yesterday I decided to go for a little wander. Just 20 minutes or so, round a town I know reasonably well, though I’m still discovering little nooks and crannies. I took a spiralling path up Castle Hill, which sits in … Continue reading

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Joyful – Ingrid Fetell Lee – review

I’ve read a lot of books about positive thinking. I live with cancer, and it’s one of the things you are supposed to do: be positive. I don’t know how many people have told me that. It’s a present day … Continue reading

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Bad. Just bad.

It’s bad. I’m in a funny kind of limbo waiting to hear exactly how bad, but it’s bad. The disease has progressed in my lungs, and there’s some evidence of bony changes. What I don’t know is whether there’s anything … Continue reading

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