[CANCER] What’s going on – it’s all going on!

When I first started this ‘cancer journey’ (what a horrible term), Andrew Graystone said to me, you describe yourself as a life explorer, just here there’s another aspect of life (albeit unwanted)… and that’s how I’ve tried to live with this cancer … but sometimes it’s flipping hard work. Super thankful that Andrew and Jane – and many others – remain alongside me, especially as we struggle with the extra layer of COVID. When I…

Featured in @GeekDadGamer new @TamingGamingDB

Andy Robertson has been my 'go to' person for any questions about online gaming, and also we have a lot of conversations about opportunities for people (including young people) provided through the digital. My book Raising Children in a Digital Age, provides the general insight to digital as a whole (for parents, carers and organisations), and Andy's new book Taming Gaming provides the more specific gaming insights - and comes with an online database, where 'recipes'…

[CANCER] Progress with Capecitabine, and appointment for Lymphedema

Well, this past week or so has gone both fast and slow since I started the Capecitabine... My cousin, who has been cooking, cleaning, etc. for me, had to go back to London after 3 weeks - but has made such a difference having support as try and adjust to this new treatment! We're keeping an eye on when vaccines might make a difference, or again, she will isolate, test, and travel at quiet time,…

[LIFE] Doing up the house

Cancer, generally, has been a horrific experience,  but one thing it has given a bit of breathing space for is largely completing my house makeover. I moved in Easter 2016 (and almost immediately bought the freehold!), and had just completed my own bedroom 2 weeks before my cancer diagnosis - and everything else has been done between and alongside treatments: The House The house has some decent curb appeal, although built in the 1970s, it…
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