70. The next chapter

So, I’m conscious my last post was pretty heavy. And I’ve not updated since then. But I wanted to wait until the zaps were finished and we had a better idea of what happens next before posting again. So here’s the update. I saw the lovely Max again today (no mum, I can't bring him... Continue Reading →

68. What’s going on?

So I promised to update again after the scan, and also said I know these things tend to escalate quickly. And lots has happened this week, and much is still uncertain. So I’ll give a quick update as promised, but can’t guarantee much detail I’m afraid! Monday – the MRI scan I was due a... Continue Reading →

67. Headaches and happy days

I’ve been reluctant to moan for a while; everyone’s struggling with their own shit at the moment, so reading mine will hardly help, will it? But I also felt it’s time I did an update, as the blog’s not just about helping other people, it also helps me, both in releasing any frustration as well... Continue Reading →

66. Mutley, meet Max

In the midst of a global pandemic, this week gave me a feeling of optimism - I met Max. Or more importantly, we got the opportunity for Mutley to meet Max. As usual, a quick recap. After beating breast cancer in 2017, it returned in 2018. Still as breast cancer, the nasty cells had escaped... Continue Reading →

64. Welcome to my world

I’ve wanted to write about this for a while now, but have been a bit busy and maxed out on screen time (more on that later). But it’s about time I prioritised it. First-up; heaps of you have been pinging me to see if I’m ok in light of that beer thing… AN: I’m known... Continue Reading →

63. Hippy Friday y’all

The more I think about it, the more I think my hip problems in January were a running injury, because in the weeks since I stopped running, my hip has felt better - less pain and more flexibility. That said, there’s often stuff you can’t see and you don’t feel, until it starts to get... Continue Reading →

62. Queuing to talk to Jesus

For once, this post has absolutely nothing to do with cancer 🙂 I figured the bucket needed a little lightening, so this one's just a typical night flying by the seat of my pants... --- So after another lovely weekend in Oxfordshire, on Monday night I was booked onto the 19:05 out of Heathrow to fly... Continue Reading →

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