Monthly Archives: March 2016

The eyes no longer have it…

A couple of sharp reality checks today; another fantastic fundraiser; and (hopefully) a wee family holiday to look forward to. First up, hair loss. Not the head – that went long ago. And not even ‘down there’ as that’s something … Continue reading

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We’re NOT going on a summer holiday

Go on, feel sorry for me. It’s not often I ask for your sympathy… As well as getting the prognosis, treatment options and odds on good/bad things happening (see previous blog), last week’s meeting with the consultant also set out … Continue reading

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Trying to beat the bookies

I enjoy a wee flutter from time to time, but I’m certainly not the world’s most successful gambler. But in truth, who is? You don’t see many poor bookmakers, do you? It’s the Cheltenham Festival next week. A good friend … Continue reading

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A walk in the park!

There are reasons I like cycling. They’re the same reasons I don’t like running. I’m not, and never have been, a runner. Maybe it’s my shorter than average legs. Or my higher than average body weight. Or my dodgy knees. … Continue reading

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Child’s play!

We used to joke in the office about the oft-uttered phrase “there’s nothing worse than a paper cut”. I think we established over time that there probably were one or two things in life that just about pipped a sliced … Continue reading

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