Monthly Archives: August 2016

We can rebuild him – better, stronger, faster (I wish…)

Who recognises the words in the headline? Those of you of a ‘certain age’ might remember the 1970’s sci-fi classic ‘The Six Million Dollar Man’ starring Lee Majors as an injured astronaut ‘rebuilt’ after an aircraft crash. The opening sequence … Continue reading

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SMART objectives, sticker charts and arthritis…

It’s been a week-and-a-half in the Slorance household! Sick children. Poorly puppy. And mental and physical check ups for yours truly. And they said that the kids returning to school would make things nice and peaceful… For me, it’s been … Continue reading

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The perils of ‘looking good’

A strange thing happened this weekend. I decided that I was going to write a blog about the post-treatment recovery process, and how the ‘good days’ that people see are often balanced out by the ‘less good days’ that can more … Continue reading

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