WORLD CANCER DAY – MONDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2019

Photo: Me and Janice Malone from MacMillan Cancer Care on Friday 1 February 2019 at Louie Brown's Dalgety Bay Fife. WORLD CANCER DAY - MONDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2019 Monday 4 February is World Cancer Day, a global effort to raise awareness of all types of cancer and to encourage prevention, detection, and treatment. Taking place under the tagline ‘We can. … Continue reading WORLD CANCER DAY – MONDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2019

LIFE IN SEVERE CHRONIC PAIN – PART 2

LIFE IN CHRONIC PAIN PART 2 WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? This looks at when I was first diagnosed with a para-spinal tumour, after being mis-diagnosed for 3 and a half years. The how my medical care was then passed on to the Western General Hospital Edinburgh.

DOCTOR, DOCTOR

DOCTOR, DOCTOR A while ago I was talking to my good mate Stuart about ‘doctor’s appointment’s’ and what goes on in peoples minds while waiting to being seen. You know what it’s usually like when sitting in the waiting room at the local GP practice or waiting room in a hospital, it’s usually quite full … Continue reading DOCTOR, DOCTOR

Thank You

When my oncologist was doing her ward rounds on Monday 11th September 2017, I was told that I would be able to go home. The discharge would be the following day Tuesday 12th September 2017. After hearing this news, I called Kirsty to let her know. I also made arrangements with Stuart to come and … Continue reading Thank You

Yesterday was a great day with visitors

The post below was posted on my One of Fifteen Facebook page yesterday. I hope that you enjoy reading this. Visitors, coffee, coffee and coffee It was great to see my big sister Theresa and my niece Anne Marie last night. We had a right good catch up and blether. When they left I ended … Continue reading Yesterday was a great day with visitors