Well here we are in June 2020. 4 years ago in June 2016 my beautiful little girl Hayley (also know as Warrior Princess, Catgirl, Batgirl and 1 very amazing gentleman I know named Coombesy calls her his Hero) was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma. A fairly rare type of soft tissue cancer that presented itself as a […]Read More The Summary of Hayley’s Journey After Cancer.
Before reading be aware that this one has language, sadness, disturbing images and subject matter and the occasional angry rant. This still barely touches the tip of the iceberg. I haven’t blogged for a while, there really hasn’t been a lot of inspiration of late. That and I wasn’t sure if anyone wanted to hear […]Read More September Is Children’s Cancer Awareness Month.
You know how sometimes you plan to do something and then other things happen so you delay and delay until so many other things happen that you forget? Well I do. In fact, back on 26th January, 2017 I posted a blog called The Amazingly Generous People Part One. Then on 9th April, 2017 I […]Read More The Amazingly Generous People Part Three.
I think I might be repeating myself too much but here I go again. 18th June 2016; Hayley take to Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. 19th June 2016; The scans found something. 20th-23rd June 2016; Fasting, tests, fasting, scans, more tests, more scans, maybe an x-ray. 23rd June 2016; We are told that Hayley has cancer. […]Read More Hayley’s Port Is Gone.
Here is a brief summary of Hayley’s journey that started in 2016 at just 6 years old. I love the last bit of this post the most. Saturday 18th June 2016:- Hayley taken to doctor then Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne to get her eye checked. Sunday 19th June 2016:- They found something and wanted to […]Read More The Summary Of Hayley’s Journey
Although I am in the middle of panicking, I mean preparing for opening night of my show in 2 days, I thought it was important to take a moment to acknowledge something very important. Here is a copy and paste from the Children’s Cancer Foundation’s website. The Facts • 810 Australian children diagnosed with cancer […]Read More Children’s Cancer Awareness Month!