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.
As I sit here at the computer with a beer in hand, typing slowly because I have a beer in one hand, I’m about to type one of the hardest things I’ve ever written. While meaning it. I’m going to stop drinking! For a while anyway. I have several Facebook and Instagram friends over the […]Read More Wish Me Luck…. Please!
The Overseas Chapter. So many people bag out social media as the most evil of evils but I personally believe that it has destroyed distance and borders on so many levels. Sadly that has helped the bigots and ignorant also share their crap and hate over a much larger area too but it has also […]Read More The Amazingly Generous People Part Four.
Late last year I was approached on Facebook by a lady who heard about my daughter Hayley and her journey with cancer. She saw one of the promos that the Cancer Council Victoria put on their Facebook page, talking about Hayley. This lady’s 9 year old daughter had just been diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma. The same […]Read More The Comedy Gallery For Meika
Yes pointless but a harmless bit of fun. I have been a bit proud of the success of my blog over the last two years. Now I know that it became successful due to THAT photo of Hayley’s beautiful Eyelash. I know this because the total visits of all time to my first 8 posts […]Read More Pointless Blog But I’d Love Your Help Please?
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.
In 1999 I worked at a pub in Frankston, Victoria. There was another guy there working behind the bar who became a good mate. We both stopped working there at The Grand Hotel in late 1999. We then changed addresses, moving a fair way apart and not long after lost contact. In 2008, chance meeting […]Read More Patrick Constantinou.