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.
Well I haven’t blogged for a while. I guess I got tired of the whinging and whining. So I apologise for doing that. I have about 4 or 5 started blogs. Some a couple of lines, some a couple of paragraphs. But the motivation left the building. This one is a bit about the last […]Read More Not All Anniversaries Are Too Be Celebrated But Some Still Need A Drink.
This will probably be the the shortest blog I have ever or will ever write. Not even the back story waffle on bit. Got the results today from Hayley’s CT Scan and MRI. The CT scan showed nothing and the MRI shows everything to be stable. In other words, nothing has changed since our last […]Read More The Results Are In
Well we hit another milestone on Saturday night. Here’s what I posted on Facebook:- Now for some backstory on that feed tube. But an upfront warning, some of this will be a little detailed, I will try not to go into too much but if you are incredibly squeamish then you have been warned. I […]Read More My 2016 Journey Part Three (includes some 2017)
Stay strong! Stay Strong! STAY STRONG!!! Well sorry to all those who think this is what I HAVE to do. Right now I can not Stay Strong! Nor can I be strong. If you think I should then you best stop reading now to avoid disappointment. Some say we need to share our feelings and […]Read More The Dad Of The Girl With One Eyelash.
Why is it the biggest laughs for my children is when their dad says “OW!” Especially when at their own hands, or feet, or hard plastic toy in their hands! Or the most dangerous and frightful item of all to all men. The solid forehead of a running three year old. What faulty part of […]Read More My Pain, Their Thrill