When Angels Go Home

It’s only natural (and a human need) that you connect with others and make friends by sharing your commonalities. I’ve met some beautiful souls who share my diagnosis but it’s bloody painful if they die. I could shut myself down and not connect, then, yes, I’d be protecting myself from this pain but I think...

Not Just A Garden

When I returned from my six week “celebrating life” holiday to find a garden of dead and dying plants, the watering system we put in place failed, I was devastated. Strong word but you see these were much more than ‘just’ plants. Many of you know that during my healing journey my garden became my...

I Climbed A Mountain

I never had a desire to climb a mountain. But I did! I had to.  Climbing a mountain is my analogy for my healing journey. You see even though I’ve been at the top of the mountain (No Evidence of Disease after healing stage four cancer since 2015), I’ve been too scared to let go. I’ve been...