This September I will be sharing over 50 individual children’s experiences with childhood cancer, it’s been an extremely humbling experience putting this together.
In the spirit of love these parents have entrusted me to share snippets of their child’s cancer experience in the hope that more awareness will be created around this devastating disease that is largely underfunded and under researched.
“It’s never about sympathy but more about understanding and acknowledgment.”
Continue reading “It’s not all black and white but rather a discovery of brilliant new colours.”
Sometimes it’s not the message but the way it is delivered that is painful.
So as you may know not all tumors are malignant (cancer), so when you have a tumor removed it is tested to see whether or not it is malignant. Obviously the results dictate much of how your forward journey into treatment will unfold. In my view, the way this news, your results are delivered to you is pretty important. Continue reading “Shoot the Messenger”
That day on the 3rd of May.
What are the odds.
It’s hard to believe we have Dylan’s three month check up coming up, exactly a year after his first visit to the doctor, with symptoms of headaches and vomiting, really thinking nothing serious was wrong. The first thing the doctor had said when seeing Dylan was “maybe his fringe is too long” , you know maybe his hair was in his face making him get headaches….. Boy was that far from the reality.
Continue reading “Time”