Monthly Archives: August 2005

On holiday until the 5th September

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Born again!

[Retrospective: 18th June 2004] Four days after the operation, Mr. Smith comes to see me. The full biopsy on the lump of muscle he’s taken out shows that it’s not cancer! Instead the lump was something called Myositis Ossificans which … Continue reading

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Suffer the children

If you haven’t had children yet…don’t! It’s unbelievably hard. I’m not talking about giving birth because I’m a bloke. Obviously that bit must smart a bit. No, I’m talking about the bit after the child is born, when you have … Continue reading

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Time to die

[Retrospective: 14th June 2004] I’m lying on a hospital trolley and the nurses are wheeling it towards the operating theatre. As we reach the doors, D grips my hand tightly; she’s very brave. Big fat tears roll down my cheeks … Continue reading

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It won’t happen to me!

Americano from Caffé Nero this morning and it’s good! It’s sunny and the busy smells of London conjure up images of happy people waking up to a day full of potential. It’s not really relevant whether it will happen to … Continue reading

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Wake Up! Time is stealing your life.

Imagine if you woke up one morning with a lump somewhere in your body. You see the doctor and after tests, it seems you have cancer. There’s a wakeup call! What have you been doing with your life, ‘cos it … Continue reading

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