What cancer can and cannot do

A Curated TBT Post: from my original blog: the storyofus4.blogspot.com.au Next week we head to Sydney for a consult for the new immunotherapy trial Bren has been signed up for. It got me thinking; as I remembered a post I had written on my previous blog dated 18 April 2015.  Back then I was pondering the… Continue reading What cancer can and cannot do

Anniversary 18

It’s 1999; the world’s population exceeds six billion and  we are all talking about the  year 2000’s impending problem known as Y2K: the millennium bug, some of us were even worried about it! Our Prime Minister was John Howard, and Australian voters decided to keep the Queen instead of becoming a republic, Barbie Doll celebrated her 40th… Continue reading Anniversary 18

January 2017: letting go

As the first month of 2017 comes to an end, I realise for the most part, January has been all about letting go for me. As my two kiddos, now teenagers, step fearlessly toward their new found independence on their way to adulthood, I’m trying to step out of their way. For me letting go… Continue reading January 2017: letting go

Overworked

Daily Prompt: Overworked Are you overworked? If you recognise any of the following symptoms, Insomnia Forgetfulness Lack of concentration Loss of appetite Depression Anger It might be time to slow the heck down and practice a little self care, as these are just a few signs that you may be overdoing it! I’m not suggesting that you… Continue reading Overworked

1000 likes – thank you

I just wanted to give a quick shout out to all the lovely people out there who are interacting with calliemm. I appreciate each and every one of you. 1000 likes – Thank you ! Along with sharing my story,  I love participating in the many writing & photo challenges here in this wonderful blogosphere, however,  the main… Continue reading 1000 likes – thank you

Owning our Choices

Reflection, there is no better time for it than now. Reassessments of the things that have happened and of the choices made that have lead up to this moment. The consequences of which, good or bad, are mine to live with every day after. What has me in such a reflective mood? I hear you… Continue reading Owning our Choices