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
5 things you can do (a carer’s perspective): Coming into Brendans next review; rereading this post from my previous blog (The Story of Us), dated August 2015, is a timely reminder. I have curated it here: My top five: choices I remind myself to make (most of the time) to help deal with my husbands cancer… Continue reading 5 things you can do as a cancer carer
Tip Jar: When life gets busier than it should, through no fault of your own (or even by your own hand), it makes the importance of slowing down – glaringly obvious. The Tip Jar says: Everyone deserves as much Be time as they can get, take it where you can my friends. Take it where you can.… Continue reading Be time
Daily Prompt: Volunteer a personal observation… The support she offered came from a place of true knowing. She was gentle, unobtrusive yet attentive. She was there for anyone who needed her. She offered the kind of comfort only those who had walked this path could. Fluffing a pillow here, offering a caring gesture there. She was… Continue reading Volunteer
Cancer: I don’t know what to say or do! I know how that feels, before Brendan had cancer I didn’t either. Maybe I still wouldn’t if given the news that someone else I know, love, or care about has cancer. But here are just a few tips that I can share through personal experience, that… Continue reading Cancer: I don’t know what to say or do?
Every now and then I’m quick enough to catch my husband doing his thing on video. Today it was day 1 of the 22 day push up challenge that he is participating in on facebook. Below you can read his fb comment on the reason why he is participating. Brendan Maloney: “This challenge holds a deep… Continue reading 22 Day Push Up Challenge
Photo Challenge: Edge Hospitals are full of edges and angles. I never noticed it more than when I took this photo of my husband learning to walk, aided, on one leg after radical surgery to save his life. I didn’t take this photo for this challenge, the challenge reminded me of a moment I had… Continue reading Edge