It must be a little over two years ago that I met Emily. I was training Focus on Facilitation and it was at the height/depth of chemotherapy: I was fat, I was bald, I was tired, I was constantly drinking milk to keep the sickness and heartburn at bay, I did most of my training [...]
This time two years ago I was recuperating from surgery and bracing myself for chemotherapy, and very much at the tender mercies of my family and friends. Maybe that’s why I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the people around cancer, and how they support us, if they do.
Most of the people I knew two [...]
I’ve loved my years in London and I’m fairly sure that, taken back in time, I’d still choose to spend a couple of decades there. But now I live in a place where much of my family live within, if not walking-distance, then less-than-a-10-minute-drive distance. (Provided they have passed their driving test, of course, which [...]