It’s been about a month since Alistair was diagnosed. He’s had five chemotherapy treatments. A number of procedures. Tonnes of medications. Countless blood tests. And he’s been taking them all in like a champ.
Alistair is hungry all the time. And he’s been having lots of cravings. Almost like a pregnant woman, really. The oncologist did warn us at the start that the steroids he’d be on (Dexamethasone) would cause him to be ravenous – most likely waking up in the middle of the
I’ve been thinking for a long time if I should post this. Well, here it is. Where do I even start? It’s been a devastating few weeks.
Well she was almost Peggy Stewart the Grandmaster Glitch, so… remind us to think twice before asking the kids to name our things. Anyway, HERE’S OUR BEAUTIFUL HOME AWAY FROM HOME! How pretty is she??
And in a blink of an eye, it’s almost the end of 2020. I haven’t touched this blog for months. In a way, it was intentional. I’ve been doing a lot of soul-searching in terms of blogging and social media this year, and have taken a step back from all.
It’s Book Week in Australia! So I guess it is quite timely for me to share a dilemma I’ve been facing for the longest time, and I believe I am not the only one facing it.