She can’t write one post per day, but she can write a book…

She can’t write one post per day, but she can write a book…

Written by on April 2, 2013 in Writing with 0 Comments

Oh come on, we all knew I wouldn’t be able to stick it. Despite all the get-up-and-go inspiration that’s out there, I really don’t think I’ve got the imagination for a post each day. Forget about the worry that my readers would be bored senseless… I’d be bored senseless. Anyway, I have an excuse. Even […]

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24 Hours of Chemo

24 Hours of Chemo

Written by on March 3, 2013 in Chemo with 15 Comments

… or Learning to Recognise What’s Most Important My daughter has leukaemia. She is six years old, as cute as a button, and one of the toughest kids I know. We’ve just checked into the ward for the first stage of the Consolidation Protocol. We’ve both been looking forward to this. All the other mommies […]

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Sing Like an Old Boot

Sing Like an Old Boot

Written by on March 1, 2012 in Writing with 0 Comments

When I was in high school I wanted to be a singer. It was a little embarrassing, because I didn’t want to be a rock star, I didn’t even want to be in musical theatre. I wanted to be a jazz singer – all bluesy and smokey, and I wanted sing all those fabulous songs […]

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