Category Archives: health
A day exactly as unexciting as you would imagine. Which isn’t the worst thing in the world of course, since it meant entirely routine test and appointments. But so much waiting!
I wanted to get to this sooner, but really, nothing was important than being there with Will as much as possible, and I didn’t always feel like writing things down. But that’s changed. We brought Will home tonight. Well, home … Continue reading
Yes, today was the day, the big kidney donation and transplant to Will double-whammy. And yes, you can bet I’ve written this well after the fact, because I was certainly in no position to write anything on this day! And … Continue reading
… For the first time since I moved away in early February. The whole family is going down there for just under a week, most for medical stuff for Will and Alex, but also the break and the shopping will … Continue reading
It’s always the time of the year to think about this thing, as we’re constantly reminded in all media… along with the constant reminder that we mostly never follow through with these things. So just for the record, here’s what … Continue reading
Had to post my final Movember look… it’s an eerily effective moustache I suppose, and I did raise over $100, which I’m proud of. And I did get two weeks of free burgers from Grill’d as well, which is nice … Continue reading
I’m doing the Movember thing again and have signed up properly this time! To donate or check out more about the charity, go here: http://www.movember.com/m/303656 The evidence from last year: Send money now to see me do it all again!
The train trips seem longer than normal at the moment, with the weather really weird and variable. Last week it was over 30 degrees on one day, and now it’s back to winter, at barely 10 degrees in the morning, … Continue reading
Will has a lot of medical problems, as anyone that knows us is aware. Problems in his kidney and bladder, and it’s followed through to a number of other developmental areas. It’s tough, but we cope. On Monday, he had … Continue reading