For those of you that enjoyed telling me how funny Dennis is, I am sad to announce that this is the final part of his story.
I told him of his new found fame and he quite enjoyed it. I walked away with him chuckling and smiling. Alas, he does not have a blog so there is nowhere I can direct you to. Not hating or anything. You are back with me again from next week. Hoorah! I hear and feel the chant. Well hopefully somewhere. Back to Dennis….Read More »
I have known of Dennis for years. We have never worked together but he is a bit of a chip off the old block. He is actually quite funny but I’m funnier. He is the Brad Pitt to my Denzel, only he is richer but I am prettier. He is 6 foot tall and some change – and I’m going to wisely leave it there.
He is not going to tell a penguin that thinks it’s a cat that it’s a cat. What he might do instead is say “OK then let’s see you climb that wall then” and pull up a chair, with some popcorn, and sit back and watch. I never knew he had prostrate cancer until he approached me after the PC talk I did at work. I thought he might not be ready to share his story when I tentatively asked him if he was interested. He replied when do you need it by. Over to you Dennis….Read More »
The lovely but frugal (“they don’t do tea in the nice shiny coffee shop over there but there is hot water in the bathroom tap”) and neurotic video director, Sarah, from 39. Lights, Camera and Action. What would Denzel do with my week had recommended me to the Event Director of a group called “King’s Takes on Cancer“ (KTOC). They wanted me to do a talk as part as a three person panel…..
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I mentioned Esther, one of the PCUK volunteers, previously in 36. Can I have a Slice of Passion Cake with that Artillery Shell The brief summary, that she gave me, of her story left me open mouthed. I went on to interview her and this is her full story, in her own words. This is the story that I continue to think about, more than any other. Here is Esther’s story.Read More »
This was one of the busiest weeks to do with Prostate Cancer, that I have had since the operation.
It has been a number of ups and downs, mainly ups.
I would like to say I got to the end of the week having balanced it out but who knows.
I will leave that for you to decide….Read More »