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 »
The idea was brilliant and one of the reasons why I was so looking forward to this particular talk. You are going to have four chats in one day, one after the other for the same company. Just don’t bring your normal drama with you Ellis.Read More »
The holy grail of prostate cancer has been revealed – how men can actually get it. This is huge and I was there when it was announced. It was quite an unforgettable evening, one I shall not forget in a hurry.
I was in church the other day, just minding my business as you do, and I saw someone that I knew. I am not using the term friend as other than church we do not socialise but we do always greet each other. He smiled and we shook hands and he said he had seen my testimony and it was very powerful. He asked me how I was doing. I smiled back and said I was fine, the recovery takes a long time but that I am fine.Read More »
The PCUK volunteers are a pleasant, patient and passionate lot. They have to be with some of the places they visit and the people that they talk to. However, press the right or maybe I should have said wrong button and they can get very passionate. Think of being attacked by a cuddly penguin and you are on the right track.Read More »
I briefly mentioned Alberto and his dad in my last blog. Alberto had interrupted myself and Charles dispensing TV justice to thank me for the prostate cancer talk that I did in the workplace a few weeks previously. He was to go on and have a story that left me open mouthed.
I met Alberto in the reception with his dad Giovanni and his wife Rosa. Giovanni certainly didn’t look sixty five.Read More »