Thats right! You may (or may not) have heard. I am having a fundraiser to assist in sending me for some alternative non-toxic treatment at the Hope for Cancer clinic in Cancun, Mexico. This clinic is a non-toxic treatment centre aimed to completely boost (restart really) your immune system and help your body fight from … Continue reading “HOLA MEXICO” – A MEXICAN FIESTA FUNDRAISER
The early bird(s) gets the worm. Making the most of the early rise last week. Not having daylight savings in Queensland did have its benefits - first light swims! On the other hand, this did mean an early rise. Nothing like a 4:30am broad daylight wake up call by two little boys. Coming back to … Continue reading HOLIDAY. THEN, CHANGE.
Happy New Year to all my beautiful family, friends and followers. I know this is coming a touch late, I've had a welcomed break from social media as my family and I went camping for a week after Boxing Day and through to the new year. Very limited reception definitely had its bonuses - at … Continue reading 2018 – THE YEAR THAT WAS
That's right the day finally came to share 'See the Colour' and the beautiful town of Mansfield sure did welcome me with open arms. What an absolutely horrifyingly scary, emotional, yet wonderful experience Tuesday night was. Finally getting to meet Cameron Butler, Mansfield Districts Hospitals CEO. The man who watched my story on the Project … Continue reading GUEST SPEAKER. ME.
This past weekend you may have seen I've been away at a retreat for Brain Cancer. I set off for my second retreat down to the Bellarine Peninsula (Geelong to be exact this year) on Friday via the Searoad Ferry. A quick trip down to Captain Moonlite in Anglesea for lunch with my beautiful best friend … Continue reading HI I’M DONNA – MARK 2
As you may have seen, Sean and the boys and I were lucky enough on the weekend to go to Mt Buller. Thanks to the generosity of Mt Buller themselves. Not only were we given two nights accommodation at their own beautiful Black Forrest Lodge Chalet, but transfers, parking and lift passes too. I honestly … Continue reading FAMILY SNOWCATION
It’s been a year. A year ago this weekend I came to Sydney for City2Surf. I never planned on coming, it was to be Sean and his little sister Silv. A bonding trip of sorts. Big brother, little sister. But, after a tough blow on the results of a MRI scan, I too came along, … Continue reading CITY2SURF. TAKE 2 – 11.8.18
This is SO a thing. I can’t believe the cold weather is that we are having right now. My wipers just scraped ice across my windscreen this morning. This weather gives me absolutely no motivation to do anything. If someone could give me a doona and pillow and tuck me in on the couch with … Continue reading POST HOLIDAY BLUES – 28.06.18
After a wonderful night celebrating Seany's birthday out & about in Mornington on Friday night. We had family event after family event the whole weekend. Which was absolutely lovely and a welcome distraction to take my mind of the impending Oncologist appointment Monday morning. This was the big one, to get my recent MRI results … Continue reading MOVING FORWARD – 6.6.18
The past few weeks have flown by in such a whirlwind, I feel absolutely in awe of everyone whom has supported me, from family and friends to complete strangers. To each and everyone of you, I thank you sincerely, from the bottom of my heart. The outpouring of love and support shown after my appearance … Continue reading SEEING THE COLOUR – 17.05.18