Whenever we create change in our life, it’s likely we have to say goodbye to a number of things to which we have become very attached. At the end of last year, we said goodbye to the flat in England we had grown to love and to everything that went with it — the beautiful . . .
You and countless others have gifted me so much these last two years sending me good wishes, love and healing energy as I have navigated my way on a very interesting journey with cancer, (see below for a brief update) that I want to gift you something in return.
And . . .
You may recall, assuming you were on our list In May of 2015, that I was diagnosed with rectal cancer on May 20th of that year. With your help, sending me loads of healing energy as requested in my first “My Ass Is On the Line,” email of May 26th, 2015, I was pronounced . . .
Two reports came out today here in England that I found both interesting and frustrating.
The first one concerned the extremely high number of teenagers were either clinically depressed or were on the edge of being so.
The second one was about the increase in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) among the teenage and young adult population.
The BBC . . .
My doctors in England said I should have a check-up around March, so I showed up at the office of the surgeon I had seen last year. You may recall this was the guy who had more or less insisted on the surgical route if I wanted my rectal cancer cured.
He asked me when I . . .
This last weekend I met up with the guys of the Chiron Brotherhood for our now twice yearly get together and, as usual, had a blast. One of the guys had just celebrated his 70th, so I presented to him this ode by Charlie Chaplin, one of my English heroes, sent to me by Corinne . . .
My dear teenage granddaughter, Rosie, delights in making fun of me for using a pendulum to get answers to questions. She thinks I’m weird.
She should have been with me yesterday when JoAnn and I visited the Richard III Exhibit in Leicester. (We live in a village quite close to that city.)
Rosie would have been shocked . . .
You’ll be pleased to know that my 28-day daily dance with chemo and radiation ended on Tuesday. Yippee! Thank you for all your love and support. It helped a great deal. The oncologist at the end said, “You’ve just breezed through this without a scratch, haven’t you.” I said, “Yes, but I’ve had a lot . . .
As promised, I have been restricting my cancer treatment updates just to the Facebook group we created for that purpose, called Colin’s Wellness Journal. However, several people have contacted us to say they don’t have a Facebook account. So, I thought everyone might find this particular interview interesting.
My good friend and . . .
I mentioned in my last update about ‘what I don’t have’ in my colon, that my oncologist may ask me to be part of the hospital’s integrative program for healing cancer. Right after that I saw this and thought you might like it.
It appeared on the Christian Broadcasting News website. What it says, of . . .