Category Archives: Cancer
A Secret Whispered

Today was going to be very special – I had everything ready except for checking my computer for new emails.  Most nights I go to bed early but not before…

Why I Hug You

Okay, so maybe I haven’t hugged you (yet).   But here are a few of the reasons why I hug people, dogs, cats, horses, cows and even the rare, elusive, flying squirrel…

Route 66

The 12 clowns had just climbed out of the tiny VW Beetle and the crowd of screaming kids yelled out for more.  I looked at the time – it was…

The Day that Santa cried…

It’s early on Wednesday morning, and I am preparing Santa for his most painful official visit – to talk to the students of Nicomekl Elementary School in Langley. Visiting patients…

My friend Norm

We were playing ‘voice-mail tag’ for a few days, but I finally got a hold of him yesterday, while waiting for my appointment at the Cancer Centre in Vancouver.  We…

Yesterday in Montreal

I arrived in Montreal on Saturday night and had an early evening.  This was the first time that I have been in Montreal since the early ’70’s – with the…

Dear Laura

On Sunday morning I got up and made a cup of coffee to enjoy while I reviewed the latest news via my email accounts and of course, Facebook and Twitter….

Hi Ma, it’s Danny…

I went to visit my Mom and Dad in Oshawa yesterday.  The last time that I saw my Ma was four years ago at her funeral but I wasn’t able to…

The Tush Man – Part 2 of 2

Note:  Please read Part 1 before reading this… The very next day I got a call from the Tush Man’s office advising me that my exorcism (colonoscopy) was scheduled for…

The Tush Man – Part 1 of 2

The earliest reference to the word ‘tush’ can be traced back to the earliest known traces of civilization – in the cave drawings found on the mountain side of Grouse…

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