Week Three 18th – 24th February

This week quite frankly has been a two parter, last week I felt very low and struggled through each day…body fatigue and aches versus a brain that felt it could/should be doing more. On Sunday evening I noted a white patch on my right big toe nail, like many of the others chemo had started…

Week Two 11th-17th February

In a way it's week one as it's my first week post treatment and the start of post chemo life. However, it's week two given my Ultra training and the extra mile that I've ran this week, taking me to 18.5 miles.The first week post treatment is always the hardest, the bit we patients remember…

Week One 4th-10th Feb 2018

Seeing something written down, to be done and ticked off, literally never felt so good! Last year I had two half marathon plans, sadly the second had to be deferred due to chemo but both helped inspire the route to this years biggest challenge….health…no no no…running 30 miles! Thankfully I had awesome help with my…

The Why

On the hottest weekend of July 2018 following a seven mile training run for my first h\nalf marathon, the world stopped turning when I found a lump just under my left breast. I was diagnosed five days later with Grade 3, Type 3 primary ductal breast cancer. The following few months were the fastest part…