It is now two years since I climbed Trigga Nigga (a climb, sorry about the name but I didn’t chose it) down in Nowra. This was while on my marathon 14 months and 20 rounds of chemo on top of 3 rounds of radiation therapy. This is one of the things I am most proud of. An amazing day, with people I loved. Thanks you.
As I approach the end of this journey it is really bringing home to me that we all need to keep sight of the things we love and do them no matter what gets in our way.
This is also my 100th post, thank you all for reading. I hope that despite the sometimes hard to read subject mater the blog gives you something that makes your life bigger. Either makes you think, or appreciate the beautiful things in life.
Life is full of beauty and love. Enjoy it.
And thank you Jerome for sharing your journey with us so openly and generously … I’m only sorry your journey is such a tough one.
Thank you, Jerome. I can’t wait to see you again soon, and you know, I often think of this video of yours! It was, and is, so inspiring 🙂
Very cool that was. I’d love to see more of you (literally!) if video blogging (vlogging?) ever feels easier… Love from me