…and they’ll invent a better fool.
I’m living life because I’m alive (woohoo!) – despite the best efforts of cancer. At the end of October 2005, I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, at the age of 23.
Since then, I’ve recovered (2008), ‘survived’ (2013), relapsed (2013), had a stem cell transplant (2014) and recovered again (ongoing).
And I’m still here, thanks to amazing medical staff, bacon sandwiches, wonderful friends and family, my fabulous wife Mariacristina, a handy preference for taking things as they come and my superstar donor Tim.
A lot of it’s here, but I’d love to tell you more – I’m a writer and a speaker and love to share my story, so get in touch if we can do some good together.
2 thoughts on “Good TV”
I saw Songbirds and thought it was really interesting albeit incredibly sad. The story of the woman who seemed so very ordinary, and then found herself stabbing a neighbour to death, was particularly striking.
I appear to be the only person reading your blog who watches TV, or at least the only one commenting on it..I’m worried everyone else is pursuing far more highbrow entertainments like opera and theatre, but I say, hurrah for TV!
See you in the New Year, Giorgio!
in response to ali,do not fear,none of us have any time for books anymore, let alone theatre -keeping up with Gs blog is a fulltime job and the perfect alibi for unsent christmas cards and a myriad of other failings…i tell a lie ,King Kong rather good though P disagrees…keep taking it step by step G….you are an inspiration .hilariousx