…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.
9 thoughts on “Wedding bells!”
YOU DA MAN!!!
congratulations, Mrs Tomandalice!
Glad you had such a wonderful weekend, George
p.s. We won the boat race! well, not you and I personally – that would be ridiculous!
Glad the wedding went well & you had a fab time!
ah gorgeous gorgeous gorgeousness of wedding and glorious romantic sparkely day. so lovely. miss your soft head 🙁 Uni is very boring today. mmwah X
Knowing your audience, I’d like to thank everyone for making the day so special. It was absolutely wonderful and the best day of my life so far.
Tomandalice in Mauritius (living the high life)
COngratumerlations Mrs TomandAlice! Weddings are always good… rallo mista george!
Huge amount of congratulations to TomandAlice. I am so glad to hear that it was so special and George and Jo i am so glad that you had an absolutely lovely day too. It makes me extra happy on top of the happy i already am to hear good news from the Nortons.
loads of love
Hurray and congratulations Mrs tomandalice.
So wonderful to hear that not only did you go to the wedding, which a few months ago was not a certainty, but that you had a delightful day.
*throws virtual confetti*
Congratulations to TomandAlice! Even though i’ve never met you i’m sure you’re lovely lovely people and deserve congratulating on acheiving the state of wedlock! And George – does all this extra-hopsital activity mean you’re going to be at graduation?? please say it does!
p.s. Cardiff also triumphed over swansea in the welsh boat race, so i’m proud of ALL of my rowing affiliations right now.