Strength In Numbers

Before I got my diagnosis of PVOD, I’d been immersed in the world of Pulmonary Hypertension for three years.  Deeply immersed.  I read blogs by fellow PHers, followed the latest research, and was a member of two global Facebook groups for patients.  Each day I’d read and comment and learn from posts with questions about … More Strength In Numbers

The Finish Line

Phil and I were on television last week.  Yep our little faces featured on actual real TV!  Ok, it was only for two seconds… and we were at the very edge of the screen… and I had another person’s hand in front of my face.  But nonetheless, we still got very excited when we spotted … More The Finish Line

The Longest Meal

I adore eating.  I always have.  There’s not a lot of food that I don’t like, and even less that I won’t try once.  I think about it far too much.  My meals are often planned a day ahead.  I always have to pre-discuss where we’ll grab food if I’m meeting friends around noon.  I … More The Longest Meal

The Other Path

It was the first night of our trip to Center Parcs.  The rest of the Marshall clan hadn’t yet arrived, so my little family of three were exploring.  Whilst Phil was talking to reception, Lottie the dog and myself sat outside watching the world go by.  And that world was full of children… and sport… … More The Other Path

Wanderlust

It was the first day of our holiday.  Early afternoon.  My eyes were sleepy from the 5am start, and my body weary from the 424 miles drive north.  As we crossed a humpback bridge, we were suddenly greeted by a picture-postcard scene of Scotland.  A gushing alpine river, lush green mountains, and glorious (and unusual!) Scottish … More Wanderlust