A Lockdown Wedding

I’ve never looked forward to a wedding so much. After being postponed twice, due to lockdown, one of my oldest and closest friends -Kate- was hoping for third date lucky. After a year of staying in and bad news and being apart, I was ridiculously excited at the prospect of a celebration and a long … More A Lockdown Wedding

The Unexpected

I’ve been keeping something to myself for a few months now.  Something unexpected.  Something nice.  Something a little confusing.  For three and a half months, I’ve been watching and waiting and wondering and wishing.  I’ve been monitoring and second guessing and speculating and hoping.  But all in my own head, alone.  I’ve not dared to … More The Unexpected

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

Faraway Friends

If I win the lottery I’m going to buy a village.  Yep, as well as a smart new campervan, an amazing off-road scooter, a house big enough for ten dogs… I’m going to purchase a whole village.  Apparently for twenty million I could get a splattering of homes, an old forge and (most importantly) a … More Faraway Friends