My 10-year-old son has recently been to pioneer week where he goes to his new secondary school for a week to experience life there. He was asked to write about someone who inspires them.
Pseudomyxoma Survivor is supporting Rare Disease UK’s Pledge for Patients in the run-up to the UK General Elections. Are you?
Following the Loose Women Body Stories campaign, Lisa took part in a photo shoot organised by The Sun newspaper. We caught up with her and talked to her about the shoot.
When I was 14, I used to lie in bed with this constant nagging pain where my appendix was. Every night, I was convinced that this would be the night it would explode, but it never did. Roll on 25 years and innumerable investigations and potions for IBS, haemorrhoids etc, etc. Nothing ever changed this pain. So I ignored it and got on with life, which largely revolved around being a highly stressed staff nurse and lots of body-damaging fitness (ultra-marathons etc).
Debi from “Powdered and Waisted” has made this very special corset for a special reason and it could be yours! It’s difficult for us to try and explain how much work has gone into a piece like this. It’s all hand made and the process to make the ‘dragon scales’ is very detailed, it’s been an education for us to be a part of this corset being crafted.
Liam Clarke is a much-missed member of our PMP family and Kathy continues to support us even as she deals with her own loss. Susan and I had the privilege of meeting them both in Belfast last year and were both impressed then by the courage and grace with which he approached his illness.