An on-going personal project.
       
     
 It's hard to get a terminal diagnosis. The hardest thing you ever face. And there are dark days where the mist comes down, the days of cherish are the ones where family, friend or neighbour makes me smile
       
     
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 or laugh out loud, my husband is my rock. Totally unflappable, even on the numerous trips to the Freeman with a high tempreture.   My two children have adopted to looking after me the way
       
     
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 Husband, Michael.
       
     
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 Great friend, Lesley.
       
     
 I looked after them.  My friend [and neighbour] Champagne Tracy turns up with a new top just to cheer me up and cuts my hair in a really short trendy style before it falls out.  My best friend Debbie [from Whitley Bay]
       
     
 Champagne Tracy.
       
     
 Whitley Bay, Newcastle.
       
     
 Debbie.
       
     
 is there day & night 7 days a week when I need a shoulder.  So in the darkness the love & kindness of others shine bright and gets me through.  I am a lucky girl!
       
     
 Ma, Christine.
       
     
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 Son, Luke.
       
     
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 Tracy, ‘The Sugar Police’, visiting for a chat.
       
     
Race for Life.
       
     
Kath.
       
     
Leona, Niece and Mick, Brother.
       
     
Liam.
       
     
Liam and Reese.
       
     
Mick.
       
     
Leona.
       
     
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Paul and Laila.
       
     
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Luke and Paul.
       
     
Me and Luke.
       
     
Luke and Jackie.
       
     
Geoff.
       
     
Susie.
       
     
Luke and Katherine.
       
     
James and Zoe.
       
     
 After her passing, Da gave Reese a scarf (Ma had many) and she slept with it, didn’t take it off.
       
     
 Shortly after, on August 2nd, the Canadians had to leave.
       
     
 A week’s passing.
       
     
An on-going personal project.
       
     
An on-going personal project.
 It's hard to get a terminal diagnosis. The hardest thing you ever face. And there are dark days where the mist comes down, the days of cherish are the ones where family, friend or neighbour makes me smile
       
     

It's hard to get a terminal diagnosis. The hardest thing you ever face. And there are dark days where the mist comes down, the days of cherish are the ones where family, friend or neighbour makes me smile

PICTURES AND BRACELET 033018-2.jpg
       
     
 or laugh out loud, my husband is my rock. Totally unflappable, even on the numerous trips to the Freeman with a high tempreture.   My two children have adopted to looking after me the way
       
     

or laugh out loud, my husband is my rock. Totally unflappable, even on the numerous trips to the Freeman with a high tempreture. 

My two children have adopted to looking after me the way

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 Husband, Michael.
       
     

Husband, Michael.

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 Great friend, Lesley.
       
     

Great friend, Lesley.

 I looked after them.  My friend [and neighbour] Champagne Tracy turns up with a new top just to cheer me up and cuts my hair in a really short trendy style before it falls out.  My best friend Debbie [from Whitley Bay]
       
     

I looked after them.

My friend [and neighbour] Champagne Tracy turns up with a new top just to cheer me up and cuts my hair in a really short trendy style before it falls out.

My best friend Debbie [from Whitley Bay]

 Champagne Tracy.
       
     

Champagne Tracy.

 Whitley Bay, Newcastle.
       
     

Whitley Bay, Newcastle.

 Debbie.
       
     

Debbie.

 is there day & night 7 days a week when I need a shoulder.  So in the darkness the love & kindness of others shine bright and gets me through.  I am a lucky girl!
       
     

is there day & night 7 days a week when I need a shoulder.

So in the darkness the love & kindness of others shine bright and gets me through.

I am a lucky girl!

 Ma, Christine.
       
     

Ma, Christine.

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 Son, Luke.
       
     

Son, Luke.

GROUP PORTRAITS 032818-4.jpg
       
     
TODAY 040318-4.jpg
       
     
TODAY 040318-6.jpg
       
     
WHEEL CHAIR 033018-1.jpg
       
     
PICTURES AND BRACELET 033018-1RT.jpg
       
     
FLOWERS 033118-1.jpg
       
     
FLOWERS 033118-3.jpg
       
     
 Tracy, ‘The Sugar Police’, visiting for a chat.
       
     

Tracy, ‘The Sugar Police’, visiting for a chat.

Race for Life.
       
     
Race for Life.

On July 15th, Megan completed the Race for Life and raise £1198 for the cause.

A day after, family arrived from Calgary, Canada, on July 16th, 2018. They stayed 3 weeks.

Kath.
       
     
Kath.

Days after the Canadians arrived, after an appointment to discuss her progress, Ma was admitted into hospital.

This is Kath, her sister, visiting for the day.

Leona, Niece and Mick, Brother.
       
     
Leona, Niece and Mick, Brother.

Canadian family, packing the car for a day trip to Alnwick Castle, mostly to get us out of the house whilst Da stayed with Ma at the hospital.

Liam.
       
     
Liam.

Nephew, son of Dave.

Over the 5 days Ma was in hospital, a lot of family came to visit. The staff said they’d never seen so many people come and go. We all spent a lot of time in the garden, chatting and playing with the kids.

Liam and Reese.
       
     
Liam and Reese.
Mick.
       
     
Mick.

Oldest brother.

Leona.
       
     
Leona.

Niece.

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Paul and Laila.
       
     
Paul and Laila.

Paul got into Newcastle from Amsterdam on July 26th, hours after Ma passed away. This is him with Laila; the granddaughter of Mick’s best friend, Ron.

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Luke and Paul.
       
     
Luke and Paul.
Me and Luke.
       
     
Me and Luke.

Taken by neighbour, Susie.

Luke and Jackie.
       
     
Luke and Jackie.

Granda, Granma, Jackie and David (Paternal parents, brother and sister-in-law) left shortly after the passing.

Geoff.
       
     
Geoff.

Granda.

Susie.
       
     
Susie.

Neighbour and family friend.

Luke and Katherine.
       
     
Luke and Katherine.

Susie’s daughter and great friend of the family.

James and Zoe.
       
     
James and Zoe.

Nephew and Daughter of Kayin (a best friend of Ma).

 After her passing, Da gave Reese a scarf (Ma had many) and she slept with it, didn’t take it off.
       
     

After her passing, Da gave Reese a scarf (Ma had many) and she slept with it, didn’t take it off.

 Shortly after, on August 2nd, the Canadians had to leave.
       
     

Shortly after, on August 2nd, the Canadians had to leave.

 A week’s passing.
       
     

A week’s passing.