“immortality means the memories that ones leaves to others”

Jane Beetham


Dedicated to betty fried , long time friend/nurse/mentor who went to the Universe on Thursday April 19 2018

Life goes so quickly as “Betts” (my name for her) would say and since the success of my inaugural talk, QC has been on a huge learning curve, by reigniting her nursing career part time after nearly two and a half  Years , by engaging in part time work at Ballarat Base Hospital and the Integrated Cancer Centre.

In conjunction with my presentations, i feel it is important to keep helping and caring for people in our society, with both arms complimentary to each other.

The chemo day unit staff have been wonderful in assisting me to regain my confidence and learn new technical skills for which i am so grateful. The nurses there are so empathetic, professional and resilient themselves, along with a big dose of humour.

Betty was given many challenges in her life, which she dealt with much Stoicism, so want to take a leaf out of her book. Congrats to her family who put on a fabulous do to celebrate her life. I think she would have Loved it.

Hey another milestone, 2 Years since my last foray with Sir Larry Liver! Cheers to me, and to helping many others in the future towards Bbetter health and social acceptance.

I do not want a memorial stating how good i was with money, as i have seen so often it does not buy happiness, but making a difference does.