The Billycart Ride

Our dad made us a billycart we christened Lightning Runner; he hammered in the shed all night and built an outright stunner. The morning when rolled her out thing told last was, ‘Careful how you handle her, she’s to go real fast.’ When Michael takes magnificent Runner for spin on highest hill neighbourhood, reaches breakneck speed everyone gets little more action than they’d bargained for. This pacy adventure is rollicking read that will keep edge of your seat.

In December 2004, the doctor told me that my tumour was an invasive ductal carcinoma needed to be removed through a lumpectomy and radiotherapy or mastectomy procedure. I could choose. After mastectomy, oncologist prescribed aggressive chemotherapy treatment increase odds this cancer would not return. His decision founded on probability, based statistics indicated possibly return if didn’t do anything differently. My administering survival rate from 50 percent 60 were administered within six weeks of mastectomy. Chemotherapy filled with fear. chose learn. From greatest fear came discovery success. have learned resources choose quality life along way. hunt those embedded limiting beliefs moulded me. can change beliefs, attitude, state, stresses in life. mind energy body feel better every day. been clear for eight years. As recently qualified coach practitioner NLP practitioner, am still learning. practice what learn guiding others realise their potential. goal is propel them forward, use imagination, go back timeline discover defining moments. urge uncover know they anytime. Thus, bodies changing minds.

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