Not, how did he die, but how did he live? Not, what did he gain, but what did he give? These are the units to measure the worth Of a man as a man, regardless of his birth. Nor what was his church, nor what was his creed? But had he befriended those really in need? Was he ever ready, with words of good cheer, To bring back a smile, to banish a tear? Not what did the sketch in the newspaper say, But how many were sorry when he passed away?
Thinking of you today James and gutted to be missing the memorial today having had a positive test this morning. Wouldn’t it be great if we could meet the £100k mark? Rest well. Gone from this earth, but never forgotten, and always loved. Ps Cathy is doing you proud - although I know that’s no surprise to you x
I saw You both on BBC breakfast this morning. What you are doing is amazing, and lung cancer needs highlighting. My lovely grandad John Young died in September 2021, age 98years having been diagnosed with lung cancer at stage 4, purely because he was sent to hospital having had an episode of feeling faint. The only symptom he had was shoulder pain. He was lucky, he had already lived his life, but he had a cupboard full of anti-inflammatory drugs, and no Gp ever considered anything else. Thank you for raising awareness. Good luck
My husband died 7 years ago from lung cancer, It took 6 years before I felt as though I was ready to try and restart my life again, silly to say that seeing as we are all going through covid but it's a completely different life now , Good luck with everything you are trying to do , God bless you all xx