Monday, 20 August 2012

need some advice?

This is the story of my dear friend Gaynor Hall. The girl with the glorious smile.

gaynor Gaynor died of ovarian cancer not too long ago and is sorely missed. This book is written by her sister, Jill Herring. It contains advice that could be very helpful to women in treatment. I haven't read it yet, but I've downloaded it to my trusty Kindle. I will read it when I have taken enough calming breaths.

Jill-Herring-Been-There,-Didn't-Do-That...-The-Journey-of-Ovarian-Cancer Description:

"This is a true story based on Jill and her late sisters experience of ovarian cancer. It is a guide about the things they learned along the way, the do's and the don'ts, some helpful hints, questions that should have been asked and questions that should have been answered. What to do and when to do it, when is 'enough' and when to look elsewhere."


  1. I am so sorry about the passing of your friend, Gaynor. She did have a wonderful smile. I will look up her book too.
    My blog this week was about a cyber friend, Tina, who recently passed away from ovarian cancer at the age of 45. My blog is;
    We need to do what we can to increase awareness and raise money for research, so I applaud your efforts.

  2. Thanks Karen - so sorry about your friend :(


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