When Lucy Pevensie meets Aslan on her second trip to Narnia in Prince Caspian, she asks why he didn’t jump in and save them like the previous time in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Aslan answers, ‘Things never happen the same way twice, dear one,’ which sums up precisely my feelings about this second go at chemotherapy.
I mentioned in my last post how setting up a publishing company while being treated for breast cancer had proven itself to be a very helpful therapy – unconventional but effective! Today I’m taking a break from the Big Breast Adventure to bring you a post that’s very dear to my heart – the launch blog for our brand new For Pity Sake Publishing website that went live last week. It explains how we came up with the name, courtesy of my dear Dad, and how we’ve fashioned our publisher’s stamp (see opposite) on one of our favourite pictures of him, looking out at the world over his glasses as many people saw him do countless times. Please enjoy and, as always, I’d love to hear what you think.