I learnt, this morning, that a guy, with whom I work, recently married and father of twin girls, has been diagnosed with testicular cancer - proper important stuff. Thankfully, the diagnosis has been made early and, the prospects of a full recovery are extremely good - here's praying.
|I cannot pretend that Catfishing didn't dominate my waking hours.|
There is a massive learning curve from the 1980's to my life today
I can't claim to be anything other than a passionate observer - but I am a realist (I think!)
|A nomadic bee sp. - in our garden|
Possibly the first record for Thanet? Who knows, or cares?
Is it important - no, I don't think so either.
Birding, angling, pan-listing, cycling, jogging, rambling; I could keep going - yes, of course they provide massive enjoyment to those of us who are involved - but are they important?? I have my doubts when viewed from the bigger picture - I'm not saying that we shouldn't get involved; just that there might be a need for a reality slap every now and again. Testicular cancer is enough for me.