Scholastica, Niamh, and Richard are all set for the beginning of their great adventure. They are going just across the border to La Línea de la Concepción to begin their chauffeur-driven journey to Caergybi. They have no need of quarantine … Continue reading The first of us to leave…
Tonight, Andrew got me back. Tonight, it was me that was the responsible adult and he the patient. A rather strange state of affairs for anyone who knows how often we have been in A&E in the last four years. But fortunately, no ambulance required. Continue reading Poacher turned gamekeeper
Once again, on World AIDS Day, I end up talking to the local media on camera to raise awareness of living with HIV. This time it is in Gibraltar! Continue reading Another day, another media outlet… raising awareness on World AIDS Day 2014.
I have been conked out due to shingles for many weeks, and it is only in the past week that I have stopped taking the anti-depressant tablets that actually helped to numb the pain. But whilst I had been stuck … Continue reading Getting back to behind the camera
Today, I made it outside. After nearly a week of being indoors, I decided that the visit of Andrew’s old friend from irc, Craig, was a reason to get up and head out. I made it down to Casemates Square where Andrew and I had some breakfast in Café Modelo. Met up with Craig and his friend Noah, and then started to walk back up Main Street towards our house. As we got closer, it became clear to me that I would not make it to the cable car as I had been hoping. Rest is still required. Continue reading An hour outside…
As many readers will know my weight seemed like it was never going to stop going up, and up, and up. The last time that I weighed myself I knew that it was bad, and it was about 100kg. When … Continue reading Weight back to normal 🙂 #teambounce 12-8-6
Recent experience of getting HIV meds prescribed in Gibraltar. I have found it to be relatively easy to navigate the system. Continue reading Can I navigate the Gibraltar system for HIV care?
It’s been three great years since Andrew and I got married. Where does the time go to? Those of our friends who visited us in East … Continue reading And then there were five!