Do you remember how, just the other week, I was sharing my story about how Twitter helped me to promote my charity trek?

Hannah at her best

The eagle-eyed among you might have spotted this little sentence tucked in the midst of that post:

Since then I’ve had another writer, who blogs about living through cancer, contact me to ask if she could put my post on her website too.

And, no prizes for guessing, I’m thrilled to say that my second guest post, Surviving Someone Else’s Cancer, is now live!

When I first looked at Stephanie’s Blog Bah! to Cancer, the top post had the title “Cancer Free Friday: good points”.

Stephanie was encouraging everyone to write down three things that were good about themselves, to help them hold onto their positivity.

As regular readers will know, I’m a big fan of positive thinking and writing for Stephanie gave me the chance to step back and take a look at how far I’ve come.

This time last year, I felt miserable and helpless as I watched Hannah’s health decline.  While I’ve by no means forgotten her – only today I wanted to buy a pretty top simply because it was “so Hannah” – I am feeling better in so many ways.

It’s easy to forget that I’m so much fitter now and that while life has changed dramatically, not every change is for the worse.  So, Stephanie, if you’re reading this:  Thank you so much for asking to put my words on your blog, you helped me to rediscover the good in what I’m doing.