The first poster for Prog in the Park 2.0 Saturday 4 April 2020 at The Glen Pavillion Pittencrieff Park Dunfermline
The Clock Tower at The Western General Hospital Edinburgh in the sun. This was taken on my iphone 8plus yesterday afternoon while walking through the hospital grounds when heading to the DCN Department
Red Sky at night Shepherds Delight, Red Sky at morning Shepard’s Warning. This is the sky over Letham Hill Wood between Hillend and Dalgety Bay earlier this morning. Have a good day folks.
BRAVE My all-time favourite album from my all-time favourite band Marillion. This is featured in my latest posting on oneoffifteen.com Please check my site out and share. If you're going to listen to Brave, ”play it loud and turn down the lights”.
What were you doing two years ago? oneoffifteenblog.wordpress.com/2017/10/09/wha…
Out and about Inverkeithing earlier for a wee walk with Nathan.
Time for a coffee on Ward 4, and it's a really good one. So this is the view I have from my bed when drinking my coffee and trying to chill.
The text below is on the One of Fifteen Facebook Page: Twitter: Blog Pages. My oldest son @JackONeil90 & his girlfriend Heather came to see me in the Ward. It was really great to see the both of them. Jack stayed a few days with me, Kirsty and wee Nathan before I was admitted in here, again.I didn't really get the chance to say cheerio on Sunday to him as I was rushed here to the Western General Hospital thanks to Anne Marie. So back to visitors. I share a room with a nice called David and the @Heartsfc_ player Jamie Walker was in visiting him. I had a chat with Jamie and his wife Courtney. Thanks to Courtney taking the photograph. They are a really nice couple.
Well @meester_reechy these Pink Flamingos look braw. Ok so you couldn't get glasses at Ikea for @thecreepyweepub if they go to Lush then the Pink Flamingos are just waiting for someone to go along and pick them up.
As a severe #chronicpain sufferer, this image puts it across very well how I and fellow chronic pain sufferers feel on a daily basis.
Meet my alter ego, 'Wee Kev'. 😉 I asked an old school to do this for my #oneoffifteen Blog, Facebook and Twitter accounts. I am chuffed with how this turned out and I can't thank my mate enough for this.
Myself and @JackONeil90 were guests of my namesake @kevoneil and @29studios We had a great discussion about the #oneoffifteen15 campaign and also about the support and advice that 29 Studios and the #29ers can give me. Kev is a great guy with a great group of staff.
When I had surgery at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh (RIE) to remove this tumour, a photographer was present to take photos during the 10hr operation. This was on Wednesday 7th October 2015. The surgical team let me see this photo about 10 days or so after the operation. The only information they could give me at the time was that it weighed 10lbs and that the pathology team were thoroughly examining it. One month later, I found out that this was called #malignantmyopericytoma and that I was only #oneoffifteen15 worldwide to have this condition.
This photo was taken on 27th September 2015, this is the last photo I have of the tumour before I had surgery on 7th October 2015. This got even bigger before I went under the knife.