On this week’s episode I sit down with Dwayne Edgar and Karl Taffe, cofounders of the inner-city Running club.
Category: Season 3
On this week’s episode I sit down with Katie Keyes. This is Katie’s first time to sit down to talk about April story and her nervous laughter come through as a coping mechanism as she articulates April’s journey.
Just before April’s third birthday, she is diagnosed with neuroblastoma.
The treatment plan resulted in April been cancer free in the January, only to relapse in the match and 14 days after her seventh birthday April suffered a massive stroke on Friday the 13th 2019.
Katie was extremely nervous going into this and it took a lot for her to sit down with me but she handled it with so much strength and courage.
Stay strong Katie, I will always keep you, April and Graham in my thoughts and prayers.
On this week’s episode I sit down with Julie Haynes also known as Twins And Me. Julie is one of Instagram‘s biggest personalities but behind this persona has been the hardest three years of Julie‘s life, her hopes of a new life with her partner and babies dashed because of a Visa issue and when her partner decides to go and leave, Julie is left homeless and heartbroken.
Hello everyone my name is Rebecca Kelly and your listening to the everywhere we go podcast on this week’s episode I sit down with Amy Lowry.
Amy’s story is one of pain, anguish and heartbreak but it is also a story of resilience, strength and determination.
It begins when Amy‘s new life in Australia is cut short when her mother was diagnosed with cervical cancer and Amy leaves everything behind to care for her including her future husband Gavin. Roles are reversed for Amy and her mum, her mum who usually was a pillar of strength turn to Amy to care for her.
After the death of her mother Amy and Gavin took themselves to come to Canada returning only to marry in Ireland two years later in 2019 Amy noticed some lumps in her hand she received a shocking diagnosis and on the 18th of March Amy had surgery to remove her hand however, Amy story is only beginning and in a couple of weeks Amy is due to get her bionic arm that will change your life for the better.
Amy will be the bionic woman but to me she is already superwoman. Amy I cannot wait to see what the future holds for you, the future is bright and you as a shining star.
On this week’s episode I sit down with Neilo Kelly.
Neilo was diagnosed with Ataxia CP which is a type of Cerebral Palsy that effects Neilo’s talking, movement, posture and balance.
You may think that this diagnosis holds Neilo back but, Neilo is a pocket rocket he is one of the most determined people I have ever met.
From asking his parents to put him into mainstream school, doing his leaving cert, getting not only his driving licence but his forklift licence, Neilo is the epitome of the saying if you put your mind to anything you can do it.
Neilo you are a credit to your Mam and dad as they are you and I hope one day you will find your happy ever after
On this weeks episode I sit down with Elle Chavan, I came across Elle’s page to the self build community on Instagram I have another close-knit group of well-wishers who you can turn to for information or advice on everything you need to know about building your home, but when Elle’s son Ben be overnight became a different baby Elle found out she had no one to turn to.
Countless sleepless nights, missed milestones and incorrect diagnosis lead Elle to believe she was failing as a mother. It wasn’t until one day while feeding Ben she noticed he was having a seizure of some sort and by chance videoed it and with this evidence she went straight to A&E where Ben was diagnosed with west syndrome. A rare form of epilepsy and infants that if not helped by medication cause a serious brain damage.
I love Elle’s home not before time Instagram page and this is story is to show we never know what’s behind the grid. Elle you are the loveliest soul and have the heart of a lioness, Ben’s road is very much still ahead of him and I wish You, Ben and Anil the very best of everything with it
Hello everyone my name is Rebecca Kelly and your listening to the everywhere we go podcast on this episode i sit down with James Patrice.
It was a genuine privilege to sit and chat with James, his Malahide woman persona inspires body confidence throughout women of all ages and his ask my arse attitude is something to be applauded.
James is blessed, blessed because he has something so special he has the unequivocal support of his family mum Fron who at the very start set him on the journey to be the man he is today to his father Jim to this day darling a pair of rollers and a fat to play Dot Cotton and one of the famous EastEnders sketches and to his best friend Vanessa who always has his back.
We chat through all of this and more he tells me about his need that experience of just 10 years of age and, about the many champions he has in his life especially Suzie who saw something on him and gave him, his first of many opportunities.
As I said James is so blessed and deserves it all and I will be forever grateful for his time and the kindness he has shown me since we sat down, thank you James.