Month 7, Day 25: DWD meets Corporate Australia

What a weekend, down at Phillip Island in my sisters B&B and catch up with Dick and Deb. Weather great, and driving the new car down, a good bit, never going over the limit once. Today a few hours in Cabrini loading up on Chemo, and amazingly Ray a mate who designed a fantastic farewell bracelet for Eliz a few months ago was in the opposite chemo chair. She is going well, small world or I have been going there to long.Took 2 stabs to get the vein right, don’t you just hate that. Will be a slower 10 days or so, but I am trying a new book by Murakani.

This morning I launched a new effort in getting the DWD topic and laws up in the public arena by sending a note to ASX 300 companies. Have a read and see what you think. There are a lot of companies this would not get to like all the unlisted ones and groups within conglomerates such as Wesfarmers who is listed but the CEO of Coles, Bunnings Target etc is not or Shell not on ASX etc etc. Anyone who wishes to forward into the corporate sphere beyond what I have done or even to reinforce it would be hugely helpful. I expect they will be far better responders than politicians to my earlier notes and hopefully somewhat supportive. Have got some press interest from a release my press release friend arranged so listen to a 20 min interview on Wednesday morning live at about 9 am on the ABC Radio National program Life Matters, discussing with Senator Richard Di Natalie and myself why and where corporates fit in the Dying with Dignity quest.

Please click here to read the email.

Petition is at 19,000 long way to go. Amazing what is possible, medical marijuana looks like it will crack through, we are next with ongoing help in chemo sized doses! Pain 0/10

Pain 0/10 Mental Health 10/10 Physical Health 7.5/10 Life Enjoyment 11/10 

2 thoughts on “Month 7, Day 25: DWD meets Corporate Australia

  1. Good to hear you are feeling positive mentally and enjoying life Peter. Seems a great idea to write to the ASX companies but I wonder what the response will be?
    All the best with your struggle and with the end of life issue and good luck with the radio interview tomorrow
    regards, Doug Gaze

  2. Congratulations on writing to so many corporations ……. you amaze me with everything you do, Peter. I hope that you’ll rest while you’re going through the next batch of chemo. I’ve been watching the medicinal cannabis debate too and I hope that something changes quickly. The lives of those kids suffering up to 300+ seizures each day literally depends on it!!

    Thanks for everything you’re doing Peter

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s