neutropenic Alex's online moblog

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Hello friends. This is My "moblog". I will try to update it everyday, from my lovely hospital bed.
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Alex Saville 1st December 1986 to 3rd January 2007

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As you will be aware, Alex sadly died early on Wednesday 3rd January. He never lost his sense of humour. Alex much enjoyed blogging and reading other people's blogs. He became very fond of many members of the Moblog community. You were all incredibly supportive for which we thank you.

If Alex's story has interested you please consider joining the international bone marrow donor register or becoming a blood donor. We, his family, will always be grateful to all the wonderful people who were prepared to help a stranger in this way.

If you would like to give to a charity, in his memory, please consider The Elimination of Leukaemia Fund which helps people with blood cancers.

Thank you.

Tim and Jenny (his parents), Chris (his brother) and his grandparents

(The picture shows Alex aged 17 in his favourite jacket)
8th Jan 2007, 10:49  


Puddlepuff says:

Goodbye Alex.

8th Jan 2007, 10:51

paintist says:

a wonderful picture... :-)

8th Jan 2007, 10:52

Dhamaka says:

A great picture - I still love that smile

8th Jan 2007, 10:53

Gael says:

Thinking of you. Thank you for the charity details.

8th Jan 2007, 10:59

MaggieD (NLI) says:

Thanks Mat for putting this up, your help much appreciated ...

8th Jan 2007, 11:13

OJ says:

A great loss and handsome too. Thanks also for the charity details.

8th Jan 2007, 11:20

he will be missed alot on moblog. i was always impressed by his blog and clarity of what he was going through.

my thoughts are with his family.

8th Jan 2007, 11:27

beth says:

Best wishes to you all.

This is a gorgeous picture too.

8th Jan 2007, 11:39

Spike says:

Feelings and Love with you, the family.

Take care Alex dude.

8th Jan 2007, 11:52

Alfie says:

I will always remember Alex, he was a vibrant and inspirational member of the moblog community, and we will all miss his humour and spirit. So sorry for your loss.

8th Jan 2007, 12:13

Caine says:

Alex was a wonderful person, he will be missed. My best to Alex's family. Safe journey, Alex.

8th Jan 2007, 12:36

swamprose says:

How good to see him standing there, looking so fine.

This is so hard.

So sorry for your loss. Words fail.

8th Jan 2007, 13:06

Twiglet says:

My very best wishes to you Alex's family. May your future be illuminated by the wonderful memories of the years that Alex was with you, may you always find comfort.

8th Jan 2007, 13:21

lizziepants says:

Alex will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the Saville Family.

8th Jan 2007, 14:56

Steph says:

God bless, god speed!!

8th Jan 2007, 15:08

evilmink269 says:

Very sad and so tragic for one so young...

8th Jan 2007, 15:40

MaggieD says:

That's a lovely pic, and that's how I am going to remember Alex .... great jacket .... much love ...

8th Jan 2007, 16:33

once again, thoughts go to alex's family.

that is a brilliant picture to remember him by - a lovely smile, quirky style, along with being all round nice chap

8th Jan 2007, 16:44

DocD says:

Guy was a soldier in many ways so the jacket is apt.

8th Jan 2007, 18:25

lizziepants says:

very sad. :(

8th Jan 2007, 19:39

Joan says:

What a lovely picture of Alex ,such a handsome guy! He will be missed so much by everyone asssociated with him.
Dear Alex.

8th Jan 2007, 19:40

yourhermione the very unhappy says:

I love the jacket. Very fitting - I agree with what DocD said - he was a soldier.

I am incredibly sad, and while I didn't *know* Alex, I felt like I knew Alex. Thank you so much for sharing with us. You gave me so much hope.

Gods bless, Alex. I'm going to miss you so very much.

8th Jan 2007, 21:05

The dude looks a million dollars and some change!
I'm in the same position as hotdog, snookered by the rules of donorship - I find it painfully ironic that those of us who have had our lives saved by the blood of others are now not allowed to give back. I 'm also stymied by the belief that the NHS should be funded by the state and not have to be propped up by charity, but I get round that one by doing sponsored things and giving the proceeds from that to an appropriate cause. Alex will live in my mind for a long time so I'll be doing stuff for the mentioned charities.

8th Jan 2007, 22:44

anonymous says:

he looks like nick swardson

8th Jan 2007, 22:50

nige says:

alex, you're looking very adam-ant in that coat, man, and i think i like it!

much love & strength to Tim, Jenny, Chris, and the family. my thoughts, and deepest sympathies are with you all.

vaya con dios alex. see you another time.

8th Jan 2007, 23:42

Sue says:

Such a sad end.

9th Jan 2007, 08:49

kostika says:

He was wonderful to know and to see here on the site. It's sad that he's gone. My heart goes with you, his family.

9th Jan 2007, 14:25

RAIDER says:




9th Jan 2007, 14:31

seaneeboy says:

Good to see Alex looking strong and upright at the end.

Thanks again for a wonderfully happy and hopeful blog, you'll always be a moblog legend.

9th Jan 2007, 15:04

540air says:

That's a lovely pic to remember him by. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Alex.

9th Jan 2007, 15:28

Mike says:

What a beautiful picture. My thoughts are with you his family.
Thanks Alex for this amazing blog.

9th Jan 2007, 23:09

Plinko says:

Goodbye Alex soldier on x

9th Jan 2007, 23:12

eroika says:

This is a beautiful picture, thank you for sharing it with us. While I didn't know Alex beyond his moblog I was touched by his courage, strength and humor. Gods speed on his journey and he will live on in all that love him.

11th Jan 2007, 05:01

Helen says:

So sorry you're gone Alex. My deepest sympathies for all his family and friends.

15th Jan 2007, 15:27

Joan says:

To Jenny ,Tim ,Chris and Grandparents,
Alex's service was lovely, very personal and it was marvellous seeing so many people turn out for Alex.
Our thoughts are with you and all your family.

15th Jan 2007, 15:57

anonymous says:

Peace be with you all at this time

15th Jan 2007, 16:06

Sionnach says:

Didn't know him, found this link from Dhamaka's page, but am still very sorry to hear this.

Glad that many here made friends with him and kept him smiling (and sounds like he reciprocated! :-)

May he rest in peace.

15th Jan 2007, 18:14

Katie(katietaylor1-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

I've been friends with Alex for a long time now, and over the past year have watched him cope with this horrible disease with the best of wit and dignity. We all hoped he would pull through so this just seems unreal. He really was one in a million. Love you Alex xxx

15th Jan 2007, 19:19

Puddikat says:

Very sorry to hear Alex is gone. My thoughts are with you all at this time.

15th Jan 2007, 20:31

Great pic great Lad :-)

15th Jan 2007, 20:49

anonymous says:

alex is going to be sorely missed by so many. even though i didnt know him as well as i could have... i, like everyone else, have many fond memories of him and his positive energy.
i will definately be donating to the charity.

15th Jan 2007, 21:49

Jenny (Alex's mum(jennyssaville-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

It was wonderful that so many people were able to come to the funeral yesterday. Alex would have been amazed to see so many friends gathered together. thank you to everyone who came.

16th Jan 2007, 14:11

Claire says:

You were truely an amazing person, ill neva forget the times we spent togetha in school. And the numerous renditions of many different songs including lets stay togetha by Al greene. I wish i had had a chance to say goodbye. Always in my heart xxx

17th Jan 2007, 14:03

From Italy... someone pray for you.

17th Jan 2007, 15:19

Neville says:

I saw and heard Alex sing at a couple of school events and I marvelled at his voice and good looks. He certainly had all the mum's there wanting to mother him. I've only just found out and read Alex's blog and his strength shines through all the pain. He is free of it now but leaves behind a gap in many, many peoples hearts.

18th Jan 2007, 18:06

Jill from New York says:

I have been reading Alex's moblog for a long time – Since his passing, I keep checking it. It is as though it has all been a mistake. He was so young and so full of life. Its odd how someone that I've never met has weighed so heavily on me.

I am so sorry for his passing and for your/our loss. Alex was one of a kind and will be remember by those he's never met.

18th Jan 2007, 21:41

Tina(tinsroxas-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

The loss of a loved one is never an easy thing.

I just wanted to say how sorry I am on the passing of your son. Losing a son is hard and I just wanted you to know that I am praying for your family during this time of grief.

Again, my deepest sympathies to you and your family.

19th Jan 2007, 21:37

kyoob says:

Julie and I have popped in to check alex's moblog every now and again, and you are absolutely right, he never once seemed to lose his sense of humour.

My sympathies to the family, and may alex live on forever in people's hearts and minds.

21st Jan 2007, 13:10

Tim (Alex's dad) says:

I'm very pleased to tell you that the Elimination of Leukaemia Fund is planning a gig in memory of Alex, who was very interested in music and who sang with a band himself. It will feature The MooN, a UK based band, and will take place at The Venue, 2 Clifton Rise, New Cross, London SE14 on 23 February.

If anyone is interested, please ring ELF on 020 8778 5353. Apparently it's an over 18 venue.

21st Jan 2007, 20:34

nick berry(bikerninjahippy-at-hotmail-dot-co-dot-uk) says:

Alex rocked! I seen him at loads of concerts performing with great skill and charisma. A sound guy, humble, interesting, bright, talanted, friendly + full of beans, im pleased i had the priverlidge of knowing him and wish i could of known him better. Respect 2 Chris and Kate 4 there tribute at the funarul...insperational, ...god bless u both + im sure Alex would have been proud of you boath. Such a shame, so un-just, my prayers r with u all

21st Jan 2007, 23:52

nums says:

we will never forget you alex, ican say that i was one of the luckiest person to have known you even we just met in the hospital, and i'm so grateful indeed to have such unique opportunity to look after you. from all the staff of davidson and derekmitchell ward, we wish you eternal peace and our prayers will be with you. Godbless and condolences to the family.

22nd Feb 2007, 21:41

Jenny (Alex's mum) says:

thank you so much. All the staff in davidson and derek mitchell and the HOP were so wonderfully kind. I know Alex appreciated this greatly, felt very close to and counted many of you amongst his friends. You probably know that we asked that people who wished to do so should donate in Alex's memory to the Elimination of Leukaemia Fund and we asked that some the money should be for use at King's.

23rd Feb 2007, 14:35

Megan says:

I am a really good friend of Amy Jackson's and so heard about Alex through her. I am truly sorry for your loss, I have spent the last hour looking at his blog and he seems like an extraordinary boy. I can't believe how positive he remained throughout, and I know on a personal level how difficult living with a blood disease can be.
On the day of Alex's death my dad went into the DMU, after his hodgekins lymphoma returned. He's was in and out all last year, and is in King's again this month in one of the isolation units with no immune system. He often talks, when at home, of the pain and boredom Alex writes about, and I think ELF is such a brilliant idea, and I will be asking my mum and dad about donating to the fund when he returns, because he especially should know the difference something as small as a fridge can make when you are stuck in the ward.
my thoughts are with you.

24th Feb 2007, 22:10

jonathan says:

Alex was really someone to look up to. He was in an older year at school but he was ALWAYS nice to everyone, regardless of their age or anything. He was a wicked gardener, a great singer and if I will always think of him. I would be proud to be like him and have his courage and humour. I am registering to be a stem cell donor and I think everyone should because it takes nothing and could mean the world. Alex, I'll think of you when we're doing anything musical in the world, you were absolutely the best.

1st Mar 2007, 20:15

MaggieD says:

Jonathan, so good to hear you are registering as a stem cell donor .... I think that is probably the best thing you can do in remembrance of Alex .... :)

1st Mar 2007, 20:28

Jenny (Alex's mum) says:

Jonathan, thank you so much for your lovely comments and for registering as a stem cell donor. That's really great.

2nd Mar 2007, 13:17

MaggieD says:

Noticed it was Alex's Moblog anniversary ..... so thought I'd make a visit ......

10th Apr 2007, 22:30

Puddlepuff says:

Yep, 365 days,.... a year,... nice to read through some of the posts.

11th Apr 2007, 11:17

joan says:

Alex's moblog anniversary, !! still check in now and again as lots of other people do too. remembering Alex always.

11th Apr 2007, 18:01

Jenny says:

thanks to Maggie, Puddlepuff and Joan for their messages.

16th Apr 2007, 11:20

paintist says:

Yes...a year...thats how we met Maggie...nice to pop back every now and then :-)

16th Apr 2007, 11:28

swamprose says:

alex just came up on random.

hey, alex.

best to jenny, tim and chris.

6th May 2007, 20:17

Puddlepuff says:

Hey Alex, poped round to read a bit back on the blog. Hope everyone in the family is doing well.

And Nubby stole your t-shirt to sleep on, :)

24th May 2007, 21:29

John says:

Just to say that Alex's chameleon is now in coloured glass - I'm looking forward to seeing it. Cheers mate.

25th May 2007, 16:47

Andy Sutton says:


I worked on City Hospital - Alex was an inspiration to a lot of people.


3rd Jun 2007, 00:47

Alex's Dad says:

Andy, you say that you worked on 'City Hospital'. In what capacity? Do the 'City Hospital' people, e.g. Ulrika, know what happened to Alex?

Thanks to you and other recent posters for your kind messages.

4th Jun 2007, 21:08

Joan says:

Just wanted to say hello on the blog to Jenny,John ,Tim and the grandparents . We think of Alex often. It's nice to see Alex's blog still being viewed.

9th Jun 2007, 19:48

MaggieD says:

I pop back now and then, I know Alex remains in a lot of peoples thoughts on the blog :)

9th Jun 2007, 19:54

Puddlepuff says:

And here to stay to I may hope.

10th Jun 2007, 22:08

paintist says:

me too :-)

11th Jun 2007, 07:31



20th Jun 2007, 13:47

Tim (Alex's dad) says:

Thanks, Benn. Very kind of you to post this. Hope that all is well with you and your family.

22nd Jun 2007, 10:56

MaggieD says:

Back again .... just a quick visit ... just to say you are still in my thoughts .... still smile when I think of you :)

17th Aug 2007, 18:01

Joan says:

Really nice message Maggie,

25th Aug 2007, 19:23

Jenny says:

It's lovely to see that people still come on this site. thank you Maggie and Joan for thnking of alex and thank you Maggie for the message X

27th Aug 2007, 12:17

MaggieD says:

Puddlepuff is off to Africa tomorrow, following his dream:) .... in his final farewell blog (well we all hope he will be able to blog a little when he is there) he mentioned Alex (as did Swamprose) ... Alex is still very much thought of :)

19th Sep 2007, 21:15

WhoseShoes says:


19th Sep 2007, 22:42

nige says:

just dropping in, and tipping my hat, man.

20th Sep 2007, 21:35

Jenny says:

thanks everybody.

21st Sep 2007, 09:36

540air says:

Same as nige, just dropped in :)

21st Sep 2007, 10:18

Jenny says:

I think of this as a memorial to Alex but I learnt the other day that his old school have planted a tree in memory of him and I would like to thank them all for that. It's quite an honour.

21st Sep 2007, 13:25

Joan says:

A tree for a Alex, what a lovely gift from his school. Cheers to Aex!!!

26th Sep 2007, 19:46

John says:

Still thinking of the mate

23rd Oct 2007, 20:41

John says:

meant to say: 'Still thinking of you mate'

23rd Oct 2007, 20:42

Joan says:

Hi to Alex ,lots of lovely rain today for your Graveney tree!

28th Oct 2007, 12:22

Puddlepuff says:

Yur pink shirt is here in Kenya with me,.. if I keep loosing weight in the speed I have been loosing it for the last month I might be able to wear it in a year :p

30th Oct 2007, 09:05

Jenny says:

keep safe Puddlepuff. I hope you are having a really exciting time.

30th Oct 2007, 18:26

Puddlepuff says:

Exciting, and one hell of an experience. ;)

3rd Nov 2007, 20:25

Alex's dad says:

On 1st December Alex would have been 21. It's nearly a year now since his death.

28th Nov 2007, 09:12

nige says:

here's to Alex then.

28th Nov 2007, 09:15

Puddlepuff says:

Time flies, but reading this back still feels like it's just a few days ago.

To Alex.

28th Nov 2007, 18:09

Joan says:

Happy Birthday to Alex, the sun is shining for 'you' today.

1st Dec 2007, 10:39

paintist says:

Happy Birthday memories from me too........

1st Dec 2007, 17:27

MaggieD says:

Yes, here's to Alex .....

1st Dec 2007, 17:29

Jenny says:

thank you everybody.

1st Dec 2007, 18:38

Katie(katietaylor1-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

Happy Birthday to Alex, thinking of you always xxx

1st Dec 2007, 23:22

swamprose says:

all this fall, and now I remember his blog, those days when he so carefully described the science and everything to us. I really appreciated that effort. I learned a lot.

2nd Dec 2007, 00:39

Puddlepuff says:

Can't say happy birthday, but happy memories for sure.

Love Joost

2nd Dec 2007, 18:32

paintist says:

Thinking of you at this time of year.......x

2nd Jan 2008, 12:37

Jenny(jennyssaville-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

Thank you so much, and of course for supporting and entertaining Alex during his illness. We miss Alex very much but we have lots of happy memories to make us smile, too.

2nd Jan 2008, 15:02

Dhamaka says:

Hello Jenny, Alex's friends and family
I'm thinking of you and of Alex

3rd Jan 2008, 00:22

Euphro says:

Remembering Alex today, and thinking of those whom he left behind.

3rd Jan 2008, 00:24

MaggieD says:

Alex and his family and friends very much in my thoughts today .... Alex could always make us smile, so that is how he is remembered .....

3rd Jan 2008, 11:16

seaneeboy says:

Still missed and always a moblog legend.

3rd Jan 2008, 11:18

nige says:

nice one man. you're very much in my thoughts.

3rd Jan 2008, 11:28

JENNY says:

thank you so very much every one of you, for the kind messages.

3rd Jan 2008, 13:34

hildegard says:

He's often in mind. Still raising a smile more often than not.
Hope all good things for you & family in 2008...

3rd Jan 2008, 13:56

Geodyne says:

I've had a wistful little smile in Alex's memory today. I was very fond of him and think of him often.

3rd Jan 2008, 14:21

JENNY says:

Thanks again, to everyone on this blog and to other friends, family, neighbours and colleagues for their huge support over this year.

Thank you too, to all the doctors and nurses and other hospital staff and to the wonderful, people we don't know by name: the many many blood donors and to the 33 year old man, American we think, B Rh Neg, bone marrow donor MNDP-0045-4265-00 who twice donated marrow to Alex, a person completely unknown to him. Thank you all, you will always have a special place in our hearts.

3rd Jan 2008, 16:33

Mikey365 says:

Thinking of you guys..

3rd Jan 2008, 16:36

beth says:

Thinking of Alex still.. Thanks to Maggie for marking this for us all as well. He does stay in our memory.

I managed to give blood for the first time after many times of trying and not being allowed! I thought of him whilst I was doing it and i'll be giving platelets next if they'll let me :)


3rd Jan 2008, 22:13

mike says:

I met alex at Kings about 3 weeks into my treatment there, we shared a double room. I was newly diagnosed with ALL and he was in for his top-up, i saw him on the tv the morning i was moved into the bed next to him it was a bit like meeting a celeb as i had heard a lot about him from the nurses and docs (they were obviously very fond of him).
We were about the same age with the same disease so i think they thought i'd benifit from alexs experience (he was a year on into the same treatment), and they were right! Speaking to alex was such a relief he helped me so much, i was still at the stage where i didnt want to kno anything i was too afraid but seeing alex taking control of it by knowing as much info as he could about the whole thing, he made me realise i could help myself and i wasnt just in the doctors hands he made me think very positively! I got to know him very well and he became a good friend in our short time together. I last saw alex december last year the day they let me home for xmas but at the time i didnt really understand how ill he really was (he was cool about it so i assumed the best). It was a very sad loss and i think of him often. Just wanted everyone to kno how much he helped me.

13th Jan 2008, 04:24

Jenny (Alex's mum) says:

Dear Mike

Thank you for your comments. I do hope you are doing well and that you are on the mend now. I know Alex liked sharing the room with you until you got moved back to Brighton(?). Every good wish for a full recovery. x

13th Jan 2008, 17:18

Joan says:

Yes Mike ,Alex was incredibly brave and positve with his ALL all the best to you.

15th Jan 2008, 17:47

Tina(tinsroxas-at-hotmail-dot-com ) says:

One warrior lost but angel will always be remembered!

31st Jan 2008, 21:18

MaggieD says:

Mike, hope that you are doing OK, and I think it comes as no surprise to people on the blog to hear how incredibly supportive Alex was .....

...... Tina, beautifully put, and yes, Alex will always be remembered, here, and in many peoples hearts :)

31st Jan 2008, 22:56

John says:

You are never far from our thoughts, especially in the summer when we shared holidays in Spain & IoW.

7th Jul 2008, 23:14

Ziggy(sieglinda-dot-terry-at-googlemail-dot-com) says:

Happy Birthday. My thoughts are with you and your family.

I remember your 15th Birthday- happy memories.


1st Dec 2008, 02:32

MaggieD says:

My thoughts with are with you and your family today .....

1st Dec 2008, 07:37

nige says:

Happy Birthday man.

1st Dec 2008, 10:04

Euphro says:

Thinking of you and your family today.

1st Dec 2008, 11:59

Dhamaka says:

Thinking of you all, and of Alex

1st Dec 2008, 12:06

Geodyne says:

Happy birthday Alex. Thinking of you and your family.

1st Dec 2008, 13:13

Anonymous says:

Happy Birthday lovely boy xxx

1st Dec 2008, 13:27

Tina(tinsroxas-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

Thought about you my friend because its your special day...Happy Birthday Alex!!!

Love and prayers to you and your family!

1st Dec 2008, 14:04

hildegard says:

Thinking of you today, chap. Of your family too.
All good things & best hopes...

1st Dec 2008, 15:00

SLG nli says:

Thoughts go to your family and friends on this day

1st Dec 2008, 15:08

JENNY says:


5th Dec 2008, 17:29

Tim says:

Thanks very much also from me. I visited Graveney School today and Alex is very fondly remembered there.

5th Dec 2008, 18:45

Puddlepuff says:

As normal, here I am, fashionably late with birthdays.

Almost 2 years have passes, still missed and most definitely not forgotten.


30th Dec 2008, 17:07

John says:

Memory of you is as bright as ever.

2nd Jan 2009, 12:07

MaggieD says:

You're still my 'superhero' .... and most certainly not forgotten here on the blog :)

3rd Jan 2009, 10:05

beth says:

Definitely not forgotten! That jacket stil looks great too..

3rd Jan 2009, 13:58

Anonymous says:

when i think of alex i think about when he had dreads at graveney, and how he was always so friendly when people used to feel them and stuff. never got annoyed. and how i used to always see him gardening outside when i was in a science lesson, and the teacher would tell them to be quiet because they were always laughing really loud. he was so cool. i was 2 years below, and he was the kind of person people wanted to be friends with. and you know now he'd not want anyone to be upset over him, he'd get upset if he knew people were.
such a greatgreatgreat person. and he didnt seem to know how special he was.

4th Jan 2009, 22:38

Tim (Alex's dad) says:

Thanks again for all your very kind comments. It's good to know that Alex made such an impression on so many people.

7th Jan 2009, 18:48

forever young...

7th Jan 2009, 22:07

Puddlepuff says:

How is the tree growing?

21st Jul 2009, 18:39

MaggieD says:

Back with you :)

21st Jul 2009, 19:07

John says:

Alex, you are constantly in our thoughts. I still see you shoes in the hall, remember the shindy on the scaffold and your boundless love of life.

2nd Nov 2009, 23:49

Dhamaka says:

Just popping in to say hi
My respect for you - which was already high - has increased a million fold this year

30th Nov 2009, 20:33

Dhamaka says:

Just dropping in to say hello
and send my love

3rd Jan 2010, 16:56

Alex's Dad says:

Thanks very much, Dhamaka. It's so good to know that Alex is still remembered. His brother met up with several of Alex's friends today to celebrate him.

3rd Jan 2010, 19:52

bethmadethis says:

Me too, still think of Alex this time of year. I still love this photo too.

5th Jan 2010, 22:55

Jonathan says:

Alex, you are still an inspiration to me. I will never forget you. Thank you for ever.

24th Jun 2010, 00:15

swamprose says:

just checking in Alex. I always think of you this time of year.

3rd Dec 2010, 14:36

MaggieD says:

Hey, tried to drop by yesterday but had problems with the site ...... still in my thoughts :)

3rd Jan 2011, 17:00

Dhamaka says:

just popping in to say hello
(mine too)

3rd Jan 2011, 17:04

MaggieD says:

Thought of you yesterday while sitting in the garden with your mum and dad :)

26th Apr 2011, 20:46

MaggieD says:

Hey, sorry to have missed the date, still in my thoughts

5th Jan 2012, 16:28

nige says:

; )

6th Jan 2012, 15:36

Dhamaka says:

Sorry to have missed the date too. Often in my thoughts, sending you my love xxx

29th Jan 2012, 09:13

MaggieD says:

just a couple of days away from the 7th anniversary of your first post to Moblog. Still in my thoughts :)

4th Apr 2013, 21:43

Matt(Matt_pressman-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

Great blog, greater guy. Still remembered fondly.

3rd Jan 2014, 05:09

Dhamaka says:

Hello there - remembering you xx

3rd Jan 2014, 13:59

MaggieD says:

Remember you with a smile

4th Jan 2014, 18:31

MaggieD says:

Still in my thoughts :)

4th Jan 2016, 17:49

Eliza(Bateseliza-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

So glad to see this blog is still here. I'm taking part in a charity walk tomorrow -take a hike cancer- in memory of several people, the incredible Mr Saville being one. For field trips, spider tongue piercings and one of the most beautiful singing voices I know! Xxx

16th Sep 2016, 16:39

MaggieD says:

So sorry to see that alex's blog has been swamped with spam.

If there are moderators still working on the site it would be good if they could delete all the spam.

12th Mar 2017, 18:43


5th Apr 2017, 21:13

MaggieD says:

Thanks SLG
I drop by here every so often.
It is good to know that some moderators are still
looking after the site.

6th May 2017, 17:35

MaggieD says:

Thanks SLG
I drop by here every so often.
It is good to know that some moderators are still
looking after the site.

6th May 2017, 17:38


Olivia, how dare you use this tribute to our late son Alex to advertise your jerseys and, even worse, on the anniversary of his death. You ought to be ashamed of yourself.

5th Jan 2018, 11:04


Perhaps the moderators could delete further spam on this page.

5th Jan 2018, 11:06

Anonymous says:

Alex was in my form at Graveney for 5 years (7-11H) he just popped into my head today (Marvin Gaye performance) we weren’t close friends but you get to know people over that time and I remember being shocked by his passing. All these years later I googled him and I’m glad to see this page still active. God bless him and his family

13th Jan 2018, 03:35

Anonymous says:

I still think of Alex. He is still an inspiration

19th Apr 2018, 16:28

Nicola says:

Years later I still think of Alex on a regular basis. We weren't a huge part of each other's lives but the week at camp and subsequent contact with him made a permanent impact on my life.

25th Dec 2019, 16:15

Elliot says:

Visiting moblog for the first time (I am very young) and stumbled onto this page. I don't know who Alex was, nonetheless I extend my condolences.

28th Dec 2019, 16:30

Euphro says:

Thinking of Alex. I've done a bit of tidying-up, removing the most recent spam. God rest him.

21st Feb 2021, 13:27

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thinking of Alex xx

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