One of the people I follow on Twitter is dying.
I first wrote about him here, and since then he's done some amazing things. He's travelled to America, he's met Oprah, he's battled and battled to fight the cancer consuming his body.
A few months ago, he was told he wouldn't win his fight, and the fear and anguish on his Twitter feed was palpable.
Indeed, one morning when I awoke to a tweet about being frightened about dying, I cried all the way to work on the bus.
I have continued to follow his progress and gradually a shift has happened. His tweets have become calmer, he has appeared to accept what is going to happen to him. This morning he tweeted that he was ready to go home. Ready to die.
With Christmas nearly here, I can only hope that he gets to see one more Christmas with his gorgeous sons and wife.
Do you know what? If you do just one thing today, this week, this life, make it to have a thankful thought or be there for someone you really love. Don't sweat the small stuff and remember those facing the big stuff.
I for one, will never forget Kristian Anderson. Not while he's alive, and not after he's died.
And from the other side of the world, on this cold December day, I hope he feels the comfort of everyone's good wishes.
I wish you could get well soon Kristian, I really do.