Saturday 24th March - Chemo #4, a bit of a kerfuffle. Well it has been a long 2 weeks since I last wrote. I think it’s safe to say that the T part of my FEC-T chemo regime, is T for Twat (sorry mum, Alyson, granny, anyone else offended by the appalling language.) I’ll start … Continue reading Saturday 24th March – chemo #4, a bit of a kerfuffle.
Sunday 11th March - Very Important Weather Warning I’ve just read the weather forecast and snow warnings are again in place for the days following my chemo. So far we’ve had snow following 2 out of 3 chemos (and the day after my diagnosis). After the last cycle, we were completely snowed in for a … Continue reading Sunday 11th March – very important weather warning.
Friday 2nd March - Chemo is a Jellyfish ‘They’ say that chemo gets tougher with each cycle, and they are right. I said at the beginning of my treatment that I wanted to view chemo as my friend, after all it is (hopefully) doing me the biggest of favours and it is (hopefully) helping with … Continue reading Friday 2nd March – Chemo is a Jellyfish
Friday 23rd February - Chemo #3 - the Red Devil That’s half of my chemotherapy treatments done, we aren’t celebrating, no woohoos, its just a fact and now we move on. Ally thinks I’m being pessimistic because I’m not celebrating and feeling ‘proud of myself’ its certainly not that I’m pessimistic, that couldn’t be further … Continue reading Friday 23rd February – Chemo no. 3, the Red Devil
Sunday 18th February - it’s my birthday…… Friday was my birthday, that was weird. It’s difficult to describe how I felt when I woke up on Friday, on one hand I am here, I have a wonderful life and should be happy to reach another milestone; but I didn’t. I felt sad and detached from … Continue reading Sunday 18th February – it’s my birthday……