In the event, it wasn’t that bad. We arrived at the oncology unit of the local hospital at 2pm, both of us feeling not a little anxious and saying very little to each other. I had tried to be cheerful but I could feel Michaels anxiety and I felt helpless to reassure him as … Continue reading
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My son described it as a “wobbly” …a sudden emotional reaction to a situation you thought you had accepted Yesterday afternoon, finding myself in the haematology for the fifth time in two weeks , I started to get a bit unreasonably angry and frustrated. . Already I am fed up of hospital appointments. Spending my … Continue reading
LOVE IS PATIENT. ………
Love is kind,..………….. Continue reading
COPING WITH CANCER….
Day 13 Telling his son, about the cancer, was the worst. It was heartbreaking to see a 40 something man cry. He got so upset. He kept hugging his father and telling him he loved him. Eventually I crept out of the room to give them some privacy. His daughters took the news well, … Continue reading
A BIT LIKE A PIECE OF RE -PLUMBING….
Yesterday we saw the surgeon and the coleorectal specialist nurse. . The good news is that there is no evidence that the cancer has spread to other organs. The surgeon explained that the cancer is in the Left Descending Colon and they will remove all of that section of the bowel and join the two … Continue reading