Coping with cancer.

WE SHOULD HAVE HAD A BAG PACKED….

I was amazed how fast the infection hit. At 1810h,  Michael said he felt cold  and went inside from the garden.  He checked his tempreature 37.5C pretty normal.   I went off on my bike ride.       But he continued to feel shivery and within 30 minutes his temperature was 38.8C.  he rang … Continue reading

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Coping with cancer. / Paris / Paris apartments

THE NIGHTMARE OF FINDING PARIS ACCOMODATION……

So our lives have become,…… (YUK ALERT!)….. obsessive interest in bowel habits.   (Frequency, timing, consistency and volume)……  dashes to out of hours medical centres with wound infections  and forgotten wound staples…….  Sleeping,….. eating …..and relaxing.  (plus the darned racing commentary is back!.  Aggh!) Both the twelve year old out of hours GP   (it … Continue reading

Books. / Coping with cancer.

HERE ENDED ONE OF THE LONGEST DAYS OF MY LIFE….

After a long four and a half operation,  too my great relief.  Michael came back to High Dependency unit last night about 9pm.  He looked good, his colour  blood pressure etc were all fine  and his only sleepy comment was “Tired”!! The surgeon had spoken to me about what had been done. and I cried with relief when he left … Continue reading