Saturday, May 23, 2009

So far, so good.

I am feeling as good as I have in a long time, naturally I still suffer from the effects of chemo, such as shortness of breath and my ankles still being swollen and sore, but the pains in my back are once again under control. I can smile inwardly as well as outwardly once again.


Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Chemotherapy - #1 of 3

The best ever! One nurse, one attempt and the needle was in, no problem, thank you Marie for a wonderful job. I cannot say I enjoy having chemotherapy but if they all went like this it would be a pretty boring blog. Marie was so expert in administering the needle that I felt very little pain at all, in fact I felt less pain from that than I did the taking of bloods the day before.

One complaint I do have is against the three cars that did not care to wait in the queue like the rest of us and decided to use the ambulance lane just as one came along. If I was the car park attendant those car owners would be going back to flat tyres after their business at the hospital. I really wish there was something you could do about inconsiderate people like these, what if it had been them in the ambulance?
[Back on form with a good moan, must be feeling good]


Monday, May 18, 2009

Blood tests

Too early for results from my blood tests today but if they are as good as the taking of bloods was then all bodes well for tomorrow’s chemotherapy.

I would like to say a quick thank you to everyone rooting for me and to those who pass-by this way and take the time to read all about my progress, especially those leaving messages. Thank you.

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