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Lisalauren
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Have any of you had the experience of having GcMAF.
Chocolates
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Helen, you busted me. Yes both mr c's here at the moment. Just so busy this week. Although they're starting to get on my nerves now so tomorrow they're on their way. House a mess - not sure what they've been doing.

Tracy - glad treatment not too bad today. Let's hope it stays that way. xx

Huge hugs everyone - off to try and sleep - one more day and it's the weekend. Can't wait as such a hard week at work so looking forward to putting my feet up. Leg much better but still a bit sore. Heart test done and no phone all yet so hopefully that means it's not about to give out on me yet.

Hxxx
JulieD
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Hi Tracy glad things went reasonably well and hope the swelling subsides.

 

Lisalauren I agree with nicky, if you are looking for a second opinion then the centres of excellence like Marsden and Chrisies are probably your best bet, werte you thinking of looking privately? I wish you luck.

 

Bev good to hear you are feeling quite good this week, hope that continues and you have a good weekend.

 

There is a SBC pin, I don't think it's possible to put an image on here. It is American so probably likely to be called MBC (metastatic breast cancer) pin. As far as I know they are not on sale in UK, but maybe I'll contact BCC and BBC (Breakthrough Breast Cancer) and see what the chances of getting any stock.

 

Very warm and humid here today so cancelled my baking plans.

 

Love to all you lovely ladies xx

2catlady
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Hi,Tracy ,glad it went okay for you. Make sure you rest and look after yourself xxx
Huge hugs,Helen xxxxxxxx
nicky08
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Hi lisalauren
If your Mum isn't already being treated at one of the centres of excellence I would suggest you seek a second opinion at the one nearest to your Mum, such as a The Marsden, Christies and I'm sure there are others around the country. They tend to have the leading specialists as they are involved in trials and research, more so than smaller local hospitals. Although your Mum's treatment may not change it will reassure you both that your local team is on the ball with the latest treatments.
Nicky x

Desi-2
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Thank you for kind wishes today ladies all went well don't feel to bad at the moment except some swelling to hands feet and face. Have been told to monitor and if it gets worse or any breathlessness to go to hospital but it may settle fingers crossed it does.

Laura I have read of a Proffessor who is supposed to be very good, I think he is based at Royal Marsden. His first wife had BC so has good insight to it. Another is a Proffessor at a London clinic he also has good reports but a very from what I've been told a very full on approach.
Just realised this may get edited as don't think we are allowed to mention doctors names.
Xxx

Lisalauren
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Hi to you all. My mum has breast to bone cancer and we feel that it might just be time after 2 years to find the best breast to bone oncologist as that's what she deserves. Do any of you know maybe whom I can't get in touch with or find a way of knowing who to search for . Wishing you all well and pain free xxx
2catlady
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Hi,bev,hello, oh make the most of your week off. I hope your SEs settle. I'm thinking it must be chocolate who's entertaining the Mr Cs as she's been very quiet!!!!
Huge hugs,don't work too hard,Helen xxxxxx
Bevlaar
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Tracey....thinking of you today and hoping it goes well and you cope with it all ok. Sending you a huge hug xxxxx
Bevlaar
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Hi I'm here Helen! In work today so not much time to chat at mo....but I'm well this week..my week off cape.
Wish every week was like this!
Hope things are ok with you. Haven't seen much of Mr C since i handed him back after our drive hehe!
Take care.....bev xxxx
2catlady
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Good morning lovely ladies,how are we doing? It's gone very quiet on here,hellllloooooo anybody out there.
I think people are too occupied with the MrCs!!

Tracy,thinking of you today and holding your hand. This chemo will kick Cs butt.stay strong and remember we are all here sending you hugs and holding your hand.xxxxxxxx
Huge hugs ladies,stay strong,Helen xxxxxxxx
belinda
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I haven't seen a pin for secondary BC Helen. Would like to know if there is one.
Good luck with your chemo Tracy. Hope it works brilliantly for you.
Good Luck with your results Lorsie, so stressful waiting for results.
Sorry to hear of the tinnitus Spud. My OH has had it occasionally, not very nice at all.
Have a good day everyone. X
2catlady
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Good morning lovely ladies,
Hope everyone is okay today.
Julie ,that's great you spoke to lulu ,thanks for letting us know xxx
I still can't believe people (like me) can't do live chat from iPads etc. they seem to have been working on it for over a year now and never get any closer!

Hi,spud,don't be to hard on yourself and rant away on here that's why we are here. I'm sooo impressed at your running. Wow,it would take me 13 hours lol.
It will be fantastic for you that hubby's home. Get out and spoil each other.
I had terrible joint pain on tamoxifen,even though onc said it doesn't cause it ( he should read sites like this) so having a brake from it may help.

I was just chatting with a friend who said can you buy pin/badge to support SBC as every charity sells them (£1:00 stick pin things) to support their cause. You can't move for Mac ones at the moment.I've never seen anything in any BC charity. Do they exist ?

Well I'm out for coffee with my head today. My school has just decided to raise funds for the year for Maggies centre at the freeman. 12 staff are fire walking ! There's a Maggies coffee morning too as my head now hates macmillians after the shocking treatment from my mac BCN !and refuses to do mac coffee mornings now.( yes,I know not all mac nurses are bad ,it's just a shame mine has tarred them in her eyes)
Well I better get up as it now takes several hours to put make up on lol.
Huge hugs ladies,catch you later,stay strong,Helen xxxxxxxxxxx
Bevlaar
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Hi julie...sorry j couldnt make live chat last night. My daughter was busy working on her laptop and mine is defunct! Thats why I'm on my tablet a lot. Yes would be great if they can make it compatible with tablets.

Also this fatigue was overwhelming yesterday so came up to bed early again! Never mind.. my chemo free week now😀
Hope everyone else is ok....love to all. Bev xxx
JulieD
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Spudlab hope the scan puts your mind at rest. Tinnitus must be very annoying, do you have any tricks to help you through?

 

Was on Live Chat earlier and it was very quiet, they say they are getting closer to being Tablet compatible so hopefully some more of you will join us.Lulu popped in right at the end. I forgot to tell you earlier that I'd 'spoken' to her on FB and passed on your best wishes and told her the boney ladies were asking after her. She said to say hi, she has been having problems with the site, tried all day to send someone a PM. Anyway, she's had more scans today and gets results Friday.

 

Brain not working too well as tired so won't write anymore tonight. Sleep well everyone xx

 

 

 

Bevlaar
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Oh spudlab...dont worry about having a rant...we all need to on here! I know how debilitating tinnitus can be. My brother suffers with it. Hope they can do something for it and there is nothing else involved.
You seem to be pushing yourself a lot...i think we all have to realise we may have to slow down a bit but its the reality of it that hits us. I know the breathlessness ive suddenly developed is so frustrating as i cant do the day to day things i used to all of the time. Have to do housework etc in bitesize chunks now!
Take things easier although i think its great that youre still keeping active too doing a mile in 13 mins!
Love and hugz...bev xxx
spudlab
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sorry everyone but need a bit of a moan!

 

My tinnitus is driving me mad.  It is only in one ear. My oncologist looked a little stressed by it yesterday and actually had a CT brain yesterday. Part of me is looking forward to proof I have a brain but a very small part of me is worried there may be something on it!

 

I also so someone for my joint pain yesterday and they are concerned it may be a type of inflammatory arthritis. I had a steroid injection in my bum - glad I was wearing sensible pants!!!!! I have also started on another new medicine. My oncologist said I could stop my tamoxifen temporarily to see if that was the cause but would only have to restart it even if it was. I am pushing through the pain - I did my mile and a half in 13 mins 14 sec on Thursday but hate not being as reactive and mobile as normal. It hurt to pull the sheet up in bed.

 

Still I apologise if I am sounding sorry for myself - I'm not really. Things could be so much worse.

 

My 16 year olds girlfriend, mother and sister are coming for dinner tomorrow evening - I hope I'm not late home from work. My husband is home on Sunday for 2 weeks which will be lovely.

 

Hope everyone is ok

Bevlaar
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Tracey....sending you a mahoosive hug (((( )))) and all positive vibes. My onc says the same about the treatment working on everything. Dont despair. ..I'm sure theres lots of options still out there for you. I was tnbc at my first primary and the second one was only weakly positive so i worry about it too.
Love bev xxx
2catlady
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Hi,Tracy,I know exactly what you mean xxxx I'm very scared too at how fast it spread. We will do this together,sod triple negative .
Massive hugs coming your way,Helen xxxxxxxxxxx
Desi-2
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Evening ladies well good news is my bloods are okay so chemo will start on Thursday. Bad news the spread that was mentioned is in fact extreme i looked liked a tea bag on the screen multiple spine multiple ribs and skull, that's the one that is really scaring me. The onc said it's irrelevant of how many the important hint is that the chemo works he has said this before and I understand the logic but doesn't make it any easier somehow.
Had my info session afterwards for the chemo the nurse was lovely but she thinks some of the symptoms I have been getting (failed to mention these to the onc think I was a bit shocked) could be liver symptoms. I've decided not to ask for a scan as she said the treatment would be the same anyway and probably have enough to take in at the moment. She still couldn't help but do that "oh triple neg" thing that they do when you tell them no hormone treatment. Sorry for the long post I know others have been in this situation recently (Helen ) it's just scary how quickly thing can progress isn't it.

Haven't read all today's posts so just want to wish anyone else having a particularly bad time at the moment strength and hope that our treatments do the business.

Tracy xxxx
jingo_x
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Morning ladies - thanks for asking after me JulieD, still struggling a bit in my head, but *luckily* my mastectomy wound seems to be infected again which is giving me something else to focus on for a few days.  Smiley Frustrated

2catlady
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Omg! Ethel,that's bad if you were model !! All the products were really natural looking and not scary colours at all. Omg! To him telling up that,that's awful! It's supposed to be a fun day and not a C day!
Oh,Julie ,how on earth did she manage that! That would make interesting readings. Mind it could have gone down loo! So every cloud....
Thanks,I'll have a good chat at lunch,even though it's short as they have to get back to school.
Huge hugs xxxxxxxxx
Ethel_horner
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Ha ha talking - who me?? It's worse than that, I was the 'model' and the beauticians used me to demonstrate their technique lol and even worse (you have to laugh) one of them took a shine to me and off loaded about her sisters death (in detail) from cancer!!! Ha ha ha ha
JulieD
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Good morning all!

 

Ethel, that made me smile! I never wear make-up so if I went to one of those days I'd probably join you in the aunt Sally club!

 

Lorsie good luck with the scan to9day hope all goes smoothly and you haven't got too long to wait for results.

 

Helen, have a lovely lunch and a good catch-up with your pals, leave all your husbands at home though!!

 

Jingo how are you? hope you are a little less teary and a bit better frame of mind, thinking of you x

 

Choc how's the leg? My partner had to wear a monitor for 24 hours too, it was ok till she somehow managed to rip the thing off during the night when she went to the loo!! Hope you'll manage chat tonight. Any of you other lovely ladies are more than welcome to join us.

 

Have a good day everyone, xxxx

 

 

 

2catlady
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Good morning lovely ladies,
Lovely to hear from you lorsie and good luck with the scan.keep us posted.xxxx

Chocolate ,just for you I'll keep both MrCs occupied this week lol.that's what friends are for xxxx

Ethel,oh dear to aunt Sally look,now were you sitting chatting and not listening to the teacher lol.
I better get up now to start mine as have lunch with my old work friends at 12! Apparently it shouldn't take you 5mins to put make up on.
Good luck to everyone with tests and appointments,huge hugs ,Helen xxxxxx
Chocolates
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Lorsie - I'm so sorry to hear that. Are you on a bone strengthener already - sorry I can't remember. I hope the scan is clear - and that a treatment plan is put in place quickly - do you have to wait long for your onc appt? This disease just keeps on giving doesn't it? Lorsie we're all here for you - when you can come and tell us how you're getting on - we do miss you.

Huge hugs to you xxxx


Helen, you're so right - keep both mr c's away from me tomorrow night - no mention of them please. Can just imagine explaining to my onc why heart beat so high. Would be cringe worthy. He'd think (and quite rightly) I'd lost the plot.

Huge hugs everyone - Sheila I'm sure you're keeping up with us. Thinking of you lovely lady xxx

When Janette back? Missing her as well this week.

PS - you can tell I've not cleared away from tea yet can't you - I'm putting it off to spend time with all my lovely ladies!!!! Go well everyone.
Lorsie
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Hi chocolates and everyone thank you for your replies - at the moment I am just on lapatamid having been taken off capitabine due to build up of side affects, but they have just found more cancer cells in my spine on MRI and so I have a ct scan tomorrow & fingers x'ed it's no where else.... ScaryXx
Ethel_horner
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Had to just add that when I went to my look good session I ended up looking like aunt sally! It wasn't a good look lol Ethel x
2catlady
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Now chocolate,you can't have the MrCs if you have a heart monitor on. One smile from MrDC or MrGC and you will be off the scale!
I now have my make up for my wedding to GC lol xxxxx make sure your resting xxx

Yes,bev,the make up is fab!xxxxmind I'll have to be up at crack of dawn to recreate it again! I never knew there were that many products .im usually done in 5 mins not two hours lol!

Jingo,glad today is a bit better. Every day it will get a little easier xxxx we are here for youxxx

Julie ,thanks for the update on lulu,yes please pass on our love to her and let her know we are thinking of her xxx

Sheila huge hugs and rest up so your back with us mad lot xxxx

Mavis where are you? Let us know how you are xxx

Huge hugs everyone and stay strong,Helen xxxxxxxxx
JulieD
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belinda thank you for the birthday wishes, it was Friday, I had a quiet and pleasant day, went out for lunch and just relaxed.

 

Lulu has been quiet but she did post a couple of days ago on FB, will let you know if I hear anything and will let Lulu know we're missing her.

 

Jingo, welcome! Sorry you are in the awful position of needing to join but glad you've found the thread. You are quite normal to be upset and tearful...... it's a hell of a thing to take on board! It's very early days for you and you've not even had the chance to talk properly to your Onc, hopefully you will get answers when you see them, I found it useful to make a written list and have someone with me if possible to jot down answers or just be  another pair of ears as there's so much to take in. I had my primary in 1999 and bone mets in 2010 so a big gap for me. As the others have said, please don't Google it just frightens you and is unreliable.It's hard to believe at the beginning but you will find a way to cope and a new normal for you. It is hard when family/friends don't/won't listen but it is hard for them too, try to let it sink in to you and get stronger then you can try to explain to them again, though some will never 'get it'.

 

Hope any treatments ,tests etc this week go well for anyone having them. For everyone else have a good relaxed week if possible.

 

Hope some of you can make Live Chat tomorrow evening.

 

Lots of love xxxx

Chocolates
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Hello ladies, so where is mr c? Helen are you trying to bag both of them with your make over?????

Welcome jingo - sorry you've had to join us but you will be made most welcome here. Glad you're feeling a bit brighter already. One day at a time - you'll get there to a new 'normal' which actually isn't that bad.

Glad everyone else is ok. Just a short post as exhausted after long day at work but had to find out why Helen was upping the anti re the mr c's. Will be keeping an eye in you Helen.

Hopefully speak to some of you on live chat tomorrow. I'll have my heart monitor on by then so can't get too excited.

Missing you all already. Have a good week everyone.

Huge hugs,
Hxxx
Bevlaar
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Glad you enjoyed that session helen...i went to one 9 years ago and was given £250 worth of cosmetics to come home with! All Clinique or Estee lauder etc too.
Highly recommended!
Bev xxx
2catlady
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Lol Bev,Oh,mr C will love my new glamorous look after my look good feel good session .he can keep the apron on lol

Wow!! Belinda,lots of posh cosmetics in full sizes too. Great fun and would totally recommend the session to all .
Huge hugs to everyone,Helen xxxx
jingo_x
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Thank you all so much - I have had a day off the internet today and been reading 'Radical Remissions' instead, already feeling a bit brighter and haven't cried so much today, so thank you for getting me in a better frame of mind.

wishing you all lots of love and luck xx

 

Bevlaar
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Sorry that's meant to read " the last 10 years not 19!"....typo!
Bevlaar
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Hi jingo...i can only ditto what the other ladies have said. You must be feeling very scared. I know that feeling well being only dx in may with lung mets. We've all been there.
But no internet reading! Thats all based on last 19 years not taking into account all the current treatments and new developments on the horizon.
Jump on here whenever you have any concerns. It'll all seem brighter after the initial shock. Sending you a huge hug ((( ))) 💖

Helen...me and Mr C went for a lovely drive in the sun today....phew! Guess what? He insisted on wearing his apron....took the edge off it a bit....anyway he's winging his way back to you as we speak! 😁😁
Bevlaar
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Just sending a big hug to Sheila (((( ))))
💖💖💖
belinda
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Happy belated birthday or forthcoming birthday Julie. 🙂
Hello jingo, sorry you have to join us. My BC was found after it had spread. I had a spontaneous hip fracture and my diagnosis when I was early 40's. That was eleven years ago so it doesn't mean things cannot be slowed down considerably once discovered and treatment is started. Good Luck. X
Helen you should get some quality names in your goodie bag!
Tracy good to see you back after your hols.
Glad you enjoyed the games with your son Spud. Looked amazing on TV.
Anyone heard from Mavis?
Yes I have been thinking of Lulu and her daughter.
Have a good day everyone. X
2catlady
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Good morning lovely ladies and our lovely newbies(jingo) I hope everyone is okay.

Spud,that must have been fantastic to see in the flesh ,glad you had a great time with your son xx

Tracy,how long is it now until your chemo starts? I know you said after your hols. See if you can get your blue badge sorted ,it's a godsend for parking. Mind I do still get odd looks when I use mine,especially off old people! Who make a point of seeing if I have a badge showing.

Lulu,if your reading the posts we are really missing you and if you can please let us all know how you are doing. Your grandchild should be here soon if I remember correctly xxxxxxx

Well ladies,who has the MrCs? Bev is it you? Lol.
Well I'm off to a look good feel better session at the Maggies centre with my sister today. Apparently you get a goodies bag of make up to take away.

Well lovely ladies ,take care and huge hugs,Helen xxxxxxxx
2catlady
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Hi,jingo,so sorry you are joining us but you will be made very welcome. We are a very friendly bunch.
I had primary BC last June and was diagnosed with bone mets in spine,ribs and pelvis at same time. I'm 48. Unfortunately I've had progression into liver and lung last month. I don't know how long it was there as never had a scan in a year ( long story,dreadful hospital)
We all understand how you feel. But there are ladies on here ,our lovely Belinda who had a double whammy diagnosis and is into her 11th year of living with bone mets.
Please don't read the internet,I know it's hard as I did . It's outdated and you will scare yourself silly. There are many treatments out there. SBC can't be cured ,unfortunately ,but it can be controlled for many years,so don't write yourself off. You will eventually learn to live with it . It's very hard at first to get your head around everything.
We all still have dark wobbly days and that is natural. This is where this site and the wonderful ladies will help.
We are all here to offer advice,support and the all important hugs. You can rant,scream ,talk on here as we all understand. And we even have a laugh.
Please never feel alone as we are all here for you,sending you massive cyber hugs,Helen xxxxxxxxxx
Lucy_BCC
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Hi jingo_x and welcome to the BCC forums, I am sorry to read that you are having such a difficult time at the moment

In addition to the support and shared experiences you will find here please feel free to call our helpliners, they can offer you further practical and emotional support. Lines are open during the week 9-5 and Sat 10-2 on 0808 800 6000

Here's a link to the secondary information pages and further support ideas which I hope you will find helpful:

https://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/secondaries

Take care
Lucy BCC

jingo_x
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Hello all - I am new here.  Firstly I wanted to say what a lovely thread, lots of positive-sounding ladies here so glad I found you!  

I was diagnosed with primary breast cancer mid-July, had a massive 15cm invasive lobular cancer that had been hiding on mammograms for years, also had a node clearance (2/31 involved), shortly followed by a diagnosis of a second cancer in my other breast found by accident on an MRI.  Last week I had a second round of surgery to remove the new cancer and take out an infected implant on my mastectomy side, but also found out that I have a bone met in my pelvis, seen on an MRI.  This news was delivered to me just before surgery and since then I have not been able to ask any questions.  Have now driven myself mad by sifting through the internet and working out how my little 5 year old boy is going to cope without his Mum.

I have spent all this week trying to explain to family and friends that this changes everything, but they think I am just being pessimistic and that I will 'beat' breast cancer.  I am struggling to come to terms with it myself, but it feels even worse when I am trying to explain to everyone that everything has changed with this bit of news.

I would be so grateful to know if any of you had mets at primary diagnosis and how you coped with feeling so hopeless before you had even started your treatment (my chemo starts in Oct).  I feel like any snippets of good news over the last three months have been wiped out and now I have no chance of seeing my little boy grow up.  I am 49 and I am worried I won't even see 50, I felt I had been quite brave until now, but now I am crying all the time, can't sleep or eat so a little boost of positivity would be a great help. 

 

 

spudlab
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I went to the Invictus Games yesterday with my 16 year old son. It was fantastic. We saw the afternoon session of wheelchair basketball. We had a great time. Currently watching James Blunt on TV at the closing ceremony wishing we were there
Bevlaar
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Hi tracy welcome back and glad you enjoyed your week away. I forgot you were going away. If you go on dwp website you can click on apply for blue badge and it asks you to enter your council. You can do most of the claim on their website then like Helen said you just go along to your council office with a passport photo and birth certificate. ..they will photocopy this and give you back. My badge then came through in about 10 days. You also get a form to tax your car free of charge.
I know what you mean about the children moving out. My daughter will be moving into her first house before xmas with her boyfriend. I'll really miss her even though the house is only 5 mins walk away!

Ah well...sitting through a tortuous night of sunday tv until Strictly starts next week!
Love and hugz to everyone....bev xx
2catlady
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Hi,Tracy welcome back. So glad you had a fab time. I know exactly what you mean about your son xxxxx mums and sons have a special bond . Yes,two weeks to Mickey for me.
I think you automatically get blue badge if you get higher mobility pips. Look on website to apply for badge it may tell you there. I got mine before pips came through even though lady in council office said I'd get one as I was applying for pips. Glad I got it as you know mine took a year to get sorted!
If you go to office take your pips form and a passport sized photo and it can get started more quickly.
Huge hugs,Helen xxxxxx
Desi-2
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Hello ladies I'm back from a lovely week in the Cotswolds. Our cottage was lovely set in grounds of Somerford House. Haven't posted as wi-fi not much good. My pip came through while I was away, found out via "large deposit" alert text from my bank, it was backdated from May! Although I was obviously pleased it kind brought me down a bit aswell I think it just brings the reality of our situations home with a bang. Met up with my son and his girlfriends family a couple of times which was nice we all got on well but their house completes in 2weeks so he will be down to collect all their things from mine and various friends where they have been stored. Not looking forward to the empty room! I will miss him so much but do so want him to get on with his life and not be brought down anymore than necessary by my situation. Also I guess I should look forward to visits up there it's not too far away really.
Hope everyone is coping and having a good weekend, not long til your holiday now Helen!
Bev I was wondering how to go about applying for a blue badge now? Not going to get a new car at the moment although mine is 9years old it's ok for me at the moment so until I perhaps need to change for an automatic il stick with it.

Love to all
Tracy xxx
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Hi,Julie ,lovely to hear from you.i hope you are well. Oh,I'm hoping I'll be healed just got awful split in skin today so have a dressing on( home made!) hope no infection sets in while on cap. It's got two weeks to heal before I'm off to Mickey land.
Well summer has left the NE it's dull and chilly and rain all day tomorrow.
Huge hugs,Helen xxxx
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Hello lovely ladies!

 

Yes I watched (and sang along too) the proms. This year my family had a Last night of the Proms party, I didn't go but they had fun!. Actually I have my own tradition, Last Night generally falls about my birthday so my partner cooks me chicken and homemade chips to have whilst I'm singing along!

 

Bev hope the meds will suit you and help with breathing, Helen hope you are healed enough to feel you can get in the pool on your holiday, Chocolates hope your leg is feeling much better and they get this heart thing sorted,looking forward to catching up on Tuesday chat and hearing more about your car. Sheila, it's about time you had a break in luck, hoping you are starting to feel a bit more like your old self.

 

Sun keeps popping in and out here, can't make it's mind up. I've got piles of stuff to go through and just can't be bothered but if I don't do something soon I'll be swamped by paper, perhaps I'll have a coffee and a think....

 

Hope you have as good a weekend as possible girls. Love to you all xxxx

 

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Morning everyone. 🙂
Sorry to hear you are feeling so tired at the moment Sheila. I hope things start to get a little better each day for you. Have fun in your new car Bev, sounds great.
GC has made some nice cushion covers, bless him, to make sure you are comfy Chocs and not whizzing around hoovering the curtains.
Lovely day here, my plan is a nice autumnal walk this afternoon. Must get a little more motivated and make the most of the last of the summer sun. Watched the Last Night Proms last night, anyone else? There was a Mary Poppins medley of songs to sing along to. And I did. 🙂
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Re: Bone mets - please join in

Morning all....Sheila, helen, chocolates, pam, belinda, and everyone else. Tracy, Hope youre ok and your treatment's going ok....havent heard from you much recently.
The oramorph seemed to ease it a bit but i didn't take the full dose ... was just testing the water really to see what it tasted like!
Yes one of the Mr Cs to clean my car sounds like a plan Helen! yes...one to drive me and the other to wash. Let me know when you can spare one H! hehe!
Enjoy Sunday ladies xxxxx