Hi Chocolates -
Have a mocha on me -
Re filling in Blue Badge form - I'm finding a bit difficult at the moment because I'm relatively well, taking puppy on slow two mile walks now on chemo break (but needing a twelve hour sleep after that!) - imagining how I am if fully chemo'd but someone told me to fill form out as if you were at your worst. It feels like lying at the moment. Any tips, you or other peoples?
I know just how you feel about the children. At the moment I'm not saying anything about latest scan and the sympathetic hugs etc from nurses (which told me more about the scan than anytihng else!) cos DS is doing his ASs and DD is working abroad and I don't want her worrying. But it is def the worst part. Apart from the occasional session of pure fear in the middle of the night.
OK time to order a capuccino... with brandy ... anyone?
Sorry I've not been able to pop into the new coffee shop but have been having issues with my tummy again, was really bad on Thursday with vomitting added into the bloating, pain and dodgy bowels so being very careful with food so no cream buns for me at the moment
Chocs hope your daughters rash clears sounds uncomfortable for her. Glad to hear your tests went ok and hope results come quickly and confirm all is well.
Funny Face, have had a look, your daughter will lokk stunning and the venue is lovely, you will be so proud and will have a wonderful day.
Marie, I'm sorry but I think I'm going to have to have a word with somebody to see if we can sort out this fetish you seem to have for dressing up, particularly the provocitive costumes!
Helen, that's a lovely gift you've made for your son.
Our lovely Chris has spent some time with both Grandaughters and whilst she gets very tired she is still managing to enjoy her family time.
Hope you've all managed to have a reasonable weekend and hope I can join in with the lovely cakes next week, I must say they look gorgeous! xx
Happy to share the some of the wedding plans with you! It sure would be a blast if we could get together and make wedding crafts. I be the lot of us could be quite creative.
Chocolates hope your daughters rash disappears.
Have a great day!
Chocolates so pleased with your news.
Not sure if I can get my high heels on with thick black socks. Love this cafe Belgium chocolates with our coffees. Cream teas this afternoon yum yum.
Take care everyone, good luck with scans and treatments.
Got to go Bears need a massage.!
love Nurse Windsor
Ok girls....Google Maggie soterro...gown is called emma....she is adding cap sleeves and dress is changed to button back all the way down the train....and a bling belt...fiance is captain in the army..so will be wearing dress blues......the church...St Cornelius the Centrion at Valley Forge Military Academy...reception The Joseph Ambler Inn in North Wales, PA ..have fun googling! Funnyface
Ooh a coffee shop what a fab idea, as long as there are big fat cakes to accompany my coffee I'm a happy lady!!
Hi Lynn, you still suffering with your shoulder/ arm?? Mine isn't much better either, I was hoping the cortisone injection I had would have sorted it but it hasn't, I went for my zoladex yesterday and was telling my GP and he said it can take a good week or so to take effect he also referred me for physio but god knows how long that will take! He also said these rotator cuff injuries can take up to a year to go.....oh what joy!!!
Chocolates, how are you??? Hope you're okay.
Hope you all have a lovely weekend
Hugs Janette xxxxxxx
About to go back on duty, thanks for the shawl Belinda. However must say this uniform is a bit short and tight even for me ! Will meet you later in the sbc cafe . That is the Seriously Beautiful Coffee Cafe .
Take care Nurse Windsor
Hi everyone just to say reading your post really make me laugh! Maintaining a sense of humour despite everything , thanks girls xxx
Oh my, I'm not sure if I should be sad or not about talking about my family and then everyone talking about their worries. I'm sorry if anyone is too upset. Funnyface
Good afternoon all you lovely ladies...have just been catching up with the threads about children and wanted to join the clan. Since my 3rd diagnosis i have pretty much fallen apart. Went for a second opinion on Tuesday which really hit home with my husband. My daughter is my only child and is 23 but there is never an age when they stop being your baby is there? I feel guilty that she has no siblings to share the burden with and gulity because i am not going to be around when she needs me most..wedding, children etc. It breaks my heart so much sometimes i can barely function. I keep trying to tell myself to take each day as it comes, as i tell others, biut i am finding it increasingly hard especially at the moment nothong seems to be keeping this **** in check. sorry to put a downer on things butfind it helps to rant to others who really understand. Hopeyou all have agood weekend.x
I am more worried about leaving my sons (28 and 23) than my husband! And I want to see how their careers develop, whether they marry or not (both have girlfriends who live on other continents), whether they have children .. etc. etc. My parents lived until their late 80s/early 90s so I had always expected that to be the likelihood for me. If there was a heaven, they'd be annoyed that I was meeting them again so soon!
Hi ladies, it is so good to have this forum for us ladies to spill out our worries, emotions and fear.
I have never spoke to my husband or children about the D word, its not that we are walking on egg shells around it or or buying or heads in the sand but I chose to deal with this disease on a day to day basis.
Come on lovely ladies the sun is shining we are here, life is for living and I am going to do my damn best to enjoy it and not let this ugly, cruel disease rule my life!
Hope I have not offended anyone with my post, just want us all to be happy 🙂
Hugs Janette xxxxxxx
ditto Janette, my babies are 26 and 23 too . I am just unable to think about it. I hold on to the fact that they are the best thing that happened to me . Marie xxx