Woohoo!! well, that's made logging on to the site for the first time in ages well worth while!
Have several large red and a lie-in tomorrow!! (Hopefully)
lots of love and grateful thanks for your support through the woodier parts of the last year!
Have several large glasses of red and I'll have some too. Its been a funny old year for all of us. Big hugs xx
Happy ????? NEDday??
Great news SCACO, nothing like a clear result as a cause for celebration. Like the others say, you were a great source for a smile in the hellish days. I'm a year on at the end of November but won't get my annual exam until January - seemingly cos there was such a delay in my treatment.
You are missed around here, but I guess its really a good thing to get to the point where you don't need it quite so much, or maybe just too busy getting on with real life.
Enjoy your well-deserved glass of whatever!
fantastic news xxxx
Great news SCACO.
SCACO - I missed your posts when you disappeared for a bit, you were one of the first ones I latched onto when I was diagnosed and I found your posts reassuring/informative/funny etc.
I'm so glad you're at the NED phase, same as me. Scary as hell year for you. See your hair is coming back too and long may it flourish (I'm sure you're pleased to have it back, but just want it to grow back longer already! ha ha)
You take care xxx
PS. Ninja - "have a large one" - and a glass of wine eh? LOL wink wink, say n'more
Have a large one!
Go celebrate!! You well and truly deserve it, have one for all of us.
Huzzah! Congratulations. Enjoy your celebrations.
Congratulations SCACO! Brilliant news and well done for getting through the past year. Onwards and upwards now 🙂
Hello to all
Today, people, I've had my results for my first routine mammo, which is 'all clear'.
Exactly a year ago today I sat in the Breast Unit and waited to be seen. Within the space of 3 hours I had a mammo, a US and a biopsy. Within those 3 little hours I changed from being Wife/Mum/Daughter/Friend/Colleague to simply 'Cancer Patient' - And so the wheels were set in motion.
12 months later I'm coming up for air: I've had chemicals poured into me, bits lopped off me, bits taken out of me, bits put into me, photographs of my insides taken, photos of my outside taken, hair fallen out, new hair coming back, zapped, tapped and generally whacked! But today it's all behind me. A whole year - A WHOLE YEAR! - before the next routine test.
So this is for those newly diagnosed - have hope. It's a truly terrible place to be but it WILL pass.
Right - I'm off to the pub! (And I don't mean the JM for all the Woodies out there!)