Excellent post Salonen13. I'm going to read it out to my husband to see what it's like on my end of the binoculars
Ruthu, one thing I've learned from reading these boards is that.....Nothing is trivial.
I know that family and friends don't know how to react but then again, I don't know how I'm supposed to 'act'. The BC sufferers on TV / film always seem to be the 'heroine' who copes well (too damn well IMO ! ) or the 'victim' who falls apart at the seams.
Looks like either way ain't right.. But, that's the point isn't it ? There IS no correct way. I'm learning that day by day...
I've had WLE and SNB. The results of the SNB I got yesterday. Clear. That had me jumping for joy as you can imagine
So now, looking from where I'm standing (and that seems to be next to you Ruthu) it's 'Ok, now can we get back to normal please ?'
Troube is, I've forgotten what normal was. I can't switch the 'cancer head' off. Ache, pain, twinge...hiccup...is it cancer ?
Normal seems to have gone AWOL.
I'm waffling. Apologies.
*Salonen13 -- I have an appointment for next Thursday for Freeman.