Good Morning Marchies,
Sitting here watching day-time TV as I am feeling rotten with a stinking cold (and thinking it might be b/c related!). I know it's mad but there you go.
Unfortunately, I have to make my way to ST James' in Leeds for my mapping appointment (I think). This RADS seem a long time in coming! I do hope I can start next week. Dani
, I think you might be starting at a similar time? We do seem to do things more or less together.
l- I do know what you mean drinking tea and simultaeneous hot flushes. My surgeon told me to stop or cut down. Imagine stopping tea.
: Do you ever play 'up North' - it would be great to see you.
: Pleased to hear you are stretched out on that sun lounger (you are I hope!)
: Did you have that glass of wine after your first week back at work?
I hate flying too! My eldest son also! He refuses to get on a plane ever again following a hairy flight to New York some years ago.
my partner tried to explain golf to me and I
Ooh a holiday! how exiting. Where are you going? I have contacted the restaurant and they have invited me to look at thier menu, which they will tweak for me. I think the £22 meal deal is the one. Could you remind me of the Nov dates we are meeting please?? (whoops a bit disorganised!)
- How nice to hear from you, what a shame you cannot make the meet. Never mind we may hve another.... Do you know if the cancer jab is recommended for all cancer patients? I too have to have another smear, and have a doc peer at my cervix (abrasion) I think. But she won't treat at the moment. My loyalty card has hundreds of stamps on it!!
: I was saddend to hear of your friends death, a sudden death is very shocking. My brother died very suddenly at 19. I was 21. I have always understood the fragility of life ever since. I think that's why I stuggle to be positive. Some knocks are just too hard to recover from.....I do hope you are feeling a little brighter. I think also we are all hyper-sensitve to illness/pain/...and death at the moment..
: Glad you managed to get away for a while. How lovely. Yes, there is usually some one who has a 'cancer tale' isn't there? I try to make a quick exit when I feel one coming on!
When I was in Leeds the other day, there was a McMillan mobile van thingy. I stopped to grab a leaflet and got talking to a lovely advisor. She says she is going to see if a counsellor type woman will see me at St James tomorrow if there is a slot as she thinks I could do with it. She is going to email me later. She was just so fab. Even asked if my partner would be interested too....as he is 'my carer' She said. Apparently, the only criteria is that you 'care about someone who has cancer'. I don't think he will do it though.
Well, that's all my news. I do hope all are ok? For some reason Carmy is popping up in my head. Hope you are ok Carmy?