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Hi Everyone

Carolyn, thanks for your call yesterday to let me know about orgainsing a meet up, it was really good to hear from you.

I would be available this Wednesday and really look forward to seeing you all again.
Weebuns, welcome to the forum and hopefully will catch up with you on Wednesday too.

Hello to Julie, Jill, Isy and Mrs Mac... hope you are all doing well.

Will keep an eye out for definite date and time
Carol x

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Wednesday evening is good for me. Can't do the afternoon as I don't have anyone to pick up my daughter from school and mind her til hubby gets home.
Look forward to seeing everybody,
Isy

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Hi Girls,

Wednesday the 6th sounds fine to me, and either the main restaurant of the Merchant or the 'Cloth Ear', sound lovely. Or if the afternoon in the Culloden is suitable for everyone , I'll go with the flow.

Julie xx

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Hi Everyone

I've done a wee 'chart' (well scribbled on a piece of paper) of all our available dates and the only date which seems to suit everyone would be Wednesday 6 October. Friday 8th is the next contender although unfortunately Weebuns can't do Friday. As there isn't a posting from Carol I will give her a call to see if she is available. What does everyone think about Wednesday? Would it suit? There is also the option of the Culloden any afternoon if we were all available.

Julie mentioned the Merchant, which is a lovely place to dine - I've had a look at their website and they do a lunch menu 2 courses £16.50/3 courses £19.50 or an early evening/set menu (Mon - Thurs) for the same price. There's always the 'Cloth Ear' (Merchant's public bar) 2 main courses & 1 bottle of house wine for £22.50 Monday to Thursday 5-9pm. The Merchant would be handy for travelling to. Or there are the many other restaurants in Belfast.

Anyways have a think and we will try and get this arranged in the next couple of days.

Carolyn xxx

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Hi again, thnx for your warm welcome. Looking forward to meeting you all but I can't do Fri 8th unfortunately, tho pls go ahead with it as it seems to suit a lot of you and I will try to catch up next time. I live in Belfast and am off work so am generally free during the day, apart from radiotherapy at around lunchtimes evry day. So far it hasn't caused me any problems. I live in Belfast, and think a lot of the tiredness other people might get is from travelling every day, whereas I am a mile from City Hospital.

The Merchant is lovely and very decadent (try their Bramble cocktail) but really is expensive. Would love to do the Culloden afternoon tea sometime, at least some of your money goes to charity!

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Hello girls old and new,

Just a quick note, Im glad Carolyn that you are nearing end of the chemo. Hope everyone else is feeling good.
i cant believe where the time goes, pink October again! Im free evenings (except 9 ,15,16 oct), im free every fri,and wed 6 and 15 all days... Carolyn you are a great organiser as Issy says your boss must miss you!
I will go along to whatever the rest of you want and suits. Fr1 8th is ok for me too, Julie.
btw i got an email for The Ladies Who Lunch at Ink on the 9th Oct, We had a great day there the last time, although i have a date with Freddy mercury Aka Flash Harry that night!!
I am a lot more settled job wise ect now . Sorry to have misssed the last couple of meetings and looking forward to meet Issy and Weebuns.
I have mammo on the 12th!

Cheers to meeting up during October,

Jill

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Hi girls,

A warm welcome too Weebuns, I'm looking forward too meeting you and hearing your journey so far, if you can make the next meet-up, or anyone else who would like too join or wee group, I can make the same dates as Isy, Fri the 8th would b nice, but any of the nights or afternoons suits me as I will take a half days leave, if we decide too make it lunch.

Carolyn, Im still at physio once a week and I can say my arm is moving a little bit better at the moment, but Ive a long way too go yet ,as the muscles are very tight and tender to touch.

I hope we can organise a date soon as I'm looking forward to a good catch-up with everyone.

Julie xx

Ps I heard the merchant hotel is nice but can be a wee bit expensive

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Carolyn - You are such a good organiser - your boss must miss you!
I like the sound of the Pink Tea but am up for anything else and am available 5,6,8,and 12 October. My next chemo is 13 October.

Isy x

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Hi Everyone

The thread has been very quiet of late so its great to see some posts.

A wee update on 'moi'. Had my 7th chemo Tuesday week ago and as I seem to be prone to do, picked up a cold just to make myself feel even worse, although fingers crossed its getting better. I have one more chemo on 12 Oct so can't wait to get that over with especially the 'find a vein game' - last time it took four attempts and I was left black and blue. Following that I will then start on Zoladex - hormone therapy and hopefully I will also get a scan in the next couple of months to check on the lung tumours. I've become very brave lately and now go out without any headwear - my hair started growning back when my chemo dose was reduced and even though I'm still on chemo its been growing ever since.

Well enough about me how is everyone else?

How are you keeping Julie? Are you still having physio for your arm? I can't believe its the end of September, it feels like the girls have been back at school for ever and the summer never happened.

Isy, I hope your chemo isn't being too bad to you. I've never done the make-up demo but I have done 'Look Good, Feel Better' and its great - you come away with some really good products, get yourself booked onto that one.

A big welcome to Wee Buns. Glad you have found us. How are you finding the radiotherapy? I didn't get as tired as I expected whilst I was going through radiotherapy but it seemed to catch up with me afterwards. I hated wearing my wig too, only wore it a couple of times and then started to hate wearing anything else so decided to go au natural and have found just as many people give me the sympathetic look as they did when I wore a scarf/buff etc. Where abouts are you from Wee Buns?

Carol, Jill and MrsMc hope you are all keeping well and hopefully will hear from you soon.

Now the really important bit - when and where are we going to have our next meet-up? I'm available lunchtimes or evenings up until my next chemo (12 Oct). The Pink Afternoon Tea at the Culloden is on every afternoon I think. So if we can all put in our suggestions, availability etc hopefully we can get this organised quite soon.

Carolyn xxx

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Wee Buns, you are very welcome.
I am same age as you and same diagnosis, on 2nd cycle of FEC, so would be great to meet up and swop notes. I agree with you - treatment here seems to have really progressed: I'm being treated at Antrim and the centre there is good.
Isy

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Hi ladies,

Mind if I join you? Wish I had discovered you ages ago. Found my lump the night you were in the Pheasant! I had WLE in April shortly before my 46th birthday, grade 3 with sentinel nodes clear, ER and HER2 positive. I had FEC (well named!!) finishing on Aug 24, and am now into 2nd week of 6 week course of radiotherapy. Any of you on radiotherapy at the minute? I'm usually there at lunchtimes. I started tamoxifen 2 weeks ago. I hate wearing a wig but cannot bear sympathetic looks from strangers (of the type I used to deliver myself BBC) so always wear it out of the house. I now have a fine fuzz all over my head and a suggestion of eye hair!

I think cancer treatment in N Ireland has progressed hugely in the last few years and am so grateful for that, I think I have had great care so far. I was at the McMillan demo about 3 weeks ago, it is good isn't it? We didn't get Gok unfortunately, had heard about him and was looking forward to meeting him, but our lady was good too even though she doesn't seem to be into drawing in eyebrows!

C.

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Got down to Belfast yesterday for a make up demo at Macmillan. Would have loved to catch up with some of you but didn't know until last minute whether I would be well enough to go - rough weekend.

Make up demo was great - thoroughly recommend it. Demonstrator was a blond Gok Wan - very professional, encouraging and called us all girls! When he asked for a model, my hand was up before he got the words out of his mouth -was determined to make the most of my 100 mile round trip!

Isy x

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Hi Julie
My second FEC was delayed, but got it finally on Wednesday. So defo up for something from next week. Let me know if you've anything in mind - thanks.

Isy x

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Hi Girls,

How's everyone doing at the moment, Isy and Carolyn how's treatment going, Carolyn have you finished your chemo are you having radiotherapy as well?. Mrs Mc have you finished all your treatments too?. If everyone is up too it can we organise a date for our next meet-up soon , can you believe we are near the end of September already. Food and a few wee drinks sounds great or as Carolyn suggested Pink afternoon tea with the Ulster Cancer Foundation. I hope we can get together soon. Hi too Gill and Carol , hope your both well.

Julie xx

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Sorry, just realised I've to get bloods done Tues morning so won't make it to Belfast after all. FEC 2 on Wed. But hope 2 get to the big smoke once the sicky bit has passed. How is everybody?
Isy x

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Hi everybody

I'm up in Belfast on Tuesday 14 Sept for a make up demonstration at the Macmillan centre form 11 to 12. Anybody like to go or meet me for coffee or lunch?

Isy x

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Hi Girls

Well I'm off to sunnier clims (fingers crossed but not too hopeful) tomorrow so thought I would drop by and post a wee note before I go. Had a great night at Robinson's and it was lovely to meet Isabel. Not long now till the summer is officialy over with the kids going back to school in less than two weeks and our thoughts turn to our next wee meet-up. Wouldn't it be great if we could all get together.:)

My next chemo is 31 August (no 6) and Isy starts her chemo on 25 August and Mrsmc is going through radiotherapy so hopefully between the three of us we can find a date when we are all feeling reasonably well enough for a nice meal and a couple of drinks. Anyways thinking caps on for date, venue etc etc. If you have a look at the Ulster Cancer Foundation site there are a list of Breast Cancer events including the Pink Afternoon Teas I have mentioned before. Maybe there is something there that we could all attend.

Isy, I hope your first chemo goes ok, I'm sure your dreading it but hopefully it won't be as bad as you imagine. I'll be thinking of you.

Mrsmc, hope you radiotherpy isn't tiring you out too much and maybe we shall see you at the next meet-up.

Julie, Carol, Jill, hope you are all keeping well and see you next time.

Carolyn x

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Hi girls,

I had a lovely night at Robinsons its great to catch-up with you all, sorry Jill and MRS mac that you couldn't make it ,hopefully next time.

Isy I'm glad you enjoyed it and are looking forward to the next one and that are stories didn't depress you at all, hearing from others who have been through the same thing that you are going through at the moment, and also being able too ask questions helps a lot.

Until the next time hopefully soon.

Julie x

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Carol, Carolyn and Julie -
Great to meet you all last night. Could have been a depressing evening talking about our cancer stories, but it was fun and life-affirming. Looking forward to the next time and meeting everyone else.
Isy

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Hi Everyone

I have booked Robinsons for 7pm for 4 of us for Fri evening 6th Aug and am really looking forward to it.
The restaurant is one the first floor and its booked under my name so if you get there first, go ahead on up.
Lilac - so glad you are able to come along - see you there.
Jill sorry you cant' come but maybe next time? Meantime take care.
Mrs Mac should you be able to come along just let me know and I can book another place.

See you tomorrow night

Carol x

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Hi Lilac

That's great, looking forward to meeting you. Time to be confirmed shortly.

Carolyn

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Hi Missy
Thanks for the invite-have got babysitter and will be there. Looking forward to meeting you all.
Jill-thanks-will get in touch about meeting for coffee, probably once my daughter goes back to school.
C U all soon
Lilac

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HI Girls,

Have a great night, im really sorry to miss you all.

Lilac, i had FEC chemo and was warned hair would fall out around day 13, which unluckily it did!I drove down to my wig fitting with window open, pulling handfulls out the window! This was end of November, but the lovely lady at Tresses put a towel over the mirror and shaved my head and i wore my wig home. I too had a blond bob, funny thing was it was my work christmas dinner a couple of days later my first outing!! My ex hubby actually admired my hair style when he picked kids up (he didnt have arealise it was a wig!)My colleagues were very good to me as i was very nervous about the wig moving.
But that night gave me confidence and i never left the house without the wig, in the house i wore bandanas and hats but my kid were 11,8, 6 and didnt like my bald head.
Everyones experiences are different. I think, if i had to go through it again i wouldnt be so shy and wear bandanas out!

Lilac i work very near the City and could possibly meet up for coffee at lunchtime some day.

Enjoy your night out,

Cheers Jill

Ps see you all next time

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Hi all,

Friday night at Robinsons sounds great ,lovely food and great craic, Lilac and Mrs Mac I hope you can make it.

Lilac when I started my chemo I had shoulder length blond hair , it started too fall out around day 14 after the 1st one( May 09), I didn't cut my hair at all as I had and thank goodness still have very thick hair in fact when its first washed and dries my family have nick named me subo ( susan boyle) lol, needleless to say I straightnen it. It was around treatment 4 when I got my niece to shave the rest off, I then wore my wig when ever I went out any where, after my last chemo had finished (sept 09) it started too grow very quickly and when I returned too work (Jan 10) I didn't wear my wig I just wet gelled it or used wax, I hope this is helpful,

Jill sorry you can't make it , but I hope to see you all on friday night.

Julie xx

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Jill, I'm sorry you won't be able to make the meet-up, we're going to miss your company but have a good weekend at the caravan and I'll keep my fingers crossed for good weather.

Mrs mc and Lilac - the day of the meet-up has been changed to Friday and will be in Robinsons Belfast, usually we meet around 7pm but time still to be confirmed. If you are going to be able to make it please let us know so we can book a table - we'd love to meet you both.

Lilac - it's like learning a whole new language isn't it? When I went through all this c**p the first time I had long hair and just before my first chemo I cut it to just above shoulder length and once I got fed up with my hair falling out and the slight soreness that can accompany it I took my husband's shaver to it and gave myself a no 1. I was really dreading losing my hair but when it came to the bit it didn't bother me as much as I expected. Actually it bothered me more this time because it seemed to have taken ages to grow back and then it all fell out again. Do you know what chemo regime you are having? eg 3 x FEC 3 x Taxotere(Docetaxol). Hopefully we'll see you Friday and we can pass on tips for chemo.

Carolyn xxx

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Hello again
Thank you all for your warm welcome!
A bit about me - diagnosed May, had WLE and further surgery to improve margins, saw onc for 1st time yesterday and chemo to start 25 Aug. To think that a couple of months ago I'd never heard of all these terms!
I'm not in the Belfast area, but will do my best to make it if you organise something. Otherwise maybe coffee with anybody free during the day?
If I don't manage to meet with you before I start chemo, can you give me some advice about how to prepare? Thinking of getting hair cut short before it starts. What are your thoughts?
Thanks
Lilac

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HI ALL,

welcome LILAC, as the others have said sorry to meet under these circunstances, but we have great craic when we meet up.

Carol, best of luck with first mammo results.

Carolyn, you sound to be bearing up well, enjoy the "look good feel better" day, i had a lovely couple of hours there and the make up is worth a couple of hundred!

Mrs Mac, looking forward to meeting you at some stage.

Julie hope you had a great holiday,

Im sorry girls but unfortunately i cant make it this week, have to pick mum and son up at airport on thurs night and going to caravan for weekend.

Have a great night and i will catch up the next time.

Love Jill

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Hi girls,

Sorry I haven't been on lately I was away for 2 weeks on holiday and then back too work , time really does fly , Lilac welcome too our wee group but as Carol says sorry you had to.

I could make fri nite this week, if it suits everyone as I'm busy on wed, thur, and sat night, but if not go ahead and I'll catch-up on the thread ,

Carol fingers and legs are both crossed for you ,for your results this week x

Hi to everyone else and I Hope we can all get updated when we all meetup next.

Jules x

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Hi All
Just to reconfirm that I am free and keen for a meet up on Thursday evening 5th Aug.
Will keep a check on the site to see if it suits everyone else.

Everyone welcome to come!

Carol x

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MEET-UP - SHORT NOTICE.COM

How is everyone fixed for a meet-up on Thursday evening (5th Aug) – City Centre, possibly Robinsons (handy for the bus or train) or any other suggestions welcome.

Seems like we’re keeping BCH busy this week:

Mrs mc with her radiotherapy – hope it’s all going well and you’re not suffering too much with tiredness or skin problems. Would be great to eventually meet you if you’re available Thursday.

Carol and her appointment with her consultant – hope all goes well and the mammo results are clear.

Me with my CT scan tomorrow and ‘Look Good, Feel Better’ at Macmillan afterwards.

Julie and Jill – hoping to hear from you both soon and hope all is well.

A big welcome to Lilac – as Carol says you are very welcome to come along to our meet-ups and it would be great if you could make it on Thursday.

Hopefully hear from you all soon.

Carolyn xxx

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Hi again

Lilac, you are very welcome to join our group - at the same time so sorry that you have had to. Of course you can come along to the next meet up, just keep watching the thread for updates.
Have you been diagnosed recently? What hospital are you attending? Let us know your story.
Mrs Mc, hope you're getting through your rads with not too much bother.I myself have an appointment this week with my consultant to check out my surgery and also for him to give me the results of my 1st year mammogram - I was at BCH last Monday, so very anxious time for me this week, but fingers crossed it will be good news.

Carolyn, how are you getting on with your chemo? Hopefully all is going to plan for you and the sickness keeps at bay.
Jill and Julie how are you both? Working away and keeping well I hope.
I know it's pushing it a bit, but I'm still on for this week if it would suit everyone? Perhaps some evening? What do you think?
Carol x

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Hi everybody

So glad to have spotted a Norn Iron thread-feeling isolated and low right now. Could do with some company-from your photos and posts you're a bunch of lovely ladies! Would you mind if i joined your next meet-up?

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Hi everyone. I was in dublin for weekend so saw this post just now. Im in my second week of radiotherapy and am at the city hospital every morning so i would be about any lunch time or could 'shop' about to evening no bother!!

Just let me know and ill see what i can do

soglad your getting through chemo carolyn. just keep the old chin up and think of that lovely holiday you'll deserve after this

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Hi everyone

Hope you are all well. Just checking in to say 'hi' and as carolyn mentioned about meeting up i thought we might try to do that. Miss all your craic and would love to organise something if it would suit all maybe next week as carolyn as suggested or whenever!

let me know what you think

Love Carol x

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Hi Girls, long time no see - we have been very quiet haven't we!

That's no 4 ticked off the list although whether I'm half way through or not is debatable as my onc mentioned another couple of small doses at the end. The last one knocked me for six so this time they dropped my dose a little, so far it seems to be better and I will hopefully get a decent break from the side effects before the next one on 10 August. I also have a CT scan on the 3rd so I should know on the 10th if the chemo is working.

As you can tell from the above I should be feeling like my old self the first week of August so if your available a meet-up around then would be great.

Hope you are all keeping well and will see you all soon.

Carolyn xx

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Hi Girls

Just wanted to touch base with everyone to say 'hello' and hope you're all doing ok.
Our thread has been quiet lately.
Carolyn and Mrs Mac - hope the treatment is going to plan and that it hasn't been too harsh for you. I know you go for number 4 next week Carolyn - over half way 🙂
Mrs Mac - you probably have finished your cemo?

Hopefully looking forward to catching up as soon as everyone feels up to it.

Gill and Julie - hope you're both well.

Keep in touch
Carol x

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Hi Girls ,

I hope everyone is feeling ok , Carolyn I no you've just finished no 3, I hope things have settled down a wee bit for you I no its tough but you half way there,keep the chin up.

I got the results of my two scans, mri scan of my back showed up wear and tear of discs in my lower back and neck ,my bone scan showed up arthritis in my ankles ,knees ,lower back,wrists and neck,I'm an old croc lol,refering me to a specialist re:arthritis (excuse the spelling ),but thank goodness no signs of anything sinister, you all no what I mean, more physio ouchhhhhhhh.

We'll have to set a date soon for our next catch-up soon. looking forward too it
Julie xx

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Hi girls,
time does fly! Carolyn im glad the chemo isnt too hard, but you are right early days, stay with it, rest as much as you can.
I really enjoyed the Chelsea too, i can still taste the crayfish!
Hope you are all well, and look forward to the next meet,
Love ,
Jill

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Hi Everyone

Carolyn, so glad to hear that things are not just as bad as first expected...hope it stays that way for you.

I'm not on the site so much now as am trying to build up some more hours at work to try and establish some normality.I'm finding things are going well so am pleased about that.
Julie, I was thinking about you yesterday, the weather kept up anyway for your race....how's the legs today? Feeling a bit stiff i'm sure. Well good on you for making the effort.
Hi Gill ..hope your also keeping well, working away as usual.

Mrs Mc you must be near the end of your treatment soon and hope you're also keeping as well as expected.

As soon as Carolyn and Mrs Mc are up to it we will have to organise another night/afternoon...I really enjoyed the Chelsea.
Meantime take care everone and will keep in touch
carol x

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Hi Carolyn,

Glad to here your not feeling too bad at the moment ,hope it stays that way , I was having probs logging in, don't no why. I was just getting my clothes ready for tommorows RACE FOR LIFE , I hope it doesn't rain 😞 and that my wee legs survive heart attack hill up at stormont estate lol,So I thought I'd try and log on ,I'm glad I did, I got my first appointment with the phyiso on the 7th of June for my bad arm , not really lookin forward too it as its so painful at the moment but I hope it helps me long term. glad too here from you ,
I hope everyone else is well and looking forward too the next meet-up.

Julie xx

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Hey girls where are you all???

Seems like we have all gone into hibernation!

Wee update on my situ - had first Taxotere on 18th May as you know and to be quite honest its not been too bad, I was expecting worse. Although worse may be down the line as I get each cycle but anyway at the moment I'm ok. I'm more tired than usual (takes ages to get up and about and then mid afternoon I get really tired) and my head feels woolly, some foods taste slightly different (not as strong) but not like I remember from before. My hair is still hanging in there although that's early days too - Wendy Mk 2 is ready and waiting :-). I was still having problems with one of my wounds and was put on anti-biotics and fingers crossed that seems to have helped and the wound is now healing - it was weaping constantly (I felt like a tree with sap running out of it). That's about it.

Hope you are all keeping well. We will have to put our thinking caps on re the next meet-up.

Thanks for your texts and I do apologise if I haven't replied.

Carolyn x

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Great Carol

See you there 🙂

Carolyn x

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Hi girls

OK....Chelsea is booked for 7 pm tomorrow night - unsure yet if our table is upstairs or down so shall we meet up in the bar downstairs?

The menu looks delicious - go to chelseawinebar.com if you fancy a preview.

This invitation is open to anyone else who would like to come along...i would need numbers by tomorrow afternoon so I will keep check on the site.
Mrs mc hope your feeling better - if you feel like joining us just say- we can add another one on no problem at all.
looking forward to catching up with you all

Carol
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Hi Girls,
Sorry you arnt feeling too good Mrs Mc,

The Chelsea sounds great to me too, an old haunt of mine!

Looking forward to catching up with you all,

Jill

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Hi girls,

The Chelsea sounds good to me too , if that's a agreeable with everyone else, looking forward too nice food and a good catch up, oh and I forget to mention the wine lol.

Mrs Mc , maybe next time you'll be feeling more up to it , hope your feeling better soon.

Julie x

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Hi Carol

Good suggestions. I quite fancy The Chelsea, never been but anywhere suits to be quite honest, I'll go with the flow.

Mcs mc - hope you recover quickly, thinking about you.

Carolyn x

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Hi Everyone

Mrs Mc sorry to hear things are not just so good for you at the moment... I hope things improve quickly for you.

If I could make a few suggestions of venues based on Mrs Mc being unsure of being able to come, then I can avail of 50% off food in our Bars.. The Crescent Town House in Belfast, Chelsea Wine Bar on the Lisburn Road,Robinson,s Gt Victoria Street, Four Winds or Cutters Wharf off Stranmillis.

If any of these sounds appealing let me know.
The Chelsea does good food and would be about 1/2 way.

Carol x

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Hi everyone

just wanted to let you know i have a dodgy tummy at the minute. it can come and go at no warning as it did after my last treatment so i would much rather you all met somewhere more convenient for yourselves and i would come along if i feel up to it. that way it will work out ok for everyone and wont be a wasted journey. hope everyone is feeling good

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Hi Girls,

Thursday suits me too. I will keep checking on site for venue.

See you soon,

Jill

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Hi girls,

The 13th still suits me , maybe Mrs Mc has a few ideas were we could meet if we are heading up that direction , only other thing we can do is google it and see what comes up, I too will keep an eye on the thread looking forward too seeing you all and catching up.

Julie x