Morning ladies, I'm back from Paris. We had a great time. We walked and walked, something I couldn't have done 6 weeks ago. We didn't make it to Versailles, but I'm sure we will be back in France soon and it is on our to do list. Felt really proud of my boys, every time we went into a restaurant they impressed the waiters with their menu choices. They were willing to try anything, which makes it so much easier when choosing somewhere to eat. Kirstie, I feel for you re your relationship issues. It must be really hard when you need your husband to be your rock and he isn't quite getting it. However, I think lots of partners find this situation very hard to cope with. Ironically, my husband fell apart a bit when I had just finished my chemo. I think he had been holding it together whilst I was at my worst and once he could see me recovering, he relaxed and then felt very low. I know someone else who's husband has left her in the middle of chemo. He just couldn't cope. Needless to say her children were really upset. Your husband sounds like the typical british male that is trying to hide his emotions, but it's coming over as being uncaring. Wildpurl , hope you have a fun last few days off. You must be on a high after your good news. Joan, hope your husband is feeling better and you didn't have to take on the Florence nightingale role last night. You deserve a restful day today. Rosie, thinking of you on the bus today. Hope all goes to plan and there are no hold ups. Lovewine, Cassie and anyone else I may have forgotten , hope you all have good days. I'm going to the hospital today for a pre op assessment. I'm going to have the port of my expandable implant removed in a couple of weeks. I'm so glad I dont work, or I would be really stressed about the amount of time off one needs keep going to endless hospital appointments.
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