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The Christmas Update

Another month has gone by so time for another update lol I haven’t been finding anything worth putting on here as much now, most of the updates are the same. It’s all good news, but the same good news so just repeating myself a lot. On top of that more people are reading this than I first intended ( 1 ) so probably more self conscious about what I write / say on here. Fundraising The Ribbon Run event is shaping up really well, now boosted to 200 spaces to sell and have the support of Macmillan who are going…

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Cycle 1 Day 8 – Smooth Sailing

It’s come round fast for my second bout of chemo, the first batch went smoothly enough and I haven’t really had to much in the way of bad side effects. The worst one probably feeling nauseous which was quickly sorted with a tablet. Other than that i’ve had a tennis ball size swollen lump appear at the top of my leg, thankfully pain free, slightly squishy to press lol and it disappeared after a few days. I’ve had pins n needles which made for a funny moment when I was desperate for the loo and couldn’t get the top button…

Update on treatment – video

This first video is a update on my treatment plan, then if you scroll down there is another video explaining immunotherapy I came across last night which I thought was really clear and helpful so worth sharing 🙂 Immunotherapy explained Crowd funding link is below though again I’d encourage you to donate to the Macmillan fund raiser instead. https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/familymemories?utm_id=1&utm_term=J7dRGpM8m

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Breaking the news to Freya

Right from the word go, we had a huge problem. I have the most amazing, beautiful, sweetest little 7 year old in the world. Someone who is going to be completely crushed by this news. How the hell are you supposed to get through that? Making matters worse, back in February / March when I was ill but undiagnosed, we were quite happily sat watching Bake Off, the stand up to cancer specials when she turned round to me and asked me if I had cancer and was going to die. Of course, I reassured her that wasn’t the case…