A Year Down the Line (well 7 years now)
A new chapter
I have only just started catching up with blogs again after what seems like has been a busy year and little time to blog. I am so sorry to hear the news, that is quite scary so soon after a mammogram. Having said that, a friend of ours also had the same problem only weeks after a mammogram. So yes you are right check often. Keeping fingers crossed that all will be well for you, take care Diane
Hi,In common with Diane, I am only just catching up with things and was very sorry to read about the diagnosis. It must be a difficult time for you all. Stay positive. Very best wishes, Gaynor
And somehow we are always surprised that people care...
I'm sorry you have to go through everything you never thought you would need to. You haven't finished meeting incredible people or continuing to live an incredible life. We're all uncertain about what the future may bring to us as individuals but it doesn't prevent us from getting on with it with gusto. Best wishes.
I often read your blog as I loved France my one year living with my Uncle in Maisons-Laffitte just outside of Paris. I just want to say. I am five years past my cancer treatments. I had stage 2 tonsil cancer. The best thing about cancer, I lost weight which I needed to do, I eat more healthy, and I do things now, rather than waiting. So, Iive more fully. Radiation was hell. But I survived. ♥