The pursuit of happiness….

I’m in the month of turning forty. I have always been a greedy girl and have stretched my birthday celebrations out for as a long as possible, usually a week, but as this year is a milestone and one that I was doubtful I’d achieve, I have made it extra long. So celebrations started last […]

Herpes to spark an immune response…..

Another week has passed and there’s not much to report. In the news, canSer is still cropping up with research about herpes being able to spark an immune response and they are now using it for certain trials and canSer types. This is very similar to what I have in Germany with the Newcastle disease […]

Am I being a spoilt brat?

Mum has gone home this morning… We got so much done whilst she was here; sewing curtains and knitting blankets and gardening and more. Poor mum doesn’t get any rest whilst she is here! I hope she didn’t want one! It’s nice for her to be home I am sure but I always feel sad […]

Booked… for Wednesday!

I had a call on Friday afternoon from Nichola at the Gamma Knife centre. She explained in huge detail what had happened at the MDT last Monday. She described how they saw my images and all of the doctors present were ‘astonished’ at my results. Only two months earlier there were four lesions present but […]

One small one still in there…..

Monday morning I had a call from Liz the CNS at St Barts. She said that they had checked out my images and that they can confirm there is a small tumour that requires blasting. She then paused…. I told her I wasn’t surprised because I saw Doc Plowman on Friday and he suspected something […]

Learn the art of patience…..

‘Learn the art of patience. Apply discipline to your thoughts when they become anxious over the outcome of a goal. Impatience breeds anxiety, fear, discouragement and failure. Patience creates confidence, decisiveness, and a rational outlook, which eventually leads to success.’ I have been trying so very hard to be patient. But last week I thought […]