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And white lavender
Can't see the picture, but I probably wouldn't be able to identify it anyway as I don't do plants! I read the name as Saliva and thought 'why is that popular with bees?' Shows how much I know!!!
Glad to know that you don't have any SE apart from bruising with the jabs, but what a pain that you have to go to the GP for them! Do you have to have them permanently?
Hi Weeblemum. Cathy, I get the results to my CT scan on July 19th, so will find out then about the blood thinner injections.
Love Judith xx
This is the bee popular plant I don’t know the name of.
Hi LondonLass Please send me an e hug feeling rubbish today
Hi jmp I'm on my phone but am sending you a ((((((((BIG HUG)))))))))
Aww Sal LondonLass thank you so much
One of those days when everything seems overwhelming!
Those nails are very pretty. I like the two tones. I'll try that tonight I think.
jmp I know the feeling! Just had GP appointment :( looks like this is as good as it gets re the fatigue! Nothing they can do! It's all part of the thyroid, cancer and drugs that I'm on oh and continuing to work so long has probably exhausted my body!
So basically I'm a wreck and it's my own fault! Crap crap crappity crap!! Xxx
Lovely nails as always Bustysusy xx
Hi Sal & JMP,
I agree a totally crappy day .awful pans in stomach all night codeine paracetamol & oramorph, 2 hrs sleep.
think water retention in leg , GP insists I go to see him, so 7.20 tonight.
He wants to check not a blood clot.
Lay on settee from when I got up, neighbour came down as I could not get up to get help line numbers.
She filled a hot water bottle for me & I slept until 12.30.
Almost pain free! what a relief.
Had a brunch, then caught up on fluids, & pottered a little.
Sal, how do you find time & energy to work!
Is your thyroid under active? I have been on thyroxine for over 50 yrs.
JMP, so sorry yo are having a rough time.
Hope tomorrow we & anyone having a tough time feels brighter.
Love Scilly xxxx
Looks like you need a hug Sal, (LondonLass) this disease is so cruel, someone needs to actually listen to you, not keep saying this is how it’s going to be, you need to be helped not dismissed. Xxx
Love and hugs Jenny xxx
“ We don’t know how strong we are, until being strong is the only choice we have.” xx
Sending a gigantic (((((((HUG))))))) to all you fruit loops who need it, hope you can feel it through the ‘net.....
more hugs xxx
Thanks grannylara and moomy, definitely having another I HATE CANCER day! Xx
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