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Nutmeg, that is beautiful. Xxx
Onwards and flatwards (don't do hills) and keep walking if you can!
What a lovely great supportive idea.
“Look for the joy in every day”.
Take care everyone.
Best wishes, Sue
I absolutely loved the poem you posted :). It sums up the journey perfectly and then almost talks about finding the support from ladies on the Macmillan Community, doesn't it?
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Oh, that is so perfect a description!! Thanks for sharing
Cancer is only a chapter in your life not the whole story xxxx best wishes Ali
You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it
"Be prepared each day to confront your own self-sabotage"
Saw that from a friend, took me a moment to think it through....
Moomy that's spot on xx
It does indeed Lesley. Glad you appreciated it as much as me xx
Diagnosis of 2 tumours in left breast June 2017. Mastectomy with DIEP reconstruction in August 2017 (Royal Marsden) with full lymph node removal. 4 X EC and 4 X Tax chemo (Reading Spire). 15 X radiotherapy (Windsor Genesis). Finished invasive treatment June 2018. Took Anastrazole for a couple of months but had lots of pain in finger joints. On Tamoxifen for a while then going to try Exemestane.
Why me? Try me!
Lesley Helen thank you for starting this thread, what a great idea.
I’ve enjoyed all the thoughts so far,
I had hoped for some words of wisdom to post but nothing springs to mind yet. I’m sure it will and when that happens I’ll share it here.
In the meantime I will carry on being inspired by others!
May the force be with you
Saying no is honouring your own needs
Mine for today. I said no today and honoured me
Life is like a boxing match, defeat is declared not when you fall ..... But when you refuse to stand up again ....... So, I get knocked down but I get up again. x
Loving this thread! Any excuse to go on pinterest :)
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Some lovely positive thoughts of the day yesterday. Any more today ladies?
Possibly this one is apposite
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