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Who kept theirs?
i couldn’t wait to see the back of mine but I wish now I’d kept it
I kept mine Beesuit , its up in the loft somewhere
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No way did I want it,appreciate the job it did but no I didn't want to take it home with me !
I didn't keep mine, I was very pleased at the job it had done, but was happy to see the back of it.
I did see people walking out with them in black bin liners
There’s a chap who did a blog, till he got to the magic 5 years, who used to dress the mask up for Halloween
I wish sometimes that I was blessed with that sort of sense of humour
We have a cabin/summer house at the bottom of the garden with comfy chairs/cd player/heating etc where one or both of us can go and "chill". I wanted to keep my mask but my wife wouldn't have it in the house so we compromised and it's on the wall down there, sometimes "pimped" a bit.
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Metastatic SCC of right medial piriform fossa plus four malignant lymph nodes diagnosed 8th October 2013. Modified radical neck dissection November, thirty-five radiotherapy fractions with 2xCisplatin chemo Jan/Feb 2014.
Mike he’s wonderful
Sometimes we need an uplifting post or two
Hi deffo kept mine I gave her a name in first day Venezia the Italian name for Venice hime of the masked ball. Can’t you tell I was a travel agent in a previous life. .before I retired that is.
She now hangs up in the garage Andy comes out for special,occasions ,well she was guest if honour at our ruby weeding part6 in June as without her I possibly wouldn’t be here now ! JJohn the hubby says he is putting k e d light skin in her this Christmas !
I decided from day one she was coming home with us. Wires or what .
Hazel aka RadioactiveRaz
My blog is www.radioactiveraz.wordpress.com
i give a honest account of my experiences with tonsil cancer
T2N2NM equals tumour size 2-4 cm 2 affected lymph nodes later changed to several after pet ct scan NM no distant metastatic .35 radiotherapy sessions and 2 out if 3 planned cisplatin chemotherapy sessions. Now fast approaching the 2 years since end of treatment. Good luck to anyone starting out will always help if I can
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