Orient drew 1 -1 against a poor team. I did try to keep calm, but you cannot help getting shouty. I did get a lot of support from me Orient mates and some quips. I liked the quips, I do not want pity.(not yet anyway)
The next day in my new life as ‘Man with Cancer’ was to be 25th January where I was to be giving a pre assessment.
I had me 50th birthday and I had demanded a surprise party. The surprise was that I did not get one. We still had a great day and we spent some time with my Mum and my girls.
I would put a picture up of me and my 5 kids, but they are a bit vain and did not have any make up on so you will have to put up with this
I realised what people meant about taking each day as it comes and enjoying it. I was so scared about the operation and what it entailed. I also thought about the people who I knew who had cancer and after the initial treatment and remission got it back BIG TIME. This still scares me.
I had to put me car in for its MOT, the car is nearly as old as me and pre cancer, it was my biggest worry.
This is what having cancer does to a person. If I had gone to the hospital and they had given me the all clear, I would have gone home, had a sigh of relief and then worried about my car.
The cars health seemed so incidental to me now and I realised that we all worry about stuff that is not really worth worrying about.
On a positive note, my biggest worry in the entire world was to get cancer. Now I have cancer, that burden has been taken away so I can relax (in a way)
And what a way to relax….
The world is me Oyster!
We normally go to me mums on a Sunday and the girls come along as well, but me mum was in hospital, so me SJ and Spencer chilled out at home.
If the truth be told, I was getting fed up with my ‘Blood Pressure Diet’ But, it had to be done so I can get this lump out of me breast.
The big shop to ASDA used to be fun, but it was now torture. All the things that I loved and could no longer have were on special offer BASTARDS!
I was gearing myself up for my pre assessment, which in the olden days would have been carried out while I was on the ward , but due to cut backs would now be done during a day visit.
Next up will be my supermarket dash around the QE
Love and peace