Category Archives:Diary

Apr. 13.

My Photo Diary Page 3

Not my usual Saturday night out, but as I couldn’t go clubbing like I usually would, my friends all met me at the cafe in the hospital – I don’t think the other guests quite knew what had hit them. Hospital Cafe) Not my usual Saturday night out, but as I couldn’t go clubbing like I usually would, my friends all met me at the Plaza (only because they weren’t allowed on the ward – too noisy) – I don’t think the other guests quite knew what had hit them.

Bruising gone down, a little bit of swelling, ready to go home the next day.

I finished my Radiotherapy on the 15/04/11. Mum took me to meet a Homoeopathist; called Dr Fletcher (in Newport) he gave me herbal remedies to help deal with the after affects of the treatment. I didn’t really suffer sickness or anything (thankfully), but I have been tired, and when I am, I just sleep.

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Apr. 13.

My Photo Diary Page 2

after only 4 DAYS in hospital, daddy matt brings me home! Waheeeeeeeeey!!

 

nice cuppa and chilling with the family dogs, daisy and molly

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Apr. 13.

My Photo Diary Page 1

Night before my operation, after a family meal, all ready for the big day tomorrow.... 🙂

My photo diary……..I know that this may not be what everyone wants to see, but the reason why I am doing it, is so those of you who may have to go through this feel a little bit more assured that it’s not as bad as it sounds or looks.

One thing I know really helped me through all of this is the fact that I had some NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) sessions, what this does is teach you to be ultra positive about what is happening.

So when it came to having my operations, it wasn’t a problem. My first operation was on 24/12/2009 (Christmas Eve), we celebrated our Christmas Dinner early on the 23/12/2009, because we knew we wouldn’t be able to celebrate in true family style as usual this year.

This photo was taken, that evening just as it started to snow.24/12/2009 – not looking bad considering I have just undergone a major operation, eh?

All the things you see going on here, are not that scary.

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