Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Back from beyond!!

I feel like I am coming back to the land of the living. Chemo therapy really screws up the bodies functions, nausea, constipation, appetite and much more that goes on. I want it to screw up Theo, I hope he is reeling from all this treatment and gets the message, YOUR NOT WANTED!!!

I got rid of some "stuff" this morning ..... (Hello Jan C :  ), .....  by this I mean constipation, once things start moving I feel much better. Mary, our lovely nurse in the USA calls it slow transit. It makes me feel bloated and trying to eat is hard because I feel so full. Once things start moving it feels much better.

I feel more like the old me this morning, not quite back on top but getting there.

I have been having night sweats since Friday and feeling a little warm today. I don't think it is anything other than chemo affects but I will keep an eye on it.
Tomorrow my friend Chrissy and I will be going to Portsmouth, South Seas, to the HASAG Action Mesothelioma Day event. I will be doing a short talk letting doves out in memory of all those lost to mesothelioma.
I am sure it will be a very moving day. We will have a leisurely drive there and will meet some friends who inspire me everyday, Diane, Lynn, Suzi, and of course the lovely Pat.

Please come along and show your support.

Hampshire Asbestos Support and Awareness Group 

Hampshire Asbestos Support & Awareness Group (HASAG) is hosting this year’s Action 
Mesothelioma Day in Southsea. 
Dove release to increase awareness and raise much need funds for mesothelioma 
research will be held on Friday 6 July at 12 noon in the gardens of The Queens Hotel. 
Followed by a public meeting in Queens Hotel, Clarence Parade, Southsea
Speakers include Vanessa Bridge from the June Hancock Mesothelioma Research Fund,
Dr. Adrian Dobbs, Senior Lecturer in Organic Chemistry School of Biological & Chemical
Sciences Queen Mary University of London and Mesothelioma Warrior Debbie Brewer
All money raised will be donated to Mick Knighton Mesothelioma Research Fund & The
June Hancock Mesothelioma Research Fund.
Light refreshments will be served following the public meeting
For more information Tel. 02380 010 015

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