lymphomaleukaemialimbo

lymphomaleukaemialimbo:

Heyaaa, how’s everyone doing?

Yesterday, I got an amazing visit from one of my favourite people in the world, Fred, a friend from Uni. It was cool that it was at a time that I didn’t feel all that bad so I could really appreciate the company. Plus I had visions of him coming far and wide and me…

So nice to hear from you and read your blog as it’s so difficult when we can’t see you but I understand how tiring writing can be! Keep strong Deb and i am sure one day you will give your mum grandchildren and she’ll be sending you all packing to your own house for some peace (buy a house next door to her like she’s done to her mum ;)) take care Deb and hope the new treatment is slightly more bearable. Take care and lots of love XXX

lymphomaleukaemialimbo

lymphomaleukaemialimbo:

Went to the great Macmillan centre today at ten this morning. I was meant to have chemo and start the consolidation phase. Had my obs and bloods taken to find I’m neutropenic (which means I basically have no immune system) so I wasn’t strong enough for chemo today and probably won’t be till about…

That’s fantastic news Debi and that’s in Phase 1!!! Lots of Love from us all xxx

lymphomaleukaemialimbo

lymphomaleukaemialimbo:

It’s fucked up that there are children with cancer. I’ve met and spoken to them whilst I was on the ward and in the Macmillan centre. Like fourteen-year-olds that have to deal with that shit. The hardest things I’ve had to experience throughout my journey so far is a) the fact that there is this…

Good luck for tomorrow and await your news xxx