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Aug 20, 2012 10:14 PM, edited Aug 20, 2012 10:20 PM
Do hope you day is going well. Have not got near the computer as DH has had business reports to write and was just too lazy to set up my laptop. Also had fairly busy time.
Friday night had wonderful time with DD@ and her BFF. It was like old times because the BFF used to spend so much time here she is like another daughter really but now as she has small children we don't see her so much. Anyway they came with me to a fashion show put on by the Breast Cancer Research Trust. This is something I do support and there is no pink anywhere and all proceeds go to research both for cure and cause. Show was great (would love to be able to afford the clothes) and then we went and had tapas and dessert. Real girl night.
Had friends here for dinner on Saturday and then went to sleep watching the rugby. DH had gone to a school match in the afternoon where he caught up with several of DS's friends who were there supporting their old school team. I went in search of patchwork fabric as I am making a quilt for DD2. I know that as soon as DD1 sees it she will want one as well.
On Sunday we took the grandchildren out to see their great grandma. They were great thank goodness.
So it was all go over the weekend and yesterday, again searching for fabric a whole lot of junk fell out of a high cupboard so I had to sort that out. Two large rubbish bags of stuff have gone out, goodness knows why I was keeping it!
So now I must get back to the patchwork, then tonight I will get on with my knitting which I do until my hands and arm get sore. Have nearly made a third baby jacket while my sister is busymaking booties whic the hospital have asked for.
So that's me at present. I did see my RA doc who had some good suggestions. He listens and explains what is happening and why he and the oncs don't want me to have certain drugs so it does limit choice.
I would love to be able to join you lot in December but don't think its possible. I am working on it
Do love the hair photos, makes me laugh as I coloured mine as soon as I could. Though I did have a trip around Europe sporting short white hair.
Have a good week
If you are sent down a stony path God will give you strong shoes
Dx 12/19/2006, IDC, 3cm, Stage IIIc, Grade 2, 23/24 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-Surgery 01/19/2007 Mastectomy (Left); Lymph Node Removal: Axillary Lymph Node Dissection (Left)Chemotherapy 02/23/2007 Cytoxan, Ellence, fluorouracil, TaxolRadiation Therapy 08/10/2007 ExternalHormonal Therapy 08/10/2007 Femara