Monthly Archive: November 2014

Days 255 – 256

Grounded. I’m feeling ok.  Just a little dryness in my throat.  I must write to thank Dr. Iles for being so gentle. I’m getting on with things.  Richard B and I take Marin-Marie out...

Day 254

Easy. Biopsy day – I take the train up to Truro and get to the hospital right on time.  Everything goes smoothly and there’s very little waiting around and no time to get nervous. ...

Days 244 – 253

Wait. Ten days pass. I’ve been keeping busy of course, but also taking things relatively easy.  I’m enjoying being out of chemo and feeling healthy and increasingly fit.  My hair is growing back!  Good...

Day 243

Surgical. I’m back in Cornwall and up to Treliske to discuss the biopsy operation with Mr. Awan. He has concerns about repeating the biopsy procedure he did 7 months back because he’d have to...

Days 237 – 241

City. Five days in London. It’s been busy and fun and quite tiring, but great to have got out of Penzance for a while.  The speed of change and development in the city is...

Days 227 – 236

Up there. It’s been 10 days since the meeting with my oncologist and the likelihood of the reappearance of cancer, and a repeat of the roller coaster of being first diagnosed; the shock, the...