February 21, 2017
Tuesday, 11:00 am
I have to admit, all this time leading up to my first round of chemo, I wasn’t nervous, I wasn’t scared. 804 more words
A recent health scare with one of my children demonstrated perfectly that, as parents, we really are always learning.
If you ever experienced any kind of cancer in your family, then like me and hubby, I expect that finding a lump on your child, which isn’t from a knock or a bump or a spot, or in any other way explainable, might raise a few alarm bells. 644 more words
There’s that split second when, on whatever part of your body, you find a lump and you stop breathing. It happens us all and the majority of the time your logical mind kicks in and you realise you’ve had a head cold and it’s probably a swollen lymph node or you hit yourself against the corner of the table yesterday so it’s probably just a bit of swelling and bruising under the skin. 141 more words