Release day

For me and – hopefully – for the first of the Chilean miners.

Scores on the doors: neutrophils 0.8,
haemoglobin 10.0. Both heading in the right direction so they let me go. If this trend continues I should be fit for the final chemo on Thursday.

Got out late afternoon, and the sun came out too so we went for a walk round Woolly Park. Took this picture looking out across the lake. Autumn is a beautiful season.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anonymous
    Oct 13, 2010 @ 07:20:42

    Great news; nice picture.

    — David


  2. Anonymous
    Oct 13, 2010 @ 09:30:18

    SO pleased youve escaped and good luck for Thursday – last one! (from Elaine x)


  3. aprilann
    Oct 14, 2010 @ 00:53:52

    Thanks for signing my blog about my son Josh. I'm sorry you are on a cancer journey yourself. It's never easy, but there is beauty along the way in unexpected places. Yes, it was hard on Josh to go through all he did, but generally speaking they say it's harder on the parents. Josh doesn't remember a lot although he has life long side effects and damage. On the other hand, my husband and I have really struggled with PTSS, emotionally etc. It also impacts the siblings. Anyway, all this to say thanks for finding us. And I wish you well on your journey.


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