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Tuesday, 16 August 2011

What's happening?

Today I feel very low....Not quite sure how I am going to move forward although I am sure in a day or two I will feel my same positive and happy self. Just things are feeling quite tough at the moment.

I need to rest which I am doing, I am just so sick of this cancer...it has been nearly 2 years and I need a break from it...just a rest where I am not thinking of where this may lead.

I will be okay just needed to sound off and maybe the planned break away with Fran and Charlotte for just a weekend will do the trick. xx

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Hair today gone tomorrow!


Just so those that see me don't get a shock the following is what has happened over the past couple of days...

Much Love

Tony

Yesterday - baldy patches showing











The best way was to neaten it up!











Going out attire!



Chemo experiences

Hello good buddies

I am home from Weston Park from my chemo...like I have said before we are usually so negative about chemo when in fact we should embrace the treatment.

This may not happen with everyone but before I started on my recent treatment, I would not think of justifying to the masses...

What I do is advertise amongst family, friends  and to do a mixture of the following to make you feel better:

Drink plenty of water/fruit juice
I drink Green Juice, (bag spinach, Stick of celery, 2-3 granny smiths, 6-8 carrots, piece of ginger, 2 pots of wheat grass) makes for one powerfully green juice shake - I split it into 3 cartons and have at intervals throughout the day so it is not too much at any one time!

Now there may be some of  you are sceptical and believe all cure should be done via a doctor or through the will of god, However I feel it is quite obvious that those around me see that my vitamins and minerals are keeping me strong. It is gods will that has lead me to the path that I am on and yes there is still the 'why me' conversation to continuously have with the man upstairs!

I have found praying particularly difficult at the moment but I have every faith normal service will remain soon!

My hair is a bit patchy - but not bad after 14 Irinotecan and 10 Avastin, all nutrician will continue until my body gives up and at that point we will change medication.

Much love in mind, body and spirit.

Tony xxxxx

Thursday, 11 August 2011

CT Scan Results

Today I had my CT scan results during my regular oncologist meeting. She said good news, your cancer is stable in all areas. Therefore whilst I wished for a reduction in my liver, pelvis and chest areas, they have remained stable so good news.

Off for chemo tomorrow, will update you early next week to how I get on...thanks for the support.

Much Love

Tony xxxx