Returned last week from 8 days in Adelaide meeting our new grandson Sebastian.He is such a cutie but slept a lot of the time we were there.It was wonderful to see how excited my fiance was to meet his grandson.Just so thankful we got the time to do this. He is now on tablet form chemo and we go to hospital and Oncologist every three weeks for intravenous Avistan. The tablet form of chemo doesn't make him quite as tired and as he had his picline taken out we have been able to travel.Can't wait for the kids and baby Sebastian to come over to visit in just over two weeks for our wedding on April 10th.These lovely distractions have been a godsend for us and our family and friends.We bought our motorhome on the weekend and hopefully take delivery next week. Lookout Australia here we come.
My fiance has had a pain around the eye area the last week so we have been to Doctor today and although he doesn't think it sounds like a tumour he has organised a brain scan to be sure.The rollercoaster continues but we will try not to think too much about it until results are in (easier said than done).When fun and exciting things are happening around you it is easy for a moment to forget about your prognosis.
Love hugs and best wishes to everyone.
Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.