I have been diagnosed with stage 4 inoperable lung cancer which is subject to migrate. Makes a fellow wonder. The treatment plan is radiation followed with chemo, In the interim of all this my employer realizes and recommends to me that I should consider retirement. As of the 15th of August I am retired. And seemingly "In A Minute" became honorably accepted into the community of senior citizenship. Literally
saying I fit the mold. In a few short weeks I have lost my enjoyable energy levels . And have noticed my
strength has diminished. I picked up my guitar the other day thought I might find my thoughts. The strength in my left hand, the one I use to make chords and finger the fret board. has weakened to the point it requires a serious attention to grip. In order to get some clarity from the strings. I think I can manage with a few daily exercises.
This is becoming a challenge to comprehend. And the one thing that confounds my thoughts the most.
I have never felt comfortable worried about me. I have been in the service of others all my life. Today it seems that I may not be fit to continue in the way I am familiar with towards offering the helping hand.
There is much to do as I see it. Rainbow trout need to know I am still a threat and will stay close to the waters that be. There are countless camp fire to discover
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.