Trawling through the mess and muddle of my head.
It's at times like this that I feel loudly breaking smashy things is in order. Smash away. It may make you feel momentarily better (as long as someone else has to clean up).
Hi Sepha, Just to let you know that I've been reading your blog over the last couple of days. I was really moved by it and I can't even begin to say how angry I've been towards this horrible bugger that is breast cancer. A good friend of mine was diagnosed in January 2008 at age 36. She has two children (aged 3 and 6) and been through the chemo and radiotherapy and is back to work at the moment. Through it all it was very difficult for me to ask too many questions or to know how to "be there". I didn't want to pry too much, but reading your blog has given me an inkling of what she been through. All I can say is I'm crossing my fingers very hard for you and hoping that you keep this thing at bay as long as possible.I'm sending lots of hugs and kind thoughts your way.
@lyon23girl - thanks - hugs and kind thoughts all gratefully received! I'm sorry to hear about your friend - I hope she continues to do well. Cancer's a bitch. If I've been any help for you then I'm glad and I'm sure you've been the best friend you can be. Good thoughts right back at you!S
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