Saturday, February 15, 2014

Feeling the "Love"

I really felt the love for valentines day and during the week with lots of love from across the world, seeing Mel and Chris, Lein and Duane, Isla and Esmé, Rommeij and Rikki over the internet. I had a homemade card from Mr Margie. I got get well cards and drawings, flowers from my aunt in Australia, a basket of flowers from my parents, crocus bulbs from my dear friends and special visits from dear people who have my recovery at their very hearts. I have visitors lined up for next week too. 


This week I met with my Oncologist and my GP, both of whom are very supportive  and understanding.  My Oncologist informed Mr Margie, my Mum and I that since the cancer has been removed the mop up chemo will be tailored especially towards my needs. I will meet with her again in early March to discuss starting date and chemo drugs.  My GP identified my leg pain as L5 nerve memory pain due to the epidural. It will slowly improve and walking and exercising will help. There is a drug I could take but it has side effects and with chemo on the way I prefer not to have more complications. 
As a result of all the love I am improving slightly everyday, able to be up longer and a bit more active and eating a little more also. I am feeling very loved and very proud of myself.
Big hugs, 
Love Margie ❤️

5 comments:

Deborah said...

So glad you're feeling the love! It's good medicine, isn't it?

You should be proud--you're quite the trooper.

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

Feeling the love is a healing thing :)

Sending virtual hugs x

Julie M said...

You're so right to feel proud, Margie - you are a star, you've come so far and done so well!! Lovely to see spring pictures on your blog - the lengthening days, blossoming nature and (hopefully!) better weather will be as good as medicine for you.

Julie xx

♥ Mary Janes TEAROOM said...

You should definitely be feeling very proud of yourself lovely Margie and you are so loved indeed!...Every day is a day forward..x
Take care,
Love Susan x

Margaret Moore said...

Very much thinking of you Margaret.