My flippin toenail dropped off! 😦
8 weeks after my last chemo the after effects are still playing games!
Noted what you say about your toenail falling out. Being a cancer victim myself I have some understanding of your pain. I know you have to keep your blogg going which is a help to many of us. Thing is when we accept what we have but not let it take us over, we see our way to being stronger and able to fight this “thing” without a mourn or tear. June 2011 I knew I had C. Despit all the obvious symptoms and all the various scans I had the docs still would not say I have cancer.
After six months of investigations, loosing nearly four stones in weight and being very jaundice I was eventually told on the (16 December 2011), I have Pancreatic cancer. When I was told I somehow found the strength not to question the reason why, shead a tear or even blame the doctors when
the surgeon told me he could not do anything for me.
I am still undergoing Chemo, my hair has begun thiining but I thank God for every morning he wakes me up. Lisa take courage, lift your faith high and remember you have a loving and supportive husbond and friends to give you the support to take each step at a time. xxxxx
I am humbled Lucy but Im also annoyed for you that they did not locate it earlier, I have no words. Isnt it amazing the strength we find in times of trouble. Yes Lucy, continue to give God the Glory for all he continues to do for you, know that you never walk alone if your faith in God is strong. od Bless you abundantly, each and EVERY day xxx
Hi Lisa thanks you for your wonderful kind words of support. Hope by now the spaces your toe nails were socketed in is less sore and painful. Keep your strength going. You are in my thoughts. xxx
Who needs bloody toe nails anyway? We only end up biting or cutting them. Lots of Love Matthew
Give me one of yours then….the big one please! looool
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