We went up to London on Saturday to celebrate my cousin Greg’s 50th birthday. It was so good to meet up with family again. The Clarks and Parkers are special people. I was a bit emotional as I thought I might never see some of these lovely people again. Thank you Greg & Julia for being such good hosts – the food and wine were top notch and Isaac & Ruben were brilliant. Thank you Clare for the cake – there is a fair bit of alcohol in it! I love you all.
We stayed overnight with friends Tony & Roz - thanks for your hospitality too – two duvets were much appreciated.
On the way home we dropped in for coffee with the Enfield Classical Guitar Society – they were having a workshop day. It was lovely to see them all again looking so fit and well. I have never kissed so many ‘gentlemen’ in such a short space of time! Keep practicing my friends (the guitar not the kissing). I have a little quote for you all:
‘Life is a journey – with strings attached’
I was very upset this week to find that I can no longer get medical insurance that will cover me for Canada. I was hoping to be at my granddaughter’s 1st birthday celebrations in June. I think we tried all the insurance companies that deal with terminal cancer. I am too a high a risk and only 4 weeks out of chemo. This is one target I really wanted to meet. Thanks to all my mesowarrier friends for help and advice.
UPDATE Tim, Anna & beautiful Lilah are coming to me!!!!! Watch this space.The dark clouds are lifting already.
I have my weekly trial at Maidstone tomorrow and an appointment with the consultant at St Barts hospital on Friday. I need to know what’s next in terms of treatment – I like to keep ahead of the game if possible. Tess x