Friday, April 18, 2008

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

The Miracle Continues

Today the oncologist's secretary called me to let me know that the blood test results are all clear - as I had hoped.

Thank you all for your love and support. It has carried me forward and given me the confidence to believe that anything is possible and, as a result, has given me this very positive outcome. I am free now of tests and doctors' appointments for another 6 weeks. Of course I'm still perservering with the herbal treatment and acupuncture provided by the wonderful Dr Chen of North Ryde and will continue to see him every two weeks for acupuncture treatment and a fresh dose of herbal tablets. It really is a wonder I don't rattle when I move! I take about 120 herbal tabs each day. They must assimilate into my body very quickly and start doing their good work instantly.

Life ahead looks busy - hunting for a new place to live as the family home is to be sold, housesitting for 2 weeks in the hinterland behind Byron Bay - and possibly a trip to Hong Kong to visit my daughter and her little family. And all without the dastardly effects of chemotherapy to deal with. I like it!

To read some of the eloquent account of Wilna's travels, and see the magnificent photos from her 40 day Pilgrimage with a Purpose, go to her camino blog at

Until next time we talk/read - stay well and laugh every day.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Your ongoing support is miraculous

Yes, my friends. The scan I had last week is totally clear and I don't have to have any more chemo for the time being. One last blood test-for which I get the results tomorrow, to confirm that - and I'm only thinking positively.

Last weekend I went to a POWERtalk seminar in country New South Wales and was able to stay at my Dad's farm. There are 3 very cute alpacas there (see above) as well as cows, sheep, race horses, grapevines and fruit trees and crops. It was a beautiful place to spend the weekend and to come back to after an action packed day of activity at the seminar.

And now time to rush of for my scheduled breastscreen!!!! It just never stops.