Monthly Archives: March 2008

Wed 19th March, Guys Hospital today

So in the ongoing saga of mothers health, today we visited Guys Hospital Oncology Dept, where she met with the nurse she has been under at Lewisham. Plan of today was to further discuss prognosis, and any available treatments.   … Continue reading

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Tues 11th March, hospital again

After an early start to the day, we were walking into Lewisham Hospital by 8.45 this morning, ready for another morning of tests. Good old forgetful mum had clean forgotten about a second appointment, so thought she was in for … Continue reading

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Stress levels rising… just realised

It took me til last night to realise how snappy im getting recently, so I apologise openly and whole heartidly to Chantal who bore the brunt of it. No screaming fits, or outbursts, just a little too touchy for my … Continue reading

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Thursday, another day at the hospital

Scans, jabs and blood tests. All in a day in the life of Michael Snasdell the regular reader might think, but no! This time, for once its not for me. I know I should take the matter seriously, but at … Continue reading

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Wed 5th March, the appointments begin

After spending the day away from home, allowing mum to have some space and time to herself, much deserved I might add, I have returned to find things have progressed again. A day of appointments for investigation work to begin, … Continue reading

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A little thought, a little reflection

Its times like this that my mind works overtime on seriously deep thought. Not trying to solve the worlds mysteries, not claiming to be a shrink or an author. Just good to let thoughts and words flow through and out … Continue reading

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Back from the hospital with the results.

Right, here goes, an update as promised.   After a short time alone with the consultant (and bank of students) the nurse came out and called me in. Running through a few things in the process, and requesting my contact … Continue reading

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