I’m coming out of the ill-health haze now. My stomach appears to want food again, and my nausea is abating. I’ve attached some photos of the last chemo session. The black bag in the background is my last cytotoxic brew. The stuff attached to my chest is my portacath, which has been accessed for IV infusion (some might be interested to know what it looked like). I was fed chemo through this line.
I hope the give you frequent flyer miles at these hospitals, you’ll be able to get a free flight to the moon by the end of all this
I’m back from hospital breast free and cancer free. The pathology on my breast tissue came back negative (YES). How long are in Sydney for? I’ll make it down there this year. More soon. Love Josie x.
You’re done – hooray! You should be so very proud of yourself. I would love to see your awesome arse as soon as you’re feeling up to it. You’ve been on my mind, as have Brett and Felix. I look forward to having a cuddle with your little man (Felix, that is :P). Thank you for sharing so much of yourself – you rock ❤
Hiya lady. I did it. I’m breast free. Let me know you contact details again (phones) and we’ll make a time to say hello. Big kiss. Jx.