Thursday, 14 April 2016
Once again I have to thank you for taking the Blog to 67000, it's appreciated.
I'm not about to give up although it's occasionally quite a strain.
12 months ago today I was being taken by ambulance to Charring Cross Hospital. It was a huge relief to escape from Wexham Park where I just wasn't being treated ....for a week.
Then, instead of good news I was told my cancer had spread through my spine. I was given a tattoo for radiotherapy and was waiting on the emergency cancer ward (it's a place you really don't want to find yourself on, trust me).
Then in the morning I found out there had been a convention of radiographers and the concensus was that the cancer hadn't spread.
That was a game changer.
It's been a very tough 12 months and not the best of journeys either.
But I'm still here!
And so is the Blog.
I've been contacted by several people recently, thanking me.
Of course they aren't getting in touch because they enjoy what me and Robyn get up to - the point of all these Blog entries is that the important stuff gets pushed up the rankings as well.
So when people search for the Hospitals, the Hospital stuff I've posted is high up on the rankings.
So what you do matters to people.
(a don't stop till you drop production)
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