Saturday, 13 February 2016

This week

Sunday - Collected Col from hospital after Chemo
Wednesday - Driving Col  for long morning out to and from hospital for his blood test and waiting for results
Friday -  Ditto except for even longer out because they were in total chaos!
Today - Col has taken himself to hospital for blood transfusion because of yesterdays results.

In between packing boxes and shifting things

How wonderful it will be to be within a few miles of the hospital!

Back in a day or two
Sue

23 comments:

  1. Its a very stressful time for you both at the moment. Good luck with it all. Blogland is here for you.

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  2. You won't know yourself when you are closer to the hospital. Just that you'd rather you didn't need to be nearer. It will all calm down soon I'm sure. Thinking of you.
    haven't mentioned it yet, I do love your new header.

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  3. You have a lot on your plate right now, hope everything falls into place soon.

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  4. It is a very stressful time for you both, it will get easier when you are nearer the hospital xx

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  5. Thinking of you at this trying time and wishing you both all the very best :)

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  6. Take care of yourself thru this very difficult time.

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  7. It will be so good when you are settled into your new place won't it Sue?
    In the meantime keep going and know that we are all thinking of you.

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  8. Thinking of you Sue. Look after yourselves
    Gillx

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  9. At times like this the hospital takes over, just like being on a merry around, hectic, but soon it will be over and life will get back to normal.

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  10. It is so difficult coping with moving on top of this isn't it. Good luck with everything.

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  11. I don't think there's enough hours in a day for you right now!

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  12. Bet Col feels like he lives at the hospital these days. The move probably can't come soon enough can it. Hope Col feels better after his blood transfusion and that you are managing to snatch a few moments to have a breather. Xxx

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  13. Just think... in a few months it will all be so much easier! Until then, we're keeping you both in our prayers.

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  14. The blood transfusion should give Col a bit if a lift. Take care of yourself and don't overdo it with the packing.

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  15. Such a stressful time for you, without all that extra travelling!

    Hoping that Col feels brighter after his transfusion and that you can both have a calmer day or two. Take care.x

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  16. Gosh, I cannot begin to imagine how stressful this all is for you both at the moment. Why is it house moves always seem to be right when some momentous thing is happening in our lives. It has happened almost every time to us and to lots of folks we know.

    I hope the next few days are calmer for you both.

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  17. Thinking of you both, sending love and best wishes.
    Pam in TX.xx

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  18. Hope you are soon all sorted move wise. xx

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  19. How wonderful to be settled in your new little home, less stressful.
    Hope you both will feel better soon.

    cheers, parsnip

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  20. I've followed your blog for a while, Sue, browsing your recipes and book recommendations, and have been touched by the stry of Col's battle with illness. I have never commented before, but just wanted to add my good wishes for your move, and for the continued treatment.

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  21. Thinking about you and your husband!!

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