A constant state of flux

Friday 7th December – 66 days since diagnosis; 38 days after (first) surgery I have started this post so many times in the 4 weeks since my last … So much to say, yet so difficult to commit to the written word.  How to convey the emotions and rapidly cycling, fluctuating thoughts?  I begin withContinue reading “A constant state of flux”

Do I have to be brave?

Saturday November 10th – 39 days since diagnosis; 17 days after surgery Yesterday I ventured out alone. I drove for the first time since my surgery and did some food shopping.  If you had happened to see me in Sainsbury’s you wouldn’t know I had cancer or that I was recovering from surgery.  I lookContinue reading “Do I have to be brave?”

Women are dying from embarrassment ..

Tuesday November 6th – five weeks since diagnosis; 13 days after surgery This week is Vulval Cancer Awareness week. I would like to encourage all the women out there to get to know your vulva.  Women are dying from embarrassment – and that is just plain sad and stupid. Would you be able to spotContinue reading “Women are dying from embarrassment ..”