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Another day amongst the daffodils

Originally posted on Things I have learnt today:
Chemo week and my fourth day of sitting on the verandah in the late winter sun watching the daffodils in full bloom.  I can also see them from lying in my bed…

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Another day amongst the daffodils

Chemo week and my fourth day of sitting on the verandah in the late winter sun watching the daffodils in full bloom.  I can also see them from lying in my bed and the sofa in our loungeroom.  It is … Continue reading

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Preggo-brain without the excuse of being pregnant

A few days ago I got out of the shower, dried and dressed myself and started to brush my rapidly-thinning hair, only to find that my hair was full of conditioner. My heart sank….I’d forgotten to wash it out in … Continue reading

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