https://churchwritinggroup.files.wordpress.com/2021/09/waiting-anette-swensson-2.jpg Waiting: Anette Swensson Waiting for an answer or diagnosis can be excruciating; especially when the outcome could really be something you are not looking forward to; something that is quite final. It’s a bit like sitting on an empty train station feeling alone and like the next train has been delayed: time hanging heavily … Continue reading We All Have to Wait for Something.
A Grateful Heart
Grateful for health. Over the last month I have had all my scans and blood tests to make sure that I am in full health with regards to my breast cancer which I faced 9 years ago. Having had cancer keeps me humble as I know that it is something that one has to be … Continue reading A Grateful Heart
Health and Weight Matters
...Little servings of thoughts coming your way... Dear friend, You have asked me what I did to lose weight and I would love to encourage you and so I have decided to wright to you about my weight loss in the form of a letter. I really feel that weight matters when it affects our … Continue reading Health and Weight Matters
October and our lives go on….
This year has been a very odd year for all of us because of Covid-19 and for me October feels like a significant month within this year so I decided to mention a few things to my readers at the beginning of this month. Photo by JJ Jordan on Pexels.com Photo by Ave Calvar Martinez … Continue reading October and our lives go on….
Cancer: Dressing for my Personal style.
So my search and research paid off. I feel comfortable in my skin and enjoy clothes again. I enjoy shining through my style. I certainly am a bud, but no longer do I try to bloom, I now acknowledge that I am blooming in a bed of roses (with the thorns).
Bilateral mastectomy’s sexual challenge.
Said more plainly there are many erogenous zones on the body; the skin is a huge playground. If you want to enlarge your experience you must invest time and effort to explore these zones in a relaxed and light hearted way.
What I remember clearly is that I was very happy to know that we could go traveling in Africa between the nipple construction healing and the tattoo colouring which were done when we got back from our trip.
Why me, Cancer, why me?
[I]...kept saying to Derek maybe they had made a mistake.
I am on fire: breast surgery recovery.
They say 4 – 6 weeks recovery time. I am glad someone cautioned me that in reality it takes a body much longer to recuperate to normality.
The question was: One or two breasts.
I was eager to know about the procedure of the implants as it would help me make up my mind about the mastectomy of the 'healthy breast.'