Blush, Sunkissed Pink, Coral and Burnt Orange- Skin.
Satin, Sandstone, Caramel and Burnt Sienna- Hair, trousers, sneakers & T-shirt.
Pastel Blue, Denim Blue and Midnight Blue- Over shirt.
I've had a morning of walking today as I needed to get a prescription taken to my Drs surgery so decided I'd walk there, then my BF took me for another walk when I got home so I've only just had chance to sit down and turn on my pooter!!
On saturday I received uber happy mail from my gorgeous friend, Joni. It was this amazing little stamp and die set and I am over the moon with it ( she sent me the most beautiful papers too but they are still in the 'stroke only' stage of Lou-ness!!!!).I was so excited to use it yesterday that I just had to make something for the PFP challenge this week which is 'add a button or 2'.Buttons are just perfect for those little guy cards because its like embelly minus the flower feel!! he he!!!!
I ran out of time to post it last night because I was so sore after my appointment at the hospital ( there's nothing quite like a good poke of your wound area and nipple island check to make you feel like hiding in the duvet!!! he he!!!).
But...It was such excellent news!! the lymph nodes they took came back negative so they are clear of cancer which is such a relief! My wounds are all looking good and the little bit of stitch site meanies yuckiness on Nipple Island should heal all on its own soon. The pain in my arm is also normal and could take a long time to stop but just to manage it with pain relief and exercise. I do have to have chemotherapy so I didn't get my free pass card this time but lets be honest, a few months of chemo is a very little price to pay for such a disease...and I am going to rock it.
Now, my consultants and nurses at the breast clinic are just amazing. They went through in great detail with me yesterday all the bits that are going to happen and I am going to loose my hair...everywhere! so with that in mind, I came home and put a plan into action. I want to say a Lou kinda Thank you to the amazing team at Lincoln Breast Unit. Without them, my story could be a whole tonne different and I have decided that a fun way to help will be to have all my hair shaved off after my first chemo treatment dose.
There are a couple of reasons why I want to get it shaved before it starts to fall out. I want to be in control and those locks of hair are going to work for their freedom!! I have set up a fundraising page. You can find it HERE or by clicking on the linky at the top of my right hand sidebar over there>>>>>>>>>>>
In 43 days time, on 12th May 2017 my fundraising page will close and I will be getting my hair shaved off.I am not afraid or dissapointed in the least to loose my hair, it's all part and parcel of keeping me in top Lou form and I am more than happy to listen and do all I am told by my oncologist. I have been a little surprising for them all along with firstly having the rare Pagets Disease, then having an actual invasive tumour in there too and then my HER 2+ and ER PR- results. He is still deciding how best to do my treatment plan so I'm not sure how often I will be going yet but I have to start Zolodex first in 2 weeks time to 'switch off' my ovaries to try and prevent an early menopause while I have my chemo. That is an injection in my tummy every 4 weeks until the end of chemo...ouch!! he he!!
So the search for lovely little beanie hats and crocheted fun wigs has begun!! And I have started to practice to tie thin scarves as my little hair loss booklet tells me too....Preparation is key right?!!
Sorry for all the Lou waffleage today!!!!! I'm off for a nap now!!
Huge hugs and love, Lou xxxxx