Cancer Update

Holiday I’ve been forgetful of late and have failed to give you all an update of my progress on the Cancer front.

[Insert the virtual drum roll, a touch of harp, and a tingle or two on the triangle].

My PSA results levelled in December last year, after 2 consecutive drops over 9 months, which brings the count to just above the thin red line. This is ecstatic news especially since I honestly thought I was sitting in the transit lounge for the death-bus (or the upgraded burning Viking ship).

I recall the oncologist telling me the great news, but he didnt want me to over react just in case… the nature of Cancer is such that it can bounce back up again at anytime. But the longer it levels out or continues on this downward trend, it gives me hope.

On another positive note, I treated myself to a weeks holiday last week after working over the Christmas and New Years holidays. It was relaxing, groovy, fabulous and “everything” positively good.

Before I sign off today, I’d like to thank everyone who supported me and remained close while I had journeyed through this dark tunnel. The light is indeed within sight. I couldn’t hope to scratch the surface of gratitude to those who listened to my fears, to those who kept in contact despite my rantings about nothing reasonable nor sensible, to those who saw me cry, to those who kept me at a distance when all I wanted to do was thump someone or anyone, to those who offered positive words or just smiled.

Thank you!

Oh, and I forgive those who unknowingly made insensitive comments, … gotta laugh, it’s funny now!

7 comments

  1. That’s wonderful news David. So happy for you. I really hope this year gets better and better for you in all ways.

    Cheers,
    Fiona 🙂

  2. I am so happy for you and your family…Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy! What a reward after all these hard days 😉 Take care, Barbara

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