Not a stitching post or a stitching happy dance ... yesterday I had my mammogram scan results. This is the first scan since my breast cancer diagnosis in December 2019. Although I had many treatments, an operation and many consultations with various doctors there was never really what felt like a closure; that came yesterday as the letter stated ...
no abnormality seen
I cannot begin to tell you how much joy those three words brought. I screamed, I cried, I whooped and cried again.
Hubby and I celebrated with a glass of English sparkling wine sitting the garden in the spring sunshine.
I am so so grateful to all the amazing doctors, nurses and other medical staff at both George Eliot Hospital and University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire, they do amazing work made even harder with all the restrictions and changes that Covid brought.
I am also very grateful to all my online friends, in blog land, at Needlecraft Haven and on social media. The messages you have sent over the last 18months have meant so much and really did help me through a yuk yuk yuk time.
Hubby and I are going away for a week, a self catering holiday for a change of scene as apart from hospital visits and recently a few shopping trips we have been at home for over a year. We're looking forward to walking new streets as we know every inch of our local area haha.
I'm not taking a charted project away, I'm taking some flowers that I received late and could not be included in last year's Bouquet of Flowers.
If you would like to make a flower, or another flower, to add to the tree for Christmas 2021 please email me email@example.com and I will send you the details.
I will be mounting and lacing the flowers I have whilst on holiday then finishing them on the coloured backing once home. It seems quite apt to be doing these as life begins to resume and I can finally feel relaxed after such great news yesterday.