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  • Here here Lou, our Father’s are not with us either but I wish all Fathers Happy Fathers Day, including my Son James and Son-in-Law Sam who have taken the baton passed to them and are the best my grandchildren could ever wish for. If you still have your Dad’s tell them this year particularly how much you love them. 💙 Jackie
  • Good Morning All, I woke early this morning and have been throughly entertained by all your lovely posts and pictures of sunsets, flowers, art and crafts. You are a clever productive bunch. Sorry haven’t kept up with posts of late. I have been busy trying to grow tomatoes, and sunflowers, sadly 2 of mine got chomped whilst…
  • Hi Everyone! This is such an uplifting Group! I love to see your pets and gardens! What resonated with me is that is all that matters in life is good people around you, a comfortable place to be and love and companionship even if it is only through this wonderful club! Each and everyones contribution is so wonderful! Ali,…
  • Dear Lou, I’m so sorry to hear that you have not been feeling well with sickly feeling and troubled by your lymphodema in your arm too. Have a lovely relaxing day in the warm sun. Your pictures of your garden flowers were gorgeous. They really do lift the spirits don’t they? 🌺🌼🌸🌻🌷🍁 Peter hope your headaches are improving…
  • Hi JimJam, I am so sorry to hear that your planned operation could not go ahead. When we are facing this mountain any setback is devastating as it’s all about moving forward and certainty and you must be feeling anxious. I really hope that things improve and it won’t be too long before you hear news of an operation. Your…
  • Hi Margy, Thank you for sharing that. Very good advice for all of us on this journey. I am early months into recovery from surgery, chemo and two clear scans but with all that we are facing in our cancer journey and Covid 19 it is really good advice to pack away fear in a little box at the back of the brain. I took each…
  • Hi Lou, We had a neighbour like that and eventually I stopped speaking to her. She was a terrible gossip and was a childminder. She used to leave two little children in the porch whilst she went across the road to gossip. I would have been furious if they had been mine. Eventually she fell out with everyone in the street…
  • Hi Rob, Lovely to see your window decorations. Lovely looking house you have. Norman picked this hat up in a fancy dress shop sale bin when he had to play the part of a spiv when we had murder mystery evening. He loves wearing fancy dress! I couldn’t believe it when we went into lockdown so soon after having to limit…
  • Hi dear friends, Rob your photo’s were so interesting. It must have been so hard to live through those times with supplies running out. I love the story about your beloved dog! Lou it sounds as if you had a great day with your neighbours! We asked around and no-one was doing it in our street but when we went for a walk a…
  • Hello All, I have really enjoyed looking at your garden pictures and the colours are so vibrant, especially your azaleas Lou! I was in the garden this afternoon trying to instal low voltage lights to light up the shrubs. Rain stopped play! Was really enjoying the fresh air and the sky went black and the heavens opened. An…
  • Thank you Rob I will take a look at that. Hope the weather has improved for you today as it has here. Take care Lv Jackie x🙋‍♀️
  • @Veriterc Thank you Verity, I will do some reading. Hope you are having a good weekend. Sunshine is very welcome here on the East Coast! Lv Jackie 🙋‍♀️X
  • @Foxey @RobertA @Veriterc Dear Friends, I am very interested in this post and will look up aftercancers.com website. You are so right that our Consultants are so busy that sometimes our residual side effects are often met with a blank stare! I found this particularly with my peripheral neuropathy and fatigue and was told…
  • Buxton! @Veriterc very good! Love it!
  • @lollipoplady1 Hi, I am sorry to hear of your plight. It’s terrible that none of the professionals that you have contacted can help. I was wondering do you have a contact at the hospital such as specialist nurse that you can contact? . Surely the hospital can help as they surely will have supplies until you get a regular…
  • @PositiveLady10 Good morning Barbara, That is a beautiful picture! You must be very proud of them. Sisters,Sisters! Loved that song! Takes me back! Have a good Day and peaceful weekend. Love Jackie 🙋‍♀️X
  • Good evening Rob, Funny little things they are. How are you feeling Rob? Have you felt up to writing music or playing your keyboard? I went to folk club for first time in a while as I have been so washed out since my viral illness and have been very fatigued, but it was lovely singing and listening to around eighteen…
  • @PositiveLady10 Hi Barbara, How funny and cute! I like that she ate her cucumber too! Haha thats a great photo! Hope you had a good day. Love Jackie x🙋‍♀️
  • @Shands Oops sorry Sue, I should have said “her”! Sorry Cassie xxx
  • @Shands Ah bless her Sue, She sounds lovely. My brother and sister in law have a young Cavapoo called Bailey. He is a lovely creamy colour so his name is appropriate! Haha. He is very cute with a lovely friendly nature and loves a cuddle. Would you like to continue with his agility classes when you are feeling better and…
  • @Frankie1 Good Morning Frankie, I am so sorry to hear that cancer has come back into your life again. So good to hear that you have a good support network and now that you have joined this group you will be well cared for! I found it so helpful to have a place to come to share how I was feeling going through my surgery and…
  • FLOODS! (Hope no one here has been affected?) Lou thanks for being impressed! I confess I cheated, was stuck so looked it up on Google haha😂
  • Hi all, just thought I would share what made me smile this morning! My little Grandaughter Ivy 17 months, is following in her Mummy’s footsteps! I love the reflection in the mirror! I don’t think she would have been left with it much longer somehow! Take care of yourselves! Best wishes Lv Jackie x🙋‍♀️
  • @PositiveLady10 Hi Barbara, Just catching up with posts and saw yours about your Grandaughter Molly. What a selfless lovely young lady to have her beautiful long hair cut off and donate it to children for wig making. She is going to make one or more children’s world a bit happier. Well done Molly. ⭐️ I hope you are doing…
  • @kirstyhbc Well done Kirsty, So lovely to hear your good news! It was well worth sacrificing your Christmas to get that news later! I hope that your treatment soon passes and that you can enjoy yourself doing all the things you like to do. Take care and thanks gor sharing the good news! love Jackie x🙋‍♀️
  • @Shands Hi Sue, You have a beautiful little companion. She is lovely! They are such a comfort aren’t they? My dog Jasper has been an absolute best friend to me whilst I have been on my journey with cancer treatment. I think they know when we are ill. He kept fussing me a while before I was diagnosed. Putting his head in my…
  • Hi All, O I love this conversation! Hi Af21 I have never seen such a fine Hamster as Alan! He is gorgeous. His meal looks lovely and fresh, very appetising! Julie what colour is your Rabbit? We all tend to spoil our pets don’t we? Our friends used to to have a large white rabbit called Snowy who came to stay with us when…
  • Hi Rob, Sorry to hear that you are under the weather. Good wishes for speedy recovery on their way to you. Take care and look forward to hearing from you in the next day or so. Sleep well. love Jackie x🙋‍♀️
  • Hi Julie, It’s understandable that you have stayed at home these days with the weather so cold and recovering from your operation. I hope you enjoyed having your hair done and your appointment at the opticians. Hope you enjoy your lunch with your friend tomorrow. I met my dear friend Linda yesterday for lunch. I thanked…