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December 04, 2022



Karen You have had such a upsetting,and worrying time. But as you say there isn’t anything you can do except.put your trust in the surgeon,and pray to god. That things go well. Just a step at a time! I have been thinking of you! It takes me back,to when I was preparing to have bowel surgery 14 years ago! And how I was feeling then. But I got through it! And I didn’t know I had cancer then. It wasn’t discovered until the operation! And was a shock.but thankfully I didn’t need any other treatment,as the cancer was gone when they done the operation. I still had to have ct scans,and check ups.i will pray for you and will be thinking of you.
Love Mary x


I’ve been thinking of you a lot Karen. I had exactly the same diagnosis 14 years ago and had chemo, which was hard. I had mets in my lymph nodes to another op to get rid of them. BUT, still here 1
14 years later. You’ve got this - chin up!!! Xxx

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