we've finally got an internet connection at Dad's house which
means that I will be able to keep in touch with blogland while caring for him.
It'll make things a little easier for me to have a world outside work, cancer and caring.
I'm having a good lesson in how hard life can be.
It's hard to remember what my life was like before
and it feels like I wake up every day in a horrendous
bubble of disaster while normality seems to surround everyone else.
We are a small close family, dad has prostate cancer,
I have a thyroid problem which I've struggled with for years and
now I can't take the medicaton for it because it makes my heart go bonkers
and my lungs fill with fluid...if anyone has had similar problems I would be very
interested to hear from them. . On top of this, regular car, house, work
stresses sometimes seem like the last straw.
i see these paints and sometimes think i can paint my way through this nightmare.
sorry to offload
I know others have difficult lives too
and there must be plenty who experience much worse
i don't know how they survive.
i don't know how i will survive.
all i can think of is that if i do survive this ordeal
i will have learnt a lot about how hard life can be
and i'll be able to use my experience to help others.
it's good to be back here.