Monday, 10 June 2013

MOAS Anniversary

June 7th was the anniversary of my MOAS, the cytoreductive surgery.
I was dreading it and planning to be a hermit, but fate had other plans for me. First my son volunteers me  as a parent helper at their heritage walk and art workshop that day  (so how could I say no?) and then the day before our upstairs neighbors floods our apartment!

Suffice it to say it wasn't the most relaxing all days all around. It did, however, remind me again to put things in perspective and not sweat the smaller things as much. Aiden and the kids in his class had a fabulous time despite the pouring rain, we are not at fault so the strata and the guy upstairs will have to pay for the damage.

Most importantly? I'm around to deal with life's stresses alongside my guys and realize how lucky we are. <3

1 comment:

  1. It HAS been a year. And I can't believe it. In many ways it feels like a lifetime and at the same time it also seems like yesterday. I am soooo grateful you are doing well and getting stronger and stronger... we could not have hoped for a better recovery or outcome last year. I love you baby... although I sure don't miss giving you the injections... OMG. I LOVE YOU SOOOO MUCH BABY!!! Uli