Posted by: purpleandrew | October 23, 2015

The five year sign off

Wednesday this week was a very understated but significant day for Leslie and I. With little fuss and a whole bucket of professionalism and love, Leslie was discharged by the oncologist after 5 years clear after her chemotherapy.

It was just a normal everyday day here in Glasgow, but one that we knew would come and pass us by in the manner it did, just another day. That feels fantastic.

So, as I sit here and type I ask myself just one question, where on earth did those 5 years go? It feels like a short few weeks, maybe a month or two, but not five years. But it has been and in that time we have moved house twice and been through all that we have with my circumstances and ridden the wave, to land on the sandy shore with only a bruise or two to show for it.

Well done Leslie!

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  1. Don’t think the big ‘C’ realised just how determined an opponent ( and one very persistant coach ! ) can be …..Well done Leslie and a pat on the back to both of you ! Mags xxx


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