Thank you all for your kind words.
As the day is getting closer i'm getting more anxious, Dad has never had a straight forward stent procedure, a 2 day procedure always seems to turn into a week or more. I really am hoping for 3rd time lucky. Atleast we haven't got to phone for a bed this time, he has got to be in for 8am wed, but he is insisiting I get him there for 7.30 so he is first in!
Jemima, I wish you and your Mom all the best for her forthcoming scan. When my Dad asked if there had been any change on his scan I held my breath what seemed like forever, but everything was ok, and that's with no treatment. I reackon Dads tumor is laid back, like him!! How is your Mom coping with her Chemo?
Kimk, yes they are a pain in the neck!
Gavin, I'm trying to focus on the positive but as you know sometimes it can be very hard, but Dads still eating and feeling well so that's another good sign. Mom thought his itching was back as he was scrathinh his legs madly, when they looked he's been bitten all over his legs due to the nats when mowing the garden!
Lainy, I will be keeping my chin up, don't you worry, I have developed your fighting spirit that is contagious in your posts. Love to you and Teddy.
Devoted Daughter to the most wonderful Dad a girl could ask for. Sadly lost his battle on 19.02.11, peacefully in the arms of Mom and I. As requested by Dad "we will keep on smiling".