What keeps me sane

When this whole shitty experience started in December i didn’t know how i would cope –Β  would i be able to still ride or would i have my head in the bucket throwing my guts up, would i be that weak i couldn’t work, would i be able to ride the horses and maybe play…

Dealing with it

It wasn’t until a customer said to me at work the other week ‘how are you coping Kristy’ and my reply was ‘yeah im getting better’ and he said ‘no with the ‘mental part of having surgery and having a mastectomy’ …. which i was like ‘yeah i’m ok with that, i would rather have…

Half Way …

Well tomorrow is day 10 post chemo #3 and also halfway through the chemo course as well. It seems like it was yesterday I was sitting on my bed listening to the Dr tell me my biopsy results showed cancer and that I needed surgery asap. When in fact that was 3 months ago now…

Chemo #3

An awesome first treatment in Moree today. No extra driving and no getting up early to leave, just my normal leave time for work time. First off when I went in to reception I finally met a social worker. I had asked to speak to one at Tamworth and despite me having two chemo treatments…

My biggest fear

Throughout all this shitty saga my biggest fear has been that i wouldn’t be able to ride my horses ever again. I could possibly handle not playing polox again….. maybe that’s a big maybe. When the doctor and the cancer nurse heard me say im going to start riding my horses again shortly. The look…