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Re: Weather

Post by Raggy » Wed May 30, 2018 5:22 pm

Windless and damp for most of today. Dead old day.
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Re: Weather

Post by The Pretender » Wed May 30, 2018 6:48 pm

Damp and dull then sweaty and sunny
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Re: Weather

Post by Coltheox » Thu May 31, 2018 9:31 am

Dull and somewhat humid, but looks as if the sun will break through a bit later.
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Re: Weather

Post by JM » Thu May 31, 2018 10:04 pm

Mostly dry and humid, the only rain came during the bbq we had this evening :roll: .
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Re: Weather

Post by JM » Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:35 am

9mm overnight and currently pissing down 8) . We had 33mm in May, 21 of which came on the 2nd, so it's getting pretty dry now. :roll:
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Re: Weather

Post by Coltheox » Fri Jun 01, 2018 2:03 pm

Hot and sweaty. Cloudy with a little sun from time to time.

Feels thundery. Phew! What a scorcher!!!! :D
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Re: Weather

Post by OLD » Sat Jun 02, 2018 8:44 am

Hospital results yesterday. 1 lump is benign, lymph nodes clear, cancer lump only 12mm. Being sent to USA to test if chemo is required.

Radiotherapy and cancer drug for 5 years anyway.

Moving from here on 21st June.

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Re: Weather

Post by Coltheox » Sat Jun 02, 2018 10:36 am

OLD wrote:Hospital results yesterday. 1 lump is benign, lymph nodes clear, cancer lump only 12mm. Being sent to USA to test if chemo is required.

Radiotherapy and cancer drug for 5 years anyway.

Moving from here on 21st June.
Better than it might have been OLD. Hope the tests in USA come back OK.

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Re: Weather

Post by McFarmer » Sat Jun 02, 2018 12:47 pm

Rain overnight, about half done with beans. I don't think I have had a complete day all spring.
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Re: Weather

Post by NQIT » Sat Jun 02, 2018 6:56 pm

McFarmer wrote: I don't think I have had a complete day all spring.
It's probably an age thing.
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Re: Weather

Post by footsfitter » Sat Jun 02, 2018 10:15 pm

OLD wrote:Hospital results yesterday. 1 lump is benign, lymph nodes clear, cancer lump only 12mm. Being sent to USA to test if chemo is required.

Radiotherapy and cancer drug for 5 years anyway.

Moving from here on 21st June.

Topical subject here, Niece's ex-hubby collapsed at work recently, mid-late 30's, found a mass in the front of half of the brain, operated 2 days later, 75% removed, found to be type 4, chemo & radiotherapy in 4weeks and 30% chance of maybe 2yrs survival.

Next, 2 weeks ago, wifes Aunt, early 80's not been right for sometime, 1.5ltr of liquid taken out of chest cavity which when tested points to lung cancer and secondary's well advanced. Looks like she knew of lumps but didn't want to do anything about them...........

Best of luck to Mrs Old, I know its hard to be positive all the time but often there are others who fate has dealt a more difficult path, not very reassuring for the patient, but there it is.
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Re: Weather

Post by McFarmer » Sat Jun 02, 2018 11:31 pm

footsfitter wrote:
OLD wrote:Hospital results yesterday. 1 lump is benign, lymph nodes clear, cancer lump only 12mm. Being sent to USA to test if chemo is required.

Radiotherapy and cancer drug for 5 years anyway.

Moving from here on 21st June.

Topical subject here, Niece's ex-hubby collapsed at work recently, mid-late 30's, found a mass in the front of half of the brain, operated 2 days later, 75% removed, found to be type 4, chemo & radiotherapy in 4weeks and 30% chance of maybe 2yrs survival.

Next, 2 weeks ago, wifes Aunt, early 80's not been right for sometime, 1.5ltr of liquid taken out of chest cavity which when tested points to lung cancer and secondary's well advanced. Looks like she knew of lumps but didn't want to do anything about them...........

Best of luck to Mrs Old, I know its hard to be positive all the time but often there are others who fate has dealt a more difficult path, not very reassuring for the patient, but there it is.
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Re: Weather

Post by Coltheox » Sun Jun 03, 2018 10:02 am

McFarmer wrote:
footsfitter wrote:
OLD wrote:Hospital results yesterday. 1 lump is benign, lymph nodes clear, cancer lump only 12mm. Being sent to USA to test if chemo is required.

Radiotherapy and cancer drug for 5 years anyway.

Moving from here on 21st June.

Topical subject here, Niece's ex-hubby collapsed at work recently, mid-late 30's, found a mass in the front of half of the brain, operated 2 days later, 75% removed, found to be type 4, chemo & radiotherapy in 4weeks and 30% chance of maybe 2yrs survival.

Next, 2 weeks ago, wifes Aunt, early 80's not been right for sometime, 1.5ltr of liquid taken out of chest cavity which when tested points to lung cancer and secondary's well advanced. Looks like she knew of lumps but didn't want to do anything about them...........

Best of luck to Mrs Old, I know its hard to be positive all the time but often there are others who fate has dealt a more difficult path, not very reassuring for the patient, but there it is.
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Re: Weather

Post by OLD » Sun Jun 03, 2018 6:27 pm

Thank you all for your messages of support.

Mrs OLD had not a had a mammogram for several years, thank God she found the lump and the staff at the breast care centre at Llanelli hospital were golden to her from the diagnosis, during the horrendous news that it was Grade 3 cancer [which hits you like a bus]. She said she would forego treatment, the specialist told her she would have 2 years maximum and the final year would be horrendous.

The surgeon has reassured her that it has all been removed. Just the 2 weeks wait until the results come back from the USA which will say if chemotherapy will be required.

We move to near Ironbridge in Shropshire on 22nd June, now got to get her into the system at Shrewsbury hospital for continuing treatment.

Please will you all ensure that your female family members have a regular mammogram to prevent the Hell that she has been through.

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Re: Weather

Post by Coltheox » Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:28 am

Drizzly and cool here today after a wonderful weekend.
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