"The moment when you first wake
up in the morning is the most wonderful of the twenty-four hours. No matter how
weary or dreary you may feel, you possess the certainty that, during the day
that lies before you, absolutely anything may happen. And the fact that it
practically always doesn't, matters not a jot. The possibility is always
Posted by Sara Louise at 12:04 pm
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Please see Kay from Australia's blog which documents her day to day life with PMP . It's great for those of you who have recently been diagnosed & wish to know more from a 'real' person rather than a doctor . She notes her daily challenges & how to overcome them. Congratulations Kay on being an 8 Year survivor , i think your blogs an amazing thing for you to have started .
Posted by Sara Louise at 12:57 pm
This beautiful piece of artwork was sent in by Shell - a PMP survivor, whom looks to be a very talented artist on the side . Shell created this wonderful piece for her cousin's bridal shower -
"A happy picture for a happy occasion...reminding
me that life goes on and it is all good !"
Have a lovely time at the Bridal shower Shell, and the best of luck in all you do .
Posted by Sara Louise at 12:21 pm
I'm no-one special , but i know many people that are .
This time last year i heard about PMP for the first time in my life, my mam was diagnosed with Pseudomyxoma at Christies hospital in England . I am 22 , my mam is 47 . Through being with her every step of the way in her battle of this confusing + rare 'condition' , i have met some of the bravest , brightest + most inspirational people of my life . i know how lost + dark the days can seem sometimes , for both the diagnosed + their family + friends . so this is for everyone affected in someway from PMP or any other cancer, to make them smile , offer comfort + to let you know your really not alone .
Posted by Sara Louise at 12:10 pm