Wednesday, 25 April 2012


An exciting day as I had to go and see if the aches in my boobs meant the cancer had come back.  Hint - cancer doesn't usually ache. Anyway as you can understand it was a tense time until it was pronounced that I have instead - Costochondritis.  They are not sure what this means, it seems maybe just inflammation of the rib cage, which affects the nerve ending right along the breast.
Nothing to be done, just wait for it to go away, and maybe get him indoors to lift the coal scuttle in future.
Now I am bouncing around with stray adrenaline. A
Already told the Open University to shove their degree, as their tutors are always MIA.  Mine claims her Broadband keeps going down.  I think she is trying to avoid my story.
I wasn't going to carry on after I have finished this course anyway, just wanted to learn how to tell a  story, which maybe I have, a bit.  This last assignment, if tutor doesn't set fire to it is the start of my first novel, 4000+ words
 I have no intention of trying to get it published, as if I could, I just like writing.  Which is why i do this blog.


carol said...

Glad the itis turned out to be benign if annoying. I seem to be flu of itises at the moment - could it be age???

Gillian said...

So glad you found abenign cause for the aches. Waiting for things to go away is my usual way of dealing with ailments! I hope the aches/pains go soon and you could always get a coal scuttle on wheels. I'll keep an eye open at the auctions.
Lack of response from tutors is major cuase of students giving up.
Hopefully you have got enough out of it to keep on yourself for quite a while.
Good Luck with it.
Why is this post called Tigger?
Cheers Gillian