It’s hard to let go of old habits. We grow up creating a plan for ourselves and when that’s disrupted it can be very distressing but adapting to your circumstances is so much more important for your quality of life than clinging onto a past dream.
She’s weary now but there’s something about her that encompasses our family. She has her health issues. She can’t get upstairs in her hutch and is on permanent medication. But as slightly mad, aggressive and quirky that she is - that rabbit won’t give up.
Because the word NO is not really a reflection of me and my work. It’s actually a not now. The truth is I’m pretty convinced that we all get our NOW moment eventually.
The response from friends who enjoyed following Living with Myelo before has been absolutely lovely. Thank you all for your support. I will as promised be blogging every week now and hopefully sharing more of our life with 'Myelo' with you.
Fast forward and this week saw one of the first Bath Uni marrow group events. A selection of keen student volunteers hung outside the library enlightening others about the benefits and ease of donating your marrow these days.