Yesterday was just an ordinary day as we woke up or was it. The room was so warm and I touched the radiators and they were hot.
I found Ray sleeping on the settee ?? He said he had been coughing and didn’t want to wake me. Everyone seems to have this cough and cold and so many have gone on to have an infection from it.
We had breakfast together and Ray did take Louis for his daily walk. He came back feeling better.
The postman came and a parcel was there on the floor. Ray has been saying a present, he has been waiting for to give to me hadn’t arrived over Christmas, and this was it.
He disappeared and came back with a present, as it was wrapped in Christmas paper.
I opened it and was shocked to find a book with our picture on.
He has been beavering away on the computer daily, but that is normal, so I haven’t taken any notice. Turns out he has been writing my story of the last two years of my trial. Using my blog as a guide he completed it finally sent it off for publishing and it was accepted.
2 Years on a Keytruda Drugs Trial. Fighting mesothelioma an Asbestos related Terminal cancer.
This means we have a trilogy as 3 books are published and have covered the 7 years of my journey.
I was so happy with it and I have to sit down and read it now Well done Ray and thank you for all the hard work as I know how hard it is to have a book published. Every paragragh and spelling must be right. No easy task
We have a collection of books written and published now with all the money going to Mesothelioma UK, as I support them and all the work they do
About Mesothelioma UK
Registered Charity No. 1126083
Mesothelioma UK is a national specialist resource centre, specifically for the asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma. The charity is dedicated to providing specialist mesothelioma information, support and education, and to improving care and treatment for all UK mesothelioma patients and their carers.
The charity integrates into NHS front line services to ensure specialist mesothelioma nursing is available at the point of need. This is achieved through a growing network of specialist mesothelioma nurses, regionally based in NHS hospitals but funded by Mesothelioma UK.
Mesothelioma UK is based at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust Glenfield site.
The charity relies entirely on donations, legacies, fundraising and sponsorship to ensure all services provided free of charge across the UK.