MarySmith’sPlace ~ Hacking coughs, fevers and wobbly bits: Cancer Diary #27

Mary Smith's Place

Wednesday, 10 March: By last Wednesday evening I sounded like I was trying to cough up my lungs and had a bit of high temperature, fortunately brought down with a couple of paracetamol.

Finished radiotherapy on January 18th – have no idea whether or not it worked

On Thursday I met with a friend for a socially distanced walk. In the spirit of doing shorter walks, as recommended by the oncologist, I suggested we just went to the local park – masses of snowdrops, crocuses and very active swans. The weather forecast, she emailed, said there was a six per cent chance of rain. It arrived as we started out – we were appropriately dressed, hadn’t seen each other for months and had much to talk about so carried on. I think it stopped raining when we ended our walk.

My temperature was raised again in the evening –…

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