Thanks for all the lovely replies, I’ve just read ‘em all out to him, and he’s smiling and touched. David is, a bit like a quality street sweet, hard on the outside and very soft on the inside, and sometimes very scared.
His diagnosis was andenocarcinoma, common as muck eh! He’s probably a bit on the autistic spectrum, if it ain’t clear, factual and no possible variations he panics, that and being a bloody musician ( drama queen)
He does panic, mostly I can thankfully keep his sane head on... sometimes I have to admit I fall into his world and join in for a day or so, then I have to make sure we get back on track.
The small holding continues, we still have parsnips, leeks and cabbages to eat, lots of them too. I have enough carrot soup to keep us going till spring.
Chris, I am not bi polar, I’ve seen it, and seen what it can do, I admire you, the mixture of PCa & bipolar, I cannot imagine how you and your lovely family manage, take me hat off to you, I do.
Thanks Lyn, I wanted him to hear your post, it helps, he feels better when he hears from people and families who are in similar situations.
Ann, yes keeping a sane balanced head can be hard, every pain is cancer.... isn’t it? Most days it’s good, just sometimes the cancer world takes over.
franclj1 Ha ha, we are planning to have a tractor load of the local farmers best well rotted manure delivered soon, hard work, we haven’t begun yet. The raised beds are clear, garlic planted,hedges to trim trees to prune, muck to spread.
We also fancy a holiday somewhere warm afore spring work sets in, so he’d best be alright. 😉
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