As you all know, kanga gets a bit sensitive sometimes. So I want to get that way now. Some of us are fortunate enough to have carers...like my "angel", Jen
The following is for all those "angels" that look after us.--two statements.
1/ While I was doing chemo the nurses admitted a young lad(17 years old) who was transferred from the childrens chemo clinic. We chatted openly and I discovered he had a rare form of luekemia. He knew that he was battling for his life. He told me how much respect he had for his parents and his nurses and said even tho his chances were slim he wanted tofight to make all their wonderfull care worthwhile!!!
2/ I once asked my chemo nurse how she found the strength to come to the clinic each day and see so much suffering. Her answer.." because it is the patients we know we can help that keep us going........and the patients that continue to fight the battle knowing that cancer is a disease that can be beaten. Even tho some lose the battle we give then hope!"
Our carers are our "angels"
Our love to you all, kanga and Jen