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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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361 of 389  Sat 5th Jan 2019 2:27pm  
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Hi to you all Wave PAM UPDATE: Pam continues to receive the lovely care & treatment at UHCW. She does have up & down days, but her response to her two Chemo bouts has been truly remarkable, so much so, her third is booked for a week on Monday. We both express our joyful gratitude to everyone, for the kindness shown throughout this ordeal. Her visitor tally now stands at over 60 (not all at once you understand). Her ward, No 35, is such a long walk, we take a packed lunch. When we arrive, I think we are in Leicestershire. I do look in on the forum most days, I haven't lost touch & hopefully not my mind either. I am grateful for the team covering, very, very much so. Cheers
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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362 of 389  Sat 5th Jan 2019 4:49pm  
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I, as well as other members on this forum I am sure, thank you Philip for keeping us up to date about Pam's progress. What an ordeal to have to go through. She is from strong stock I bet, so you must tell her she is in our thoughts and you in her's too, so look after yourself. Wave Edited by member, 6th Jan 2019 4:01 pm
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PhilipInCoventry
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363 of 389  Sat 12th Jan 2019 10:07pm  
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Hi all Wave A Story. My Pam continues to receive loving care at UHCW. Her next Chemo dose is on Monday all being well. Anyway, life still goes on. I am so grateful to family & friends who are helping me keep home ship-shape. I still have my enjoyments, a bit of music & the odd shunt in the goods yard, as I call it. PS. You're all getting this burp, because I am waiting for the tumble drier to finish. Just prior to Christmas 1982, my Pam accompanied by our twelve year old Michael, trudged to Beatties model shop in B'ham to treat me to the first ever ready to run Manor loco. Bachmann 4-6-0, tender loco. Forty years on, & after receiving a major overhall last year, it itself trundled through Bramble Grove this evening. It's a fabulous runner to this day. Pam must have loved me then! I did a post about this loco on our model railway topic, but the subject of this post is my Pam. Wave See post 631 in Our World in Minature
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Gilly
Melbourne Australia
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364 of 389  Sat 12th Jan 2019 10:41pm  
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Wave It is good of you to keep us updated on Pam's progress Philip. We think about you and send our loving thoughts to you both every day. I do hope that you are taking great care of all Pam's teddies Wink Love and Hugs from Gilly and Les. Wave Wave
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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365 of 389  Sat 12th Jan 2019 10:54pm  
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Hi Gilly & Les, Wave Wave Wave All six hundred of them. Love from us too!! Cheers
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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366 of 389  Sun 13th Jan 2019 7:36pm  
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Hi all Wave With my care-home lady still in UHCW, I'm trying to be good & maintain some sort of order. I am helped by a weekly domestic help, who is fabulous.
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Helen F
Warrington
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367 of 389  Wed 16th Jan 2019 7:34pm  
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Thanks from me too for keeping us updated. Good to know that you're keeping up the standards. Smile Thinking of you both.
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PhilipInCoventry
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368 of 389  Thu 17th Jan 2019 6:37pm  
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Hi all Wave Pam is home but wired up with tube feed supplements. Lots of suitability assessments taking place over the coming days. It's lovely to have her home, even though she won't stop shouting at me, I keep getting it wrong. Love to you all Wave
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argon
new milton
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369 of 389  Thu 17th Jan 2019 8:45pm  
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Bad luck Philip, my wife keeps shouting at me but I just take my hearing aids out and then it doesn't bother me. Can't you borrow some hearing aids from a friend and then you can take them out and that might cure it. Happy
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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370 of 389  Fri 18th Jan 2019 2:43am  
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Aww, a little patience goes a long long way Philip. Wait till Pam runs her fingers along the picture rails, you haven't suffered enough yet! Seriously, lovely to see she is home again, so get your nurses outfit on and do your duty (I would like to see that) Lol A big WELCOME HOME PAM x
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Annewiggy
Tamworth
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371 of 389  Fri 18th Jan 2019 11:34am  
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Hi Philip. I expect she is feeling frustrated that she wants to get back to things herself and she is not able to. Let's hope it is not too long to the next stage where she is doing things and you are shouting at her not to do too much. Anyway, I am glad she is back home with you. Keep smiling. xx Wave Wave
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TonyS
Coventry
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372 of 389  Fri 18th Jan 2019 6:32pm  
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Just spotted your update! Great news Philip! What you need is a walk-talkie. That way you have no excuse for not hearing Pam when she wants you!
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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373 of 389  Tue 29th Jan 2019 4:11pm  
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Afternoon all Wave Pam is responding well to her treatment at present, shackled somewhat by tubes, but delighted to be home in Pam's cottage hospital in Holbrooks. That is something else we will have to add to our Hall Brooks railway. Hey!
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Helen F
Warrington
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374 of 389  Wed 30th Jan 2019 11:17am  
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PhilipInCoventry
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375 of 389  Thu 7th Feb 2019 3:26pm  
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Hi all Wave My Pam battles on day to day in her bed-sit lounge in Holbrooks. She was given her fourth Chemo on Monday morning at UHCW, which has knocked her so bad. We are currently being encouraged by medics, that her set-back since Monday is a direct consequence of the treatment, Chemo being described by one medical expert as an internal machine-gun, where each shell fired is an explosive in itself. I have never known her so ill since the four weeks prior to Christmas. Yet, she still gives me encouragement. She has always been my best asset. Going back to the beginning of last November, when the chief of oncology gave us the grimmest news imaginable, so bad that he could not give Pam daylight to see last Christmas Day, all Pam could do was to apologise to me for bringing this deluge onto me!! I ask you! What does loom large in both of our lives at present, is the kindnesses & love being shown to us both as we cope day to day. So please, we say a huge thank you to you, our friends, the medical staff, day nurses & so on, for helping us in this illness of Pam's. Wave
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