Not been writing much of late, not had too much to say, been busy enjoying Christmas with family and friends.
My 2015 didn’t hold what I dreamed of pre-Lymphoma, but it was a good year and those dreams are just being held on to for future years.
No resolutions for me this year, but i am going to try out a memory jar in the new year. Starting on New year’s day i will fill it with good things that happen, laugh out loud moments, memories on special days, and happy memories made on those spontaneous days. Next new year I will crack open the jar and remind myself again of why life is so precious.
2015 doesn’t need a jar – my year started with some chemo and rads, but is ending on a high. Thanks to family and friends my year has been lovely.
Lots of things that made me smile in 2015-
Last chemo, end of radiotherapy, hobbit house getaway, Centre parcs, 30th birthday celebrations,Somerset trip, spa, Dirty Dancing, cocktails, back to work, Christines 30th, Cats 30th, Egypt, Laura’s wedding, Maria had baby Jack, Theo was born, became his proud godparents,ditched the wigs, first hair cuts, hair dyed, made over £700 at Macmillan coffee morning, Mum turned 60, Christine had baby Henrie, trip to Camden, Centre parcs spa with some of the girls, Zoo trip, murder mystery, Rome, Gemma had baby Olivia, Christmas with all the family, and I saved the best till last REMISSION!
All these things were wonderful but the people who factor in all of these things are the best part – Our family – our friends – new babies (love having cuddles)- colleagues, and of course – My hubby (cheesy but true he is my positive ray of light) – I wouldn’t be the person I am without having these people in my life, the support every one of them give is a blessing in itself.
I Will be continuing with lots of fundraising and volunteering in the new year, so keep and eye out and feel free to join in ❤
Happy New year all – see you in 2016!
- Its not about the things you have in life it’s about who we have ❤
- I’ll forever be thankful for the people around me xxx