The Diagnosis:

My aunt has was told she had cancer whilst I was in Africa. 2 days ago she was told it was terminal.

You try and look at it in positive ways: she can do all the things she hasn’t found time to yet, we can spend more quality time together, all sorts. It doesn’t really change the fact that in a few months or years my aunt will no longer be at the end of the phone/ dancing round the garden with me/ drinking wine in my kitchen; but it does mean that I can tell her how much I love her, how much she means to me and how much she has shaped my life everyday and for that I am thankful.

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About Jefner

Hi! I'm Jen, thanks for stopping by. I hope you find some things you're interested in. I'm a compulsive day dreamer and people watcher, if I could, I would spend most of my life in a coffee shop drinking coffee, reading books, writing and people watching. I write letters, a lot, and sometimes I send vegetables in the post too. I'm a bit of an outdoor activities junkie and have kayaking and canoeing running through my blood! I like going away on adventures, exploring new places and meeting new people. Enjoy.

2 responses to “The Diagnosis:

  1. Oh, I’m so sorry Jen. I’m sending my thoughts and prayers and love to your aunt, you, and the whole family.

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