Father’s Day

This is something I wrote while I was having treatment for breast cancer

‘Today I had to go to hospital for treatment. As I’m fatigued and have ongoing pain in my back and legs I am still relying on other people to take me to appointments, often dad. 

I find going to hospital with dad very calming. I feel safe, I feel secure. 

I love my dad and he loves me. 

I’m so thankful for my dad’.

A blessing during the last few years has been that I’ve had more time with my parents than I would have had if I had been continuing as before. Of course my dad isn’t perfect, no-one is, but yesterday as we spent time together in the garden over a cream tea I felt incredibly thankful.

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