Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Where's Wally?

'Most people who don't know you will think you're dead' said one of my best friends during a dinner party last weekend and although I felt it was a little dramatic, it did make me feel very guilty about the way I abandoned this blog so suddenly, leaving most people out there without any sort of closure as to my fate!

I hope no one is actually holding their breath for me but just in case, let me assure that everything is fine on my side.

As I mentioned on my last post , my treatment didn't work second time around either and I was advised by my doctors to stop it. I've seen the doctors since then and they've assured me my liver is coping well with the viruses and some new drugs are being trialled as we speak so hopefully in a couple of years I'll be able to try a new treatment. Until then I just need to take care of myself and allow life to go on.

And I have! Apart from the temporary numbness after the bad news, I haven't let this setback affect my life at all. I completed the marathon as promised [click here if you don't believe me!] and with your help managed to raise a grand total of £2328.97 for charity. I had a great summer and I'm looking forward to bigger and better things in my life.

Living with Hep doesn't have to be difficult and since Mr B and Mr C are sticking around for a while, it seems, I'm going to ensure that they affect my life as little as possible.I won't make any promises about the blog this time but I am keeping my eye out for helpful info that I can start indexing here again and I also have a few more ideas for the immediate future of this blog so look out for that.

In the meantime, if you miss me too much, follow me on twitter .
Stay safe and remember to get tested!


A Growing Obsession said...

Inspirational as ever... fingers crossed that you get back to blogging regularly. Stay healthy x

Anonymous said...

Amazing about the run! I did believe you but still had to do the click here! see you soon x

Bertie Vogts said...

Amazing achievement the marathon in any circumstances, you have a positivity that I struggle to have about anything other than sausages and lager (preferably enjoyed together). You're too modest to point out those kids stealing the energy drinks, thereby leaving you somewhat drained for a big proportion of the race!

Your next challenge? To run pole to pole... naked.

Joshua said...

I previously did not believe you had completed the marathon so thanks for the proof ;) I will not ask for my money back now. Thanks for these blogs they have been great. I hope fellow hep positive people were able to read them and hope the future brings new medical solutions. x

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