The last few months Viki has shared with us, her story week to week. Here is the next part.
“Things were scary with Covid. The world was changing things were closing and people where dying. The uncertainty and not knowing what was happening was starting to weigh on me.
My chemo was in full force and trying to keep up with remote learning and taking care of me was proving to be a challenge. There were days I wanted to cry and not get out of bed, but I had to fight and continue. I wasn’t someone who gave up that easy.
My Family were amazing, my work family and all our zoom catch ups were a life savour. I spent a lot of time with my little man and walking together became our thing. It was our reward after school stuff was done and dusted. We walked for very long periods and he loved it. This coming from a kid who hated walking for even 3 min lol.
There were days I could barely move my legs, but his smile kept me going. We had little adventures on our walks and these uncertain times bought us closer than ever. A few weeks had passed and I was due for my MRI. This was the most important one yet; if things had not changed, surgery was next on the list and that was something that terrified me the most…”
– Viki (TF Staff, Community Liaison Consultant)
….Stay tuned for what happened next, coming up next week….