Thank you so much to everyone who has supported my blog this year. Not as many posts as previous years but 2015 has brought many changes to my life. I wish you all a very Happy New year and may 2016 be the best ever…. may your dreams come true… Helen xxxx
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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 31,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
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Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas and New Year. May the Holiday Season bring you joy with family and friends and 2016 be the best year ever… Thank you for being part of this online community From Helen in Australia…. xxxxx
Cindy had a great Christmas celebration one year after her LNT…
“I attended the party and did not wear any compression. I’m attaching 2 photos. I also wore heels. It felt wonderful to feel the fabric of my clothing against my leg!! Polished my nails and put on a pair of heels. When I arrived home I had no visible swelling. Yay!!! The next day I immediately got into my compression again. My husband suggested I not wear the compression and see what happens. I can’t do that, I’ve gone through too much to get where I am today. Instead, I will periodically go with out compression. I think my leg looks great and it feels great too. Since having my surgery a year ago, I wear compression every day. I do not wear any compression when I go to bed. The only other significant change I made is that I dropped 7-10lbs before having the LVNT and have kept that weight off.” From Cindy
Thanks for sharing Cindy and for all the questions you answer and help you give others, have a great Christmas and New Year .. Helen
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Sharing this article that I posted on Life in a wheelchair. Chris is doing some great work in the cancer community so I wanted to share this with as many people as possible … Thanks Chris for giving me this opportunity