The border at our garage is rotten so it needed to be changed.
So here he is, my husband in his real element.
The carpenter ;-)
His radiation and cytostatic treatment is over for this time, so now he has one month of recreation before a new period will start with cytostatic and injections with his own tumor that they have made some kind of vaccine of. It’s a new kind of treatment that they are testing in Lund on brain tumor patients. Hopefully it will do some benefit on the bad glioma tumor that he has.
As you can see he’s feeling fine at the moment and he also tolerated the hard treatment very good. The most tiring for him was the daily trips to Lund, 220 km (136,70 miles) back and forth, by taxi to the radiation treatments every weekday for six weeks.
He's a real fighter that man. I just hope that it will be like this for a long, long, long... time!
HAVE A NICE DAY AND TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER.
YOU NEVER KNOW HOW LONG YOU WILL BE GOING AT THIS WONDERFUL GLOBE!