kiwiinoz wrote:Hi All
6 years ago I purchased a new house. As part of that purchase my wife insisted I get the persistent bleeding that the doctors kept telling me was due to a myriad of reasons that had me doing tests for 6 months. I was able to get a colonoscopy, woke up to find out I had cancer, did a ct scan, found out it was stage IV, and then cancelled the purchase of that house.
A few months ago it came onto the market again, so more than 5 years after diagnosis my wife and I purchased it, and are moving in tomorrow.
I was certainly not thinking about moving for a long time as my mind was on beating the 2 year prognosis I was given, but as time has moved on, I find myself almost forgetting I was a cancer patient and resuming a normal life.
Thankful to currently be in this position.
kiwiinoz wrote:She woke me up at 4:00 AM this morning after our cat decided to lick her face with his sandpaper tongue.
kiwiinoz wrote:We moved from a small unit (apartment or condo in the US I guess?) of about 1,000 square feet to a really old terrace built in 1890 which is probably about 2,500 - 3,000 square feet and we got rid of all our modern furniture prior to moving. She was out measuring, comparing swatches, discarding ideas and getting new ones and I feel like this move has made us closer together. We have moved from cancer life to a new life and I really enjoy seeing her gaining her vitality back. Our relationship is now back to being much more balanced so I feel we are in a much better place.
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