Oh Hannah, my eyes are welling up at work as I read this.
My heart goes out to you and your sister and family...She is still so young.
I say to myself often "but my mum is only 63!".
I guess Cancer is not ageist by any means but we all think illness only happens to the old.
I also think its funny how sickness and tragedy in a family can bring a family so much closer together.. My sister who is generally known to be a bit of a drama queen has been very stoic and strong...I am not doing the best right now in talking to my family.
In fact, I prefer not to talk about it at all the past 2 days with family and friends and have guiltily avoided my siblings phone calls..I just needed a rest from it and I feel weak for that.
I will be back on the horse today and will call them all and see where we are all at in this..
Thanks for the words.
Our situations do sound so similar in that we are both so new to this.
I am so glad to hear that your sister is learning to walk again. That sounds like real progress. Do they give you some kind of guideline as to when she will be home?
I may take you up on your pm offer