Monday, September 22, 2014

Mesothelioma Grief, Death and dying talk at University and my CT scans today

This morning up early and on the road about 10am heading to Latrobe University, Bundoora Campus to give a talk on mesothelioma and grief, death and dying.  We had been given clear instructions to report to the Gatehouse and free parking was arranged near the building where I gave my talk.  We did not expect to see so many huge carparks and after a quick lap of the road around the university we found the Gatehouse.  A huge university campus!

My talk with questions and answers lasted just over an hour to third year degree health allied students who are studying a wide range of health studies.  All were very interested in being made aware of asbestos education as well.  Thank you to the tutor and students.

After drinking 1.5 litres of water my CT scans were scheduled mid afternoon - a good scan with dye injected.  Results in Melbourne Friday afternoon to follow.

On the way home we called in to surprise our little great grandson who turned 6 today.

Tomorrow is going to be a beautiful warm and sunny 26C degrees.

To all the mesothelioma warriors doing it tough at the moment my heart is with you and sending love and strength your way.

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