Dear Logbook, days after the first year of a new life.
My dear Diary, today I am writing to you with mixed feelings. Today should be a day of joy and happiness, to be able to say that for now I am still cancer free. But other events these days sadden my family and the environment.
In the face of my cancer. Now the analysis shows that all the values are as they should be, no value out of range and without symptoms that could indicate that the cancer has returned, which leads us to think that YES, I am still in remission. Which is always a reason for happiness. My doctor told me this on the phone a while ago. This time due to the pandemic I have not visited the KS.
The issue that saddens and worries us right now is because of the fuc… COVID. Something that all of us during the last 10-11 months is affecting us in daily discomfort or directly affecting their health or that of those who love.
From here, my Diary, I want to wish all the best to my mother, the woman I love so much, who is now fighting the bug. Mom, I love you, and I no longer wish in the world now that you can come home to Dad soon. It is very hard, today, the fact that admitted patients cannot receive visits. Which makes it very hard for them and for those of us around.
Today I think my Diary, that I do not write you much more. At least I just wanted to tell you about this bittersweet feeling. My Diary, in 3 months I will have another blood extraction, so I hope to write you then telling you how the samples come out. Perhaps I will write to you before, my Diary, to reflect the joy that I believe 100% will happen in a short time, that my mother and father are together again at home, and this pneumonia will be a bad moment in our lives and especially in theirs.
My Diary, nothing more for today. Just ask you, please, those who read me, continue to keep cautions. The day is still far off when thanks to vaccines, we can say that “what a rare and dangerous time we went through” because of COVID-19.