Funeral arrangements are progressing… It is clear that we will be tight on time to keep everything within the allotted time and so, to help with that, I have booked the chapel from 1.30pm for the 2pm service. So that we might make a very prompt start at 2pm can I ask that everyone get there in … Continue reading Funeral Update – Prompt Start at 2pm
I was reluctant to send out another email before the funeral but I am really struggling with getting my head around how many people might attend. Of course, Sally and I would want everyone to attend that wishes to attend. That is not at all the issue. The issue is that I am being asked … Continue reading Funeral and Reception Numbers?
It is with deepest sadness that I must inform you that Sally Buswell passed away peacefully and in comfort on 29th February 2016 at the age of 60. My loving and devoted wife. We were married for 19 years and lived in Plymouth. Funeral services will take place on Wednesday 23rd March at Weston Mill Cemetery and … Continue reading Sally Buswell – Funeral Announcement
I have started a Tribute page for Sally. http://sally.buswell.muchloved.com/ I am hoping that everyone that knew her might add your stories, pictures etc there. Sally was such a wonderful person I am sure that we all have some stories and anecdotes to tell. You can upload pictures, music and video and light a virtual candle … Continue reading A Tribute to Sally Buswell
Sally lost her battle with breast cancer last night and passed away over night peacefully and comfortably. I will post more details when I can find time but as you’d expect there is a lot of things to attend to immediate. However, this is not the end of the blog and I know there are … Continue reading Sally has lost her battle with cancer
There is no spinal cord compression. So, plan of action is radiotherapy to help with pain. Possibly today or tomorrow.
This is a belated post to ensure that the blog has a complete record of events. This was posted originally as a page and not a post so I have added it retrospectively. Just back from the hospital. Sal is OK and exhausted and still hallucinating from the dexamethasone. This will be the case for … Continue reading Sally – A Quick Update
What a couple of days. Firstly, I apologise for the late post. I said I would post Friday but as you will see… events rather over took me. After spending a night in the MAU Sal was transferred to Brent Ward. This was good news a this is the cancer ward and it is much … Continue reading Crickey! I Don’t Know Where to Start
Well, given the past few days of continued breathing issues and her worsening lower back pain she was this afternoon transferred to Derriford. They have xrayed her chest already and taken blood for tests. Tomorrow she will have a ultrasound on her lungs and her tummy (they are looking for fluid for both), an doppler … Continue reading Sal Back in Derriford Hospital
I am just back from the hospice after being there all day. I feel exhausted. Until Sal improves she is not well enough to receive visitors Sally’s breathing over the past few days has been getting worse. It is now so bad that she can barely get out of bed at all and even lying motionless in … Continue reading Sally’s Breathing is Getting Worse