Yeah I know, I haven't been around much/at all recently. A combination of Uni work, my job, the shitty weather and tonnes of other stuff has meant that blogging and attending events has been put on the back burner. If I'm honest, at first I was like, 'wow, this is great!' but now I'm starting to miss it a lot.
Those of you who have been following me for a while will know that I've been working really hard at Uni for the whole three years I've been there so far and I don't want that all to slip down the drain this year because of other things influencing me such as blogging etc. I'm hoping to take a masters in Human Resource Management next year too which is mega exciting.
Anyway, back to the actual point of this blog post. Those of you who follow me on twitter will know that earlier this week I received some heartbreaking news that literally meant my entire world seemed to crash down around me. Now I've had some information cleared up about it I wanted to sort of, 'share' it with those of you who I didn't private message/email about it.
Basically my Nan has been diagnosed with cancer. Now, I know that this happens to people every single day but I am closer to my Nan than I am my parents. I've never been so terrified in my whole life. Today I found out its something called Myeloma. I won't go into boring details about it all but Mum told me on the phone that it is treatable! Nan is going to have lots of bone marrow taken and stuff, and is going to be on Chemotherapy also.
Obviously that positive (not necessarily good) news was a huge, huge relief for me and regardless of whether Nan can be cured, I'm just over the moon that her illness can at least be treated and that she has a chance.
I'd like to thank absolutely everyone who has tweeted me, text me, got hold of me on facebook, or emailed me about this. I'm fully aware that I made a serious