This is me back in the race again – it has been 2 hectic week with “friendly work” and dreadful cold – plus I had a girlfriend visit over the weekend. I took a bit longer than expected, because of the cold. But HERE I’m.
You may have read my earlier post about me mixing up appointments and hospitals for a couple of weeks ago – on 5th was it time again to go to Malmö with my problems with urinary incontinence – that is caused by removing most of my female parts and the radio therapy, so high as 60% of us women that has been treated for any gynecological cancer will get this problem, but also men that has been treated for prostate cancer
So we get great support in this matter and 4 times per year we get to meet experts and being checked up on progress. Fantastic support really – I have done a post about this demon; 60% gets it … 80% suffers in silence; incontinence
This time I went to the right hospital and the right clinic – on the train for 35 min, only 3 stops.
Malmö Central got a face lift and a tunnel under city for train 2 years ago plus 3 new stations; Modern, beautiful, clean and very urban. Malmö is the 3th biggest city in Sweden. As you can see from my photos are the station spotless clean – same for all station in Malmö.
So I decided to catch the urban feel in Malmö at the station, Triangle and the hospital. This is my catch.
The meeting went well, even if my problems has increased the last 2 months – but I have to do my checkup first at the maternal clinic in Lund first and have to have a meeting with Radio Therapy side effect’s team, which happen last week.
As music cloud have I chosen LL Cool J, Ratchet, that belongs to the category Hiphop and that’s very urban music, what I understand.
“Love will wreck your heart like a derailed train.
So choo-choose your partner wisely. ”
Who is “Fader Gunnar” ????
“Gunnar Rosendal, born April 4, 1897 in Grevie Township, Kristianstad County, died December 26, 1988 in Kristianstad, was a Swedish clergyman and theologian. Through his books in the series “Church Renewal” (8 books) Rosendal was a key figure in the High Church revival of the Swedish Church during much of the 1900s, and the driver of the pastoral liturgical renewal around morning service with communion.
Rosendal was an eccentric person. In his community and among his friends accused him often as “father, Gunnar,” and under this name he became nationally famous. Theologically, he was criticized mainly by the national church movement, which argued that Rosendal and high ecclesiasticism too much oriented church life of worship and prayer.” – text; sv.wikipedia.org
Photo provided by and thanks to: se.wikipedia (Fader Gunnar) & guardian.co.uk (LL Cool J)