The sun is out

Since my diagnosis I’ve looked at the sun and sunbathing in a different way. I used to be a sun worshiper. Whenever I had the chance I would lay in the sun. I wouldn’t tan, just burn and peel. I never learned. Until now.

As the weather is glorious in the UK, I watch on social media numerous posts of people sitting in their garden, soaking up the rays. I’ve seen some posts of people showing off their tan lines and even their sunburns. I watch and I feel sick. Just because this was me. Even up until last year. I knew the warnings, but I refused to listen. Maybe it’s too late for me. Don’t let it be too late for you.

I won’t let this happen again.
At least my arms are covered. 🤦🏼‍♀️

One thought on “The sun is out

  1. What an absolutely amazing blog and inspiration you are, I am a 48 year old man from near Liverpool crying my eyes out, your story and poems are a so poignant. You are a beautiful person in and out regardless of your scars, keep on battling, keep on writing but most of all keep on being you. Your beautiful family obviously adore you, so keep on keeping on.
    XxxxTonyxxxx

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