I have some important life lessons I'd like to share with you. No need to thank me.
Do not be fooled by initial appearances. Just because a certain three-legged monster cat, aka Cyril, went all kissy kissy for two seconds with a foster kitten, do not be deceived. I had high hopes that this meant that he was happy to mix with other mogs. I should've known better seeing as his hobby is fighting all the neighbourhood cats very loudly, very late at night. Anyway after this promising first encounter Cyril went all growly and grumpy. So, unfortunately, there'll be no adopting of a bucket load of kittens at Discombobulated Towers and Cyril will continue to rule the roost. Rest assured the kitten is now in his proper adoptive home and having the life of riley (away from stroppy three-legged monster cats).
Watch your mouth (or in this case the laughter than comes out of it). Yesterday, feeling wiped out by chemo, I lay in bed half the morning dozing while the other-half braved the supermarket. He returned some hours later barely able to stagger to the door. Apparently he'd dropped his wallet at the checkout and when bending to pick it up his back gave out. To mark the occassion he yelled "Oh fuck" at the top of his voice. He then had to apologise to nearby shoppers. When he told me this, I laughed. Not a wise response given the amount of pain he was in. I think I've just about been forgiven.
Things never get any easier. I had a CT scan a couple of days ago. So I'm now in the scary limbo land (probably a couple of weeks) of waiting to find out if this chemo is working. If it isn't, I'm not sure what's next, or indeed how many more treatment options I've got. So it's scanxiety time. Yes again. I won't go on and on about it as I've said it all before.
Anyway, right now I'm feeling fine, I've even had the hoover out today (much to Cyril's disgust, mind you he doesn't see it very often). So head in the sand and onwards and upwards.