Wednesday, 18 February 2015
A spring in my step
I'm just back from the oncologist's and am pleased to report that my cancer is stable. In other words it isn't shrinking but it isn't growing either. So I will continue on my current treatment, capecitabine and lapatinib, and then have another CT scan in late April to see what my insides are up to. So, for now, I'm a happy bunny.
And spring time is just around the corner. There are snowdrops and crocuses and the beginnings of daffodils here in Shropshire. In fact, any local-to-Shropshie bods, if you'd like to see a kabillion snowdrops in one place and give to a worthy cause then come along to Winsley Hall this weekend (Sat 21st and Sun 22nd Feb) and stroll in the grounds for a fiver and see more snowdrops than you'll know what to do with. The money goes to the Lingen Davies Cancer Fund. More info on the snowdrop walk here and on the Lingen Davies Cancer fund here.
In other news I seem to have started a mini debate on Facebook about the correct way to eat a fish finger sandwich. The correct answer is, of course, with tomato sauce. I'm already aware, courtesy of the other-half, that some dimwits prefer brown sauce. In addition to this heresy, it seems some benighted souls think that mayo or tartare sauce are the way to go. I feel sorry for them all. But not nearly as sorry as I am for the person who has never tried the gourmet delight that is a fish finger sandwich. It really goes to show that the old cliche is true, there's always someone worse off than you are.