Back to normality – sort of – 1st September 2019

This week was very much a normal week, working all week and getting back into the swing of things as summer now is slowly coming to an end. Today I even had to dig out a light jumper! I had the joy of going to an art class on Friday afternoon, which was a special summer class. I really enjoyed myself and it was very relaxing.

Last night I met a with a friend to have an drink at one of our local cafes and much to my surprise another friend joined us – I think it has been around 4 months since we were all together, so it was a lovely evening sitting outside drinking rose. Thankfully not a late night as I’m not getting enough sleep at the moment.

Cancer update – tomorrow will be the half way mark for chemo. I’m dreading it but it is nice to finally get to the half way mark, I also have a friend’s wedding to look forward to at the end of the month and I’ve now got my outfit sorted, so that is something that I’ve enjoyed doing.

I must admit being half way on my chemo journey is starting to make me think about where I want to go, especially between chemo and radio and then after I’ve finished my chemo – it is hard to think about what to do during the winter months in Europe – January and February aren’t the best times to travel! Welcome to any suggestions.

Below I have a couple of photos of one of friends and Pat both trying to outdo each other! Let’s just say that they both realised that they are not as young as they once were!

For now, à bientôt, from our wonderful part of France – Delia


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