Happy Weekend :-)
I woke up feeling pretty good today. Lots of energy and not too much pain and stiffness.
There actually wasn't a queue at the car park - but it still turned out to be full and we couldn't see anyone coming out. So, I went into Reception while Nathan parked up further away, again.
How great is that? They certainly try to do everything to look after you.
She gave me a folder full of information and a list of the drugs they send home with you when you've had your chemo. These are mainly anti-sickness drugs and injections (if you feel really sick you can call a nurse to come and administer that) She did put my mind at rest about what would happen and how long it would take. I was worried about the sickness thing - I hate being or feeling sick. (Give me pain anyday!) But they go to great lengths to stop that - as it is easier to prevent it in the first place than treat it once it starts.
|Look at those posh stacked chips!|
So I came out much happier and not dreading it quite so much!
I felt so good that I suggested that we go out for lunch. We went to the Noah's Ark, as I like the two white lions outside the door. I'd also heard that the food was great.
I had a very nice chicken and ham pie and Nathan chose the Linguine with meatballs. It was delicous - but neither of us had room for a sweet! It felt great to be doing something normal again.
You'll never guess what I watched this afternoon. My dad texted me to say that Son of Mask was on Film 4. So - there was a sequal - except it had nothing much to do with the original - apart from the mask! Here's what IMDb says:
"Tim Avery, an aspiring cartoonist, finds himself in a predicament when his dog stumbles upon the mask of Loki. Then after conceiving an infant son "born of the mask", he discovers just how looney child raising can be."
It was quite amusing :-)