Woodstuck: a little light relief

This is a cop out, but hopefully an entertaining one.  They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so hopefully a video is worth at least a blog post.

You heard it here first people: chemo sucks.  As I near the end of Week 2, Cycle 2, I can tell you with complete honesty that it really is pretty unpleasant.  That is, of course, just speaking for myself and my personal Carbo/Taxol cocktail.  I have now had the delightful luck to become allergic to the Taxol, so I had a very exciting reaction during my last chemo session, resulting in being very much the centre of attention for a little while (typical second child), and being in hospital from 11:30 until 9:00 pm.  The lights genuinely turned off around us.

We have also had a repeat of our A & E trip to Chelsea and Westminster during this cycle – another high temperature meant we didn’t have a choice.  Fortunately they are very friendly there so it wasn’t too bad and I managed to have all the tests and be out the same day.  How else would you want to spend a sunny Tuesday, anyway?!

So, amongst all of this junk, I thought it would be pleasant to look back on something more light hearted.  My boyfriend just stumbled upon this charming video from a little while ago which I thought I’d share with you.

I don’t think there’s much need for introduction.  This was during a day at the Royal Marsden a few weeks before my rediagnosis.  We had some spare time and popped down to Made in Chelsea favourite Brompton Food Market for a coffee.  Well, it seemed like a good idea, but perhaps this shows that I really can’t be taken anywhere.  Enjoy!

Caroline x

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