I finished the last of my drugs this morning.

Today would have been a day in the chair, as it’s Wednesday on a week 3, but of course, I don’t have to do that any more. The first week 3 Wednesday since early February that I haven’t had to. I miss it in an odd way. It was actually quite good to be forced to sit and not do anything for a whole day, despite having to be plumbed in.

Now, of course, it’s back to work full time again, without having a few days to recuperate every three weeks. Better that than being ill, though.

Now it’s time to start thinking about what to do with the rest of my life. I need to have some serious thinking done by Christmas, I reckon. Maybe two weeks on Skye will be an ideal opportunity, who knows. Much depends on many things, though, especially the economy and how bad things are going to get. We still have a mortgage to pay, after all.

It must just be the 50th Birthday thing coming up next year that’s got me thinking like this. I wasn’t like this 10 years ago, but then we still had two children at home and you can’t afford to start thinking like this when you just have to get on and do stuff. Now, maybe, I can.

However, the big question must be “What do you want to do? What would you change in your life if you could? How would your life be better if you did change it?”

That’s three questions. Let’s tackle the first one first and come back to the other two if they don’t get answered by the answer of the first…

3 thoughts on “I finished the last of my drugs this morning.”

  1. That's great news Andy. Long may it continue. For myself I don't seem too successful thinking about momentous things on holiday – too many distractions if only the scenery plus my Digilux 2

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