Yea, a phrase used by Our Catharine at tapas today. Nice huh? It was a heavy duty tapas with no need for dinner. Everyone brought amazing contributions to the menu. Sort of a mini Thanksgiving Dinner at the end of August.
Our Catharine and Our Jennifer accompanied me for the walk today and darn it we are just short of Ronsavalles, tomorrow then. It was beautiful with nice weather after the storm. Two people were killed in Western Washington during the storm by falling trees in the last few days.
Yea, the day was a goulash of possibilities. I was booked every minute with something. Catharine went with me to Mass early. Then a visit to my client who I have been repairing a deck. Then Jennifer and I went to visit a neighbor that also has a cancer hobby going, a Commando mission. Then off to an hour with Sister Joyce. Ah, Sister Joyce, what a joy getting my batteries recharged. Then back to walk the Camino clearing the trail through the woods of downed branches as we went. Wasn’t this supposed to be a day of rest?
Just as well that I keep busy. Tuesday I have a scan at the hospital to check on my innards. This is the part of my Cancer Camino that is the hardest for me personally, full of anxiety. I guess I am blessed that it is this minimal, just a few days of anxiety every three months. Yea, could be a lot worse.
Well there you have it, a day in the life of a Cancer Commando. Maybe have a couple of scrambled eggs before bed. Yup, always in your corner, Don Felipe.