It has already been quite a week. I have spent my first night away from home since I returned from hospital. I went to London for the UKCLL Forum Executive Committee Meeting and stayed overnight at the Holiday Inn, Regent's Park. I can't commend it. The lavatory would not flush and a light bulb didn't function. At £136 a night one expects more.
I also attended the Clinical Meeting which was on CLL-like conditions, including SMZL, hairy cell leukemia, LGL leukemia and polyclonal B-cell proliferative disease.. I would name and shame the restaurant that I ate at, but I'm not quite sure which meal was responsible for my tummy upset.
The good news is that I had a CT scan yesterday and there is no progression from last December.
This is the latest photo of our new grandchild. She is beginning to take notice of what is going on now.
Our daughter took the new baby up to see my 90-year old mother so here we have her with her great-grandmother.
We were meant to visit my eldest son and his family at the weekend, but that had to be postponed because they had some plague or other in the house. Happily it seems to have cleared now.
Mr Darling presented his pre-election budget yesterday. It was supposedly a soak the rich to help the poor budget. In a way it was disillusioning since I am no longer rich enough to have been affected by it in any way.
I notice that Obama-care passed in America. NICE is next.