We saw our consultant on Thursday who is was really pleased to see Daisy had made such progress after last Friday. He is now totally confident we will be able to continue with her treatment on Wed 25th April. This is just the best news we could have had simply because they were not prepared to give more chemo until Daisy had gained weight. Over the last 10 days we’ve been struggling to achieve the weight gain needed as she’s been on different antibiotics for her wound infection, possibly had a general stomach bug and obviously been recovering from a huge operation all at the same time. It’s likely Daisy will need another drug to help digestion but as we stand at the moment she is improving significantly day on day and has been well enough to eat a couple of Easter eggs, visit friends with Daddy overnight and, of course, welcome the new puppy. What a huge breath of fresh air having a bundle of fluff around making us all laugh. We are all besotted with Fidget and she’s fitting in brilliantly with the others. Charlie (brown one) isn’t the brightest and just doesn’t seem to fathom Fidget’s size and stares at her all the time; very entertaining. Daisy and Luciano played all afternoon on Friday with them all amongst the new trees in the Hoo Haa (our new patch of garden that silly Harry said was a Ha-ha; have Googled it and it’s not) I sat watching them and took hundreds of photographs and it was just wonderful to see her so happy, having a great time being normal. Just what we all need and long may it continue! Thank you again to Ray for the puppy and to Jayne who brought her round. I keep putting beer behind the bars of all the local pubs for Ray but he says I’ve got to stop it now. He’s not a man you can buy anything for! I think a thank you card, a photo and a happy, trained dog will suffice.