The Bell Ringing is a great way of saying "the treatment is done now, let me move on to the next part of my life."
I first met Molly only about 18 months ago, as she is Jenny's niece. She is a very tough cookie and has been through 1000 treatments over the last two or so of her 4 years.
I can't imagine what Molly's parents, Sarah and Matt have been through in that time, but I have seen the strict regime, discipline and resilience that they have needed to get through the process and admire them both for it.
The support, dedication and care of the various agencies, charities and nurses at both Great Ormond Street and St Peter's is a great thing to see.
Now Molly has got through the treatment, she can start living life without the restraints that her cancer treatment applied.
Congratulations Molly Moo, congratulations and enjoy your exciting future.
And now the "normal" diary update...
A very helpful young man told me that if I closed the account today, it would cost me £4n,nnn <actual figure redacted for a little protection>. I had expected about that figure so asked how we could clear it. I expected to hear "Bank Transfer", "BACS Payment", "Bank Cheque" or "Draft".
What I was told was that "If you have a card, we are authorised to take up to £60,000 over the telephone".
I had expected fanfares, cheering in the room, applause, pats on the back, streamers and party poppers, but no - 27 years with a mortgage albatross around my neck ended with me reciting 16 digits and an expiry date.
The nice young man did say "Congratulations on being mortgage free".
I thought that this is just a crazy world which I am inhabiting.
The Bank Pension has come up trumps even though I had not paid in anything for the passed 20 years.
At 60 I am mortgage free, so my major monthly payment is happily a thing of the past, and as a bonus I am also receiving a pretty reasonable monthly payment from the pension pot.
I have had some tricky times, especially in the aftermath of my STORM/IDS times, so without sounding like I am crowing, life is good at the moment.
Back to the catchup...
At last the decision is made and Arsene Wenger will leave the Emirates at the end of this season after 22 years.
Good luck and thank you for the good times, Sir.
Adieu, Dear Reader...
Let's be careful out there.