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First Market Day

It’s Friday morning and I’m up earlier than I have been for a long time. I’m stretching out the aches and sluggishness of my chemo ravaged body, yet I feel optimistic about the day ahead as I pack my healthy lunch. Today I will be selling my Bear Oracles at the first Made In Assynt market of the season, and this marks a turning point for me. This week is the first week of my life post chemo and I’m taking small steps to returning to work. So my wares are packed into the car and the bright morning sun is blinding as I drive to the village hall. When I walk through the door I feel the old familiarity of the routine of setting up, seeing friends I haven’t seen all winter, and the mingled smell

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