“Save it for a….” a/ bandage to staunch a spurting arterial bleed. b/ hat to put on your head as protection against molten lava belching from Krakatoa. c/ a rainy day. It’s not easy, I know, but then again £56, 000 was at stake. And so, after a bit of head scratching, about a million phones will ring to claim the money. We all know how this works but why is it so successful? The public’s yearning for “money for nothing”, otherwise known as mindless greed, is the answer. I offer this without the a, b or c option to save you money on your phone calls. My savage breast needed calming, and music wasn’t going to do it. It surprised me that my breast was so savage, and I had to check with Google that it wasn’t a savage beast that needed calming, but it was indeed my breast. Making food, taking pictures and writing can calm my breast so I did all three. Apples, apricot jam and puff pastry were a, b, and c.