Tuesday marked the first interesting thing to happen on the Conservative campaign.
In news which delighted journalists and the other eleven people following political Twitter, Theresa May appeared to break from her controlled mantra and actually announce something at a press conference.
Or in this instance, un-announce something she'd announced four days earlier.
On Thursday, the Conservatives launched their 2017 manifesto. It contained a promise to change the way social care provision was funded.
The Tories proposed making the elderly pay for their social care, changing the threshold for means testing from £23,250 to £100,000.
However, for this threshold would no include the value of a person's property.
In the event a person needed long term care, for instance if they were to suffer dementia, the cost of that would be paid for by them down to their last £100,000 in their pockets.
May then used today's Welsh Conservatives event to announce there would be an upper limit on how much a person would contribute to their own social care costs.