Had a number of radio-active injection scans in Oxford the other day. About three weeks to get the results of their interpretation of them. Meantime I am now on 9 different medications a day, rattling like a baby rattle when I walk.
Hope your news is all good, at least waking up every morning is encouraging. Did I mention my daughter is due to present a grandson for me at the end of March?
Snow has been evident here for a few days and it's due to come back over the weekend. Didn't see any for last ten years in Spain except on top of Sierra Nevada which I can see from near my house there. Had plenty of time to mess about with my credit-card computer and a few tablets I bought to keep the brain cells working.
Best to you and yours and let me know your news.
Perhaps I was a little obscure but I was referring to a recent ex member who it seemed would never be happy, particularly with others. As he has now been recently moved on the "problem" of keeping him happy no longer exists. Anyway Rob, all the best to you. -
They let me out of hospital for Christmas and will write to me telling me when they want me back.
Had a bit of fun with my granddaughter helping her to play with her presents. Hope yours was good and wishing you a prosperous and happy new year.
I think she'll forgive you. She went from being robsoles' girlfriend to being royal prince robsoles' girlfriend. I'm sure that counts for something.
I'll keep that in mind. I'm starting to fool around w/WordPress, Drupal and will give Joomla a chance since I know somebody to bug.. -er, I mean get pointers from
Not unless my computer decided that a piccy of you would be too traumatic to view and redacted it!
Awaiting an appointment for an MRI following my indeterminate CT scan - it's either a clot or a tumour.
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