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Old 28th August 2019, 14:03   #148211
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same here Jeff.

Kill it, not talking to you any more , and Iím telling uncle George.



LOL If my missus or daughter saw that they'd head to the hills .....Hmmm!


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Afternoon, bored shotless waiting for a fridge to be delivered. Going into the shed for veg etc. Best Currys/PCWorld can do is say it'll be delivered between 7am and 7pm

Saw my GP about paracetamol, she was going to make enquiries and call me. Interesting call, told me more than the liver "specialist" did. I have scarring on the liver which has been labelled as cirrhosis but the liver function is perfectly normal and provided I'm careful there's no reason why that would change . . . . "specialist" never said any of that. Also, as the liver function is perfectly normal there's no problem taking a couple of paracetamol in the mornings.

That's better news to hear from your Doc than the specialist told you Steve.



The joy of waiting for a delivery I've just ordered some slip on trainers! Flamin' ninja cats have chewed a hole in my other comfy shoes I never knew such a thing as slip on trainers existed because bending to tie my shoes is out these days
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Old 28th August 2019, 14:07   #148212
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Old 28th August 2019, 14:19   #148213
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That's better news to hear from your Doc than the specialist told you Steve.
To be honest I'm not overly impressed with the specialist, its him who blurted out "Oh, that's worse than I was expecting" while carrying out a scan a while ago

The fridge has landed! In position but can't switch it on til its had time to settle, be around 5.
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Old 28th August 2019, 15:01   #148214
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Afternoon, bored shotless waiting for a fridge to be delivered. Going into the shed for veg etc. Best Currys/PCWorld can do is say it'll be delivered between 7am and 7pm

Saw my GP about paracetamol, she was going to make enquiries and call me. Interesting call, told me more than the liver "specialist" did. I have scarring on the liver which has been labelled as cirrhosis but the liver function is perfectly normal and provided I'm careful there's no reason why that would change . . . . "specialist" never said any of that. Also, as the liver function is perfectly normal there's no problem taking a couple of paracetamol in the mornings.
Congratulations Steve in achieving normal liver blood results. You must be doing something right, give yourself a treat, you deserve it
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Old 28th August 2019, 17:04   #148215
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Flamin' ninja cats have chewed a hole in my other comfy shoes
I can see what they were thinking ... trying to save you money with their very own creation of a pair of Jimmy Chew shoes.
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Old 28th August 2019, 17:55   #148216
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I can see what they were thinking ... trying to save you money with their very own creation of a pair of Jimmy Chew shoes.

LOL Nice one.
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Old 29th August 2019, 00:16   #148217
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You are a stalwart in your family Richard. Fingers crossed for you and yours.
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Old 29th August 2019, 07:04   #148218
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Morning all.

Misty start to the day. But the sun is starting to break through.
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Old 29th August 2019, 08:11   #148219
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Morning all, another nice day here although a little cooler this morning.
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Old 29th August 2019, 09:37   #148220
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G'day fellas - it's a lot cooler this morning, and better for it. I need to put the caravan spare wheel back into its cradle, and re-fit it under the 'van - not the easiest of jobs as anyone who has done it will agree. I had to take it out and take the wheel to the garage yesterday as the valve had developed a crack where it sits in its recess in the wheel and was leaking air.
Nice to find an old fashioned garage who removed the tyre from the rim, fitted a new valve and refitted the tyre - £9.26 !!
If that had been one of the major tyre chains it would have been a "new tyre needed Sir - and you should really have two new ones fitted to the road wheels, so that all three tyres are identical"
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