I was up at 0400hrs – blood from me Inch and rear quarters again. Got missen sorted, cleaned and antiseptically creamed. (Sound awful dunnit? But it’s alright… honest.)
Did me ablutions of all types and down the stairs and put the laptop on.
Back upstairs to the WC.
Back downstairs, put kettle on, took rubbish out, then had a cuppa and went on internet… for a few minutes until BT connection started playing up again. Tsk!
I place an order with Morrison’s for delivery twixt 0630 > 0730 in the morning. I used my £15 off Voucher.
I was going to the launderette, Nottingham Hospice charity shop, then QMC Anticoagulation (Warfarin level) blood test unit today – but I had some dizzy spells whilst sat down this morning. So I decided to call at the NHS Call-in centre and get appointment for the doctor. When I go there first (before the GPs surgery), they usually call the surgery and get me a quicker appointment.
I’ll take me stuff to the Age Concern charity shop today instead, because it’s on the way to the NHS centre in town.
Got missen lookin’ pretty and smelling nice, and set off on the walk into town.
I called in on the way at the launderette, had a chat with Mandy and Big John.
On me walk, I noticed how appealing some of the properties were on Mansfield Road, and took a couple of photo’s of them. I think these properties are why Nottingham City Council call it ‘Nottingham City – The Queen of the Midlands’ (Hehehe!)
I realised as I got in town, that I had not got me mobile with me, and considered having it with me as most important and needed, in the event of my getting mugged again, or collapsing and it being there to call for help!
So I called in the O2 shop on Clumber Street to see how much a Pay-as-you-go phone would cost me. But no one moved when I entered the shop, just gave me suspicious looks?
So I limped over to Victoria Shopping Centre and called in the first mobile shop I came to ‘Phones 4 U’, and was approached on entry by a chap who immediately reminded me of ‘Private Walker’ from ‘Dads Army’ Nudge nudge, wink wink type like!
Anyway, he soon got sorted with a phone for £9.95, set it up and got it going like for me. I bought £20 air-time I think they call it, so got it all for £29.95. Even if he was a little unenthusiastic about it. So now, I can keep it in me bag all the time, and know if I do forget me main one, I’ll have a life-line. (5p a minute) All I’ve got to do, he says, is make one call a month. What do you think? Did I do right?
So off the charity shop and donated me bits.
Then to the NHS centre. Bless ‘em, they got me an appointment for the morning with the GP.
Then I was off to catch the bus to the hospital.
Read a bit of me Eric Morecome book en route. The sunshine is out now, so in celebration I took a photo of the entrance.
They soon saw to me, and I was out (Raining now) and in the queue for Bulwell bus.
Arrived in Bulwell, limped off the bus (Me knees had stiffened during the ride)
The crap Market was on today. I went in the pound shop to get some weed-killer.
Then a walk to the cheapo shop, but they had nowt worth bothering about in again.
Then to Fultons Frozen Food shop, and got another pack of the microwave sausages. (Oh I do love em!) I hope I can get me frozen lollies in the freezer that I ordered for tomorrow. (Yer see, any normal person, would not have bothered to share that with you would they – Worrying innit?)
Mobility scooters were around in number today… oh dear.
I limped to the bus station to catch the 17 back to the flea-pit, big queue. Read more of Eric Morecombe book.
Dropped off at Carrington, walked to the hovel.
Put kettle on, started laptop.
Had a search for me mobile – no luck yet, but I’m sure I saw it earlier this morning.
Started to do this blog.
Found mobile in bathroom. Why I didn’t think earlier of looking between the shaving foam and fresh air sprays I’ll never know. I’m glad I did though, because I also found me spare glasses.