Sunday 30th November 2014
I forced myself to raise-up and into imitation life at 0530hrs.
Made a mug of Thompsopn’s Punjana Tea – gorgeous!
Got the things ready for me visit to Sister Jane and Brother-in-law Pete.
Wash and brush-up taking place (A mammoth task!).
Oh dear me… blood coming from ‘Little Inchy!’ Applied the Betamethasone corticosteroid cream and crossed me fingers!
I set off on me walk into town to catch the West Bridgford bus.
Pete rang as I was taking a photograph of another part of Mansfield Road about half a mile from the City Centre to confirm I’m to meet him at the Co-op on Central Avenue in West Bridgford.
Caught the bus and met Pete, nice to see him looking so good. We had a natter and walked to his palace… house.
Jane was having a bit of bother with her tummy again, I gave them some nibbles and pain gel and tablets.
The cats (Apart from Fooey who slept through me visit) ignored me professionally as cats do.
We had a good chinwag, and arranged to meet Pete on Wednesday in the city centre, where he is going to do a bit of skating on the ice-rink. I’d have a go as well… but I don’t want to embarrass him like. (Ahem!) That is if it all goes okay tomorrow with me INR level tests.
Took a photo of Sister Jane, after asking her to wear a straw hat that I am fond of seeing her in. She reluctantly agreed bless her.
I bidded them farewell and caught a bus into town.
Walked into Victoria Centre (Very busy today), and called at a shop selling cheapo Lion bars at 4 for a quid and purchased some to add to the nibbles for the haematology nurses tomorrow.
As I was on my way out of the centre I saw my first shoplifters of the season being unwillingly being arrested and removed by the Police Ossifers.
When I got to the Carrington bus-stop, opposite I noticed Corel Bookmakers next to Cope’s Jewellers – and for some reason took a photo of them – I’m blowed if I can remember why now?
No doubt something deep, witty, creative, satirical and /or brilliant caused me to do this… but what?
Caught the bus to Carrington and dropped off at the Co-operative Society shop next to the Pancho Chip shop – and I felt sure I could taste the roast pork slices I bought there the other day?
It was beginning to get a little murky early as I walked along the road and turned into Muggers Alley on my way back to the hovel.
Got in WC’d and made some sandwiches and a cuppa.
Got the laptop working and Coreldraw9 opened quickly, the Chrome opened without any problems too!
The angina playing up a tad.
Updated and finished this Diary as the eyelids became heavy…
9 thoughts on “Inchcock Today: Sunday 30th November 2014”
You get out and around! I haven’t ventured outside our property lines for 3 days now. I like your “Cope, Cope, Coral” photo. It’s kind of like a chant.
I suppose they are handily placed for the locals.. a bookies to throw your money away and a jewellers to rob and get some back?
I think you need to tie a tourniquet around Little Inchy to stop that bleeding! Or you’re gonna have to start wearing “ladies’ days” supplies. And not even the ladies like wearing those! 🙁 Great photos! I’m glad you avoided the kangaroo burger stand today.
No burgers of that sort fer me gal!
I’ve started using the Betamethasone corisoid cream again now its leaking one more, but I’ve only a few days supply left.
Not too bad at all this morning though, only a few spots.
🙁 It’s time for this to stop! What does your doctor say?
She tried for four weeks to stop it without any luck, then sent me to the GUM clinic who failed for four weeks to stop it, I went back again to the clinic and got a different cream and I thought that had stopped the flow – but nit completely. I’m going back to the clinic again today gal.
Good grief! You’re going to bleed to death! 🙁 Can’t they stitch it up or something? You tell them I said that is unacceptable.
Cheers Rachel. Yesterday only the littlest specks, today None!
Crossed fingers here? I can’t cross me legs! Hahaha!
Oh, you did NOT just go there! LOL! I’m glad you can laugh about it. 🙂