Thursday 9th April 2015
I woke at 0625hrs – feeling freer than for ages – the good news about Sister Jane ringing about in my head and a sense of happiness in me heart.
I took me Blood pressure on me new machine – yesterday was Syst: 139 Dia: 67 Pulse: 78 – This morning Syst 156 Dia Pulse 83.
Perhaps a little high due to me being excited with the knowledge that Jane was okay and today should be an easier one for me – no medical appointments (until tomorrow) and a determination to get some blogging done now I can concentrate better.
I rang Pete on me mobile and he sounded a different bloke – I’m so glad for em.
As I made a cuppa to take with me medications and some memories of the dreams I’d had lingered:
I was confined in some underground caves with two other peoples, no idea who they were but I liked them – searching (again) for something, maybe a treasure chest I think? Passages were narrow and we struggled to get through into an open area, a massive cave it held the chest and we were drinking in celebration when one of the women pointed out that we could not get the chest back through the opening we got in through – We decided we needed a lifeboat? I found myself in a supermarket asking if they had any lifeboats for sale and the staff all attacked me with giant frozen salamis and giant chicken legs?
That’s all I can recall?
WC’d, and had to tend to me haemorrhoids, so did me other medicationalising at growths, cetraben to me tender areas and Neomycin Sulphate spray in me ear-holes and taking an extra omeprozole cause me duodenal ulcer was starting to play-up.
The little tiny boil on me bum was painful still.
Despite these problems I was still cheerful with the news of our Jane and Pete.
Spent a good few hours on graphicalisationing.
The haemorrhoids are bleeding and painful again… hey-ho.
Pleased with how the last graphic of Andy in the tunnel at the Nottingham Arboretum turned out.
I suppose I’d better get a bit of a walk in today – even if it’s the only day I do not have something on to do.
I took bags out to the bins and pulled them out for collection in the morning.
I went back in and got me coat on etc and set-out for me mini-poddle to the shops on Mansfield Road.
The twtichel was clear of yobs so I took that root.
The sky was so clear and a sparcity of people cheered me up somewhat.
I wondered down and called in the chemists and got some toothpaste and ear spray. Had a little natter with the assistants – made them laugh a bit so that made me feel good too.
Then on and into the launderette where Mandy was on duty.
The place was not very busy, I must remember this in case I have to go later in mid-week like.
I told her to expect to see this photograph in Bella, Grazia or the Minx magazine shortly. She smiled and called me an idiot.
Out and down to Lidl – I usually regret going there for some reason or other each time I visit.
I plodded around with no particular aim other than to get some tomatoes – but those on show were a mangy lot and all Spanish so I didn’t get any.
I got some Cheese Curls (they were not nice) some canned mushrooms and some apples.
I noticed some posters they had hanging from the ceiling above the fresh (Using the term Fresh in the loosest possible definition) produce display stating: ‘We Love British!”
This from a German owned company with Ukrainian assistants an Asian security guard and the poster had been printed in Italy on it.
I wonder if a British retail company had displayed this they would have been accused of being racist?
Better not let Nigel know?
Got back to the hoppit – must remember to sort out a lighter coat for me QMC hospital visit tomorrow with Pete.
By gum it wer lovely!
Started this diary after a little old man’s nap.
Did some Facebooking.
Drifted off waking up in a painful warped position with the laptop rather heated and me boil stinging.