Tuesday 23rd May 2017
Macedonian: Вторникот 23 мај 2017 година
Woke around 0545hrs, entangled half in and half out of the £300 second-hand recliner.
Tissues, pen, notepad, torch, medicine bottle, pain gel tube, headphones, remote controls, mobile phone and biscuit crumbs were artistically scattered over the chair, carpet, the other chair and over me! As I tried to clear my jargogled brain in an effort to recall how and why I had no legerity to tackle this problem… memories of a dream I’d had filtered into my mind memory. A rarity this. So I scribbled down some notes, although this time, actual memories remained as well!
I was acting in the film (Or thought I was really there) Rio Bravo, Dean Martin – the Dude, Sheriff Chance – John Wayne, Rick Nelson – The Colorado Kid, Ward Bond -Pat Wheeler the prisoner and me as Stumpy! This dream bore no relationship to the actual film other than this, and the background scenery of the gulch and barns. We were shooting Star Trek type Phasers at each other? This seemed all perfectly natural to me. After running around trying to get a better position with a handful of dynamite from somewhere, I realised they were all firing at me! No idea how, but I avoided all the phasing blasts and a Messerschmidt bf 109 dived out of the sky and strafed me.
Next thing I’m in a coffin being lowered into a grave in the ravine, and peeping out through the holes between the bare wooden planks on top of it… Still calm and collected, Dean Martin slurred “Who the hell was he?” John Wayne turned spat on the floor and replied: “Damned if I know!”
Then I was in a long queue of folks waiting to go in the old Imperial Cinema on Wilford Road in Nottingham, around 1950 and looking down at myself as an ankle-snapper in the line of bodies and remember thinking as stared at my younger self: “I don’t know who it is either!” Hehehe! There were many more things that took place, but I cannot recall them.
This is the only photograph I could find on the web of the Imperials as was. It was I assume taken around 1960, long after the place had closed down and was being used as a Plumbers Merchant base?
Throughout all of this dream, I was so relaxed and content?
Off to the Porcelain Throne. Haemorrhoid Harold bleeding profusely, did my duty, cleaned things up and put a pair of protection pants on, it was that bad.
The stomach was grinding away still.
Did the Health Checks and took the morning medications and put the kettle on. The reading were all okay I think. Sys 147, Dia 77, Pulse 86, Temp 34.8, Weight 14.71 Down a bit after going up yesterday. And I had two meals as well?
Got the Google Chrome opened, email became Unresponsive within seconds. Updated yesterday’s diary and started this one off. Tried to open the instructions from Tech Man Sam and it froze for the fifth time since opening it! Humph!
Duodenal Donald was giving me some pain again. I must get out today to the chemist’s to see if the prescriptions are ready yet.
I decided to get the ablutions done now and get out to do this while I thought of it.
Had a good shower, shave (lost a bit more blood with this activity, Huh!) and other things and got the nibbles for the chemist staff into the bag. I’ll call in at the doctors first to find out if the prescriptions will be ready or not.
Set off down Chestnut Walk towards the turn off for Winchester Street Hill.
Plenty of vehicles around, but on people at the time was passing.
The Chestnut Tree’s flowers drew me towards them with their beauty.
I got underneath the tree and took a photographicalisation of them from below.
Best I could get was the one on the left. Absolutely stunning flowers I thought.
With a bit of a lift in my limp now, I pressed on and down the hill into Sherwood.
Left up the Mansfield Road hill and by the Funeral Parlour (Where my funeral is all paid for) and the flower shop. They had some giant single sunflowers on sale and took what I thought was a decent picture of them. When it came to downloading it to the computer – it was not there? I’ve this before and still can’t work out what I’ve done wrong? Humph!
Over the hill and down into Carrington and into the Sheringham Park Surgery. Explained about my getting short of the Omeprazole capsules and asked if the next load of prescriptions was ready yet. She consulted her computer and said no, but if I come back in tomorrow they could be collected and taken to the chemist. I said thank you with what must have been a terribly dejected and sorry expression, cause she called me back and told me to take a seat and she’d see if the Doctor would validate the process. A few minutes later, she came out and gave me the prescription to take to the chemist. Kind of her saving me another hobble tomorrow.
Off to the pharmacy and was told there would be a long wait, or I could come back tomorrow to collect them. I told him I was going to do some shopping at Lidl and would return afterwards (Assuming I remembered to. Hehe!)
As I left to limped to the shop, I noticed BJ was in the launderette next door. He didn’t look too happy when I sneaked in and behind and threw him a cheery “Good Morning!” I hope he is not poorly. Aske me if I still wanted to got the War Memorial on Sunday, thanked him and said yes. Got the feeling, that was not the answer he was looking for?
To the shop and spent over £12 on food? Mature Stilton, Jersey potatoes, tomatoes, tins of stuffed peppers, Lemon yoghourts, bread rolls with cheese, Smoked Haddock filled fishcakes and risotto mushroom rice.
Paid up and back to the chemist to collect the Prescriptions.
So much fodder along with the prescriptions meant I had to break the stuff into two bags.
Rather heavy, and I struggled to carry them to the bus stop, where the Pensioners Free Bus Pass was greatly appreciated I can inform you all.
Met tenant Frank there, little natter.
No one else at the shelter, but by the time a bus arrived there were several other passengers – who between them forced their way onto the bus before I could, and I ended up sitting on the only seat available, one of the side-saddle ones. Arthur Itis was not happy with this, and soon let me know.
Met and accompanied tenant Frank’s better half at the bus stop. Nice chat and laugh on the way back to the flats.
Put away shopping and medications and took the midday doses.
Got the Computer on – Unresponsive again a few times, well too many times, so much so I gave up with Google and got the dinner on the cook.
Maple Belly Pork slices into the oven, potatoes in a saucepan (Added some extra Maple Syrup). When they were cooking I got the tomatoes, beetroot, sliced an apple, mini pork and cheese pie and the cheesy cob onto the tray ready.
Tried to updated this diary, but Chrome problems decided me to do this in the morning, turned off the computer.
Got the nosh served up with a small pot of lemon yoghourt.
An excellent tasty meal this one! Rated this at 9.45/10, despite nearly losing a tooth as I struggled with the tough skin o the belly pork. Lovely!
Did the last Health Checks took the evening medications and perused the TV magazine. Some good stuff on tonight that I fancied watching, but I was fully aware that I wasn’t going to see much of them and fall asleep. Hehehe!
Which I did swiftly. The mobile phone rang out, of course, I knew it was close cause I could hear it as I disentangled myself from the £00 second-hand recliner, but could I locate where it was? No! It stopped ringing. I was at a loss as to where it must be, went into the hallway to check the jacket pocket, and the landline telephone rang. It was Sister Jane. Back into the front room and spotted the mobile on the floor near the chair as I got to the landline. We had a chinwag for a while and I lost the signal. Jane rang back on the mobile, she was in her garden in the sunshine. I knew she was alright, cause she ordered me to eat pasta in my diet and told me off for buying tinned meat filled peppers in tomato sauce, also gave me a lecture on slimming and losing weight. Hahaha! (Only joking!)
Accifauxpa! Did the washing up, opting today, to stab my left-hand finger with the little steak knife, right down the nail again. Not deep, though.
There were three episodes of Law & Order on consecutively on channel 21. Full of hope of watching at least one of them before nodding off, I settled with a bottle of spring water, a chocolate bar (Topic) and Duodenal Donald twinging away. Every time an advert came on I nodded off, then it got worse, I kept slipping off while watching the programme. Not the foggiest idea now of what I was looking at. Just had a stubborn determination to keep on trying to watch it. Tsk! Eventually, I drifted off and into the land of nod properly.
Woke much later, around 0200hrs in desperate need of Porcelain Throne activity! Duodenal Donald was rampant and very annoying with his persistence and degree of botherationalisationing! Due to this, getting back to sleep was not easy.
6 thoughts on “Inchcock – Tuesday 23rd May 2017: Chrome problems persisting – Got out for a hobble to get the Prescriptions from Carrington Pharmacy”
That was quite a dream. Liked the mix of old movie with modern phaser weapons. I suppose it would have been something if the Dean or the Duke knew who you were.
Dinner looks decent. Too bad the pork belly rinds were tough.
Amazing how I recalled so much detail. Dreams since have no memory hardly at all of them, Tim?
It would have been nice to have known them in real life.
Glad to be back on the web again, fingers crossed, I’ve installed Firefox and it is alright up to now, but I’ve not been on Facebook yet, but Gmail is (I hope) working well enough.
If it goes unresponsive like Chrome I’ll probably shoot myelf.
He say’s knowing full well he hasn’t got a weapon… Hehehe!
Take care Sir.
Wow, that was some interesting dreaming. Glad the lady was kind enough to save you the trouble of going back tomorrow & got your prescriptions sorted <3
Cheers flower. That reminds me, I must get an email done to the surgery to book my next appointment for a blood test while I think of it.
Nice of her indeed, bless her cotton socks.
I’ve downloaded Firefox to try and circumnavigate the problems with Chrome. Circumnavigate? I said that? Hehe!
I’ll do it now while it’s in my mind. Back in a bit gal…
Sent if off now. It worked smoothly on Firefox.
CorelDraw 2017 is working again too now!
Still crossing the fingers, though.
I’m so glad Firefox is working well for you 😀
I’ve cheered up a bit now my petal with the computer and Grammarly working again, and looking forward to a trip out as well.
I’m anticipating something going wrong, mind. Haha!
Hope the plates are okay?