Inchcock Today – Saturday 15th July 2017; Hoping the lemon wafers will be delivered today


Saturday 15th July 2017

Corsican: Sàbatu 15 Ghjugnu 2017

0350hrs: Woke up with the mind full of bits of memories from the dreams I’d been having; by the time I got out of the £300 second-hand recliner and to the Porcelain Throne – they had all gone again. Tsk!

No signs of Diahorrea, D7Sun02aennis or Trotsky Terence at the Throne. That was a nice change.

Computer turned on and finished off yesterday’s diary.

Did the Health Checks, all good.

Had a wee-wee.

7Sun02bThe hue of the scene from out side prompted me to take this photograph. I thought it was rather colourful and a bit different to what it has been lately.

Took the medications with a cup of tea for a change.

I usually take them with a cold drink so as not to melt the capsules.

7Sun3I was also impressed with how the fingers were far less bent and warped today as well.

Of course, after taking the picture, I dropped the tablets.


Then, back to the Porcelain Throne. Haemorrhoid Harold was stinging and bleeding a bit this time. Why not last time?

Had a go at the crossword while in there, didn’t get a single more clue solved. Huh!

Started this post off up to here.

7Sun04Emails checked.

Good news, the Lemon Wafers were being delivered today.

Which is good, cause then I can get a good ablutionalisation session in. I’ve not been able to have a good one while waiting in and not wanting to miss the delivery, cause I love these wafer. These are for others nibbles these, oh no. These are for your truly only. Hehe!

Had a wee-wee.

Further down the list, another one from Amazon: No Ferrero Rocher Heart Box’s available. Sad that I was planning to hand these to Nurse Nichole, Jenny the Obergruppenfurher and Sister Janet. Humph!


Since being stuck indoors waiting for deliveries, I’ve been working on a new TFZer series of graphicalisations. Loosely all connected to food, of each member. It’s going to take me ages to get them all done, but I’ll get on with now, being as I have the time… oh, no, I’ve not done any Facebooking. I’ll do this first then get onto CorelDraw.

Took a while that did. Onto graphics now.

Been on CorelDraw for over three hours now, eyes tiring and the fingers beginning to play up, so had to knock off for a bit.

Had a wee-wee.

Pressed on with the graphics, managed to get 12 done, but much more to do, but not today, too tired now and the visit from Shaking Steven worried me a bit.

The Lemon6Sat05 Wafers arrived, late, but I’m going to get the ablutions done and have a hobble in my Tree Copse, legs permitting.

I’ve already eaten one pack of these. Naughty me!

Turned every thing off, put the camera in my pocket with the mobile in case I forget later, and off to the Wet Room.

Back in a bit.

I hope! Hehe!

6Sat07Off down the lift and out into the daylight, at last.

Over the road up through the bottom field.

Where I found it hard to believe that the grass and fauna had grown so quickly. Had the struggle to get through it at first to get to the Copse.

Had a bit of a struggle to get through it at first to get to the Copse.

Found a mowed strip of grass someone had kindly cut out and used that route.

The cigarette stubs, empty drink cans and takeaway boxes were strewn around was not nice to see.

I put some that I could reach in a carrier bag to drop off at the bins.

It was still lovely to hobble up and through this Copse.

I did not see any wildlife at all on my journey within.

No squirrels or birds?

Nature still fascinates me – even when I tripped over one of the tree roots… I had to laugh.

But a tree stump near where I landed was so convenient to us e to pull myself back upright and continue my journey.


To the top and out into the top field, which was beautiful with its daisies battling through to get some sunshine.

Walked along the top, many golfers, well, Pitch & Putt players out today, some even playing with a football between holes.

Right and down towards the flats.

As I got to the bottom of the gravel hill path, a young chap with a dog chain was calling out ‘Betsy’ in search of his obviously little dog in the long grass on the bottom field.

Glad to say that he found her after a few minutes.

Dropped the bag of rubbish in a bin and made my way down the hill and back up to the apartment and got the dinner on.

6Sat06It was a tasty one, beef pie, Chinese mushrooms, garden peas, boiled potatoes and beetroots.

Did the Health Checks, took the evening medications and perused the TV magazine to see if there was anything worth watching on the goggle-box.

The wasn’t. So I got a Dr Who DVD into the machine to watch. At least there will be no advertisements to fall asleep watching on this.

But I still fell asleep, and with the hands, fingers and cramps giving me grief as well.

I must have been well tired.

TTFN all.

4 thoughts on “Inchcock Today – Saturday 15th July 2017; Hoping the lemon wafers will be delivered today

  1. Thank you, Corin.
    Now the lemon wafers have arrived, resisting them is not easy. Hehehe!
    Hope you are doing alright out there gal.

  2. Good to see your fingers straightening out. You could do the birdie flex exercise to help your hands. You practice “flipping the bird” of giving the middle finger. It’s good, fun exercise for the hands, and you will be ready for those pavement cyclists. Experiencing a bit of a “silent summer” in the overgrowth of rain soaked ground with butts and cans strewn about? Either the birds, bees and squirrels were off doing what what birds and bees are famous for, or they were just hiding out from all the wet. Great set of photographs of the greenery. It’s good there was a stump to help you up after you got stumped by that stump. Pitch and putt? I’m not familiar with the two together.

    We have “putt putt” which is stupid, and we have world class golf courses, which seems odd for a desert. I’ve never golfed, but I’ve done a lot of work fixing computers for golf courses — I spent many Christmas eves repairing computers at one championship golf course. For some reason their computers would go down on Christmas eve when all their IT staff was off for the holidays. Since Christmas was a big day for the golf course with all the golfers wanting to try out the new clubs they got for Christmas, it was imperative that they had their computers and credit card systems back up and running before Christmas morning. Since there was no way their IT staff was going to cut into their vacations to fix the stupid computers, guess who got called on? Yep! The consultant, me, one who never fails a client facing adversity. If I was a golfer I could have gotten a lot of free rounds, but I just simply got their computer up and running, and said “Merry Christmas!” and keep those computer up until after the new year.

    Looks like a decent meal with well corralled peas.

  3. Birdie flex finger exercises eh? Giving the middle finger is something I have not been able to do for ages now, Tim. Hehe! Suitable receivees would certainly be Pavement Cyclists and Obergruppenfurher shop and Medical staff.
    The birds and squirrels were possibly doing as you suggest, Tim. (Lucky devils!) Their disappearance stumped me.
    Glad you liked the greenery photos.
    Pitch and putt, is a miniature golf course? Never heard of putt putt?
    Enjoyed your Golf-Course revelations.
    Cheers Sir, Ta.

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