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Saturday & Sunday 22nd/23rd August 2020
22:15hrs Saturday 22nd: After a day of seeing and talking to nobody, but myself, six liquidly productive visits to the Porcelain Throne, and my innards all bubbling, gurgling and aching; then being woke up twice by the chap up above me (he’s drilling away making a model methinks), and not daring to eat anything, I gave up my search for Sweet Morpheus, and rose to finished yesterdays blog early and got it posted off to WordPress.
Later I risked a pot noodle for a late supper. This could prove a mistake later, Hahaha! Finished the blog, did some Pinteresting, sent off the links, and went on the WordPress reader. Then found the desire for kip returning and got my head down.
Sunday 23rd August 2020
Samoan: Aso Sa 23rd Aukuso 2020
06:00hrs: I’d slept all the way through for 6½hrs! More than I have for the last three nights combined! Smug Mode Anticipated – But it was not to be!
The lightness of the morning, the confused mind, and the need for a wee-wee were the original expergefactor’s cause. On the first movement of my onerously large-bellied body, the queasy, nerve-wracking, gut-wrenching, nauseating, gurgling, rumbling disturbances in the innards returned, going on an intestinal-rampage. Fear of a repeat of yesterday’s six liquidified Porcelain Throne visits bothered me! But no real indication of any immediate explosions imminent, just the stomach going through the building-up, preparatory motions! Oh, ‘eck!
I disentangled my grossly overgrown bellied body from the £300, second-hand, c1968, rickety recliner. Got Metal Mickey, and hobbled to the wet room for a wee-wee. The message from the bladder told me to be prepared for splash-backs, spraying, and forceful exiting. But no, it was an OSUADE (Orange-Sprinkly-Unpainful-After-Dribble-Ever-Coming) type. Had a wash and off to the kitchenette. I was hobbling around better than usual this morning?
I got the kettle on the boil, and I took a photographicalisation of the late morning sky. I even had a few moments of pareidolia pleasure with the clouds. I found a couple of hidden figures, too! Then as I looked down towards the Tree Copse on the bottom field, I spotted what looked like dumped rubbish?
So I zoomed in with the Nikon camera to investigate. This below is what I found. At first, I thought it was a lad or lady that had fallen asleep. But I should have known, it was someone on their Smartphone, all alone, possibly living in the Cupid Zone! Hahaha!
I made the brew of Glengettie tea and got the sphygmomanometer going for the BP reading.
Great balls of fire! The SYS was very high again? The ear-hole thermometer read, 74.4°. Fahrenheit or centigrade? It must be f°. The stick thermometer was not working again. I’ll try again later, cause I think that 74.4° might be a bit too low, I’ll check on Google.
The Google answer: ‘Really, anything between 98.2 and 99.9 degrees can be considered normal. A body temperature below 98.2 degrees Fahrenheit is considered abnormal, and anything below 95 degrees Fahrenheit is a major cause for concern, as it indicates a risk of hypothermia’. Well, that’s cheery news! Summat else to put on the list for when I see the Doctor. High SYS, low temperature, diahorrea or infection of the bowels, bladder refusing to expel… Never mind, too much to cope with. Hahaha!
On the bright side, the leg ulcer is looking like it’s fading fast.
The stomach gave me another rumbling, brewing load of gut turmoil, but no signs of any evacuation needed as yet. I think it’s fermenting and liquifying its contents in readiness for another sudden assault? Hehe!
My articular cartilage ailment in the fingers is just painful when it wants to be. Like now! No logic to when. A bit like Colin Cramps. I wonder if the Doctor has time to read my blogs? It would save me forgetting what to put on the notes I take with me to see her. Well, I used to, anyway.
Took the morning medications, and got on with updating this blog.
No summoning to the Porcelain Throne yet. But it’s on the way methinks, the rumbling and grumbling seem to be getting a tad more vociferous.
Onto CorelDraw to make some graphics up. Did one, then made up an Iceland order, for delivery tomorrow, twixt 09:00 > 11:00hrs. My beloved Vampire Nurse Hristina will be due around the same time, I hope, as well. Did some comment answering, and set about prepping Josies’ Sunday meal. ( Accompanied by some knocking and tapping from Herbert, above).
Got the meal finished and delivered to Josie.
Accompanied by some louder clunks, tap-tapping, etc. fro Herbert, I went back on, which turned out to be a lengthy session of making graphics on CorelDraw and Paint. But, Herbert and his Tinny-Banging noise kept his musical rapping up, to keep me company.
I got the smaller-eat-less meal prepared. Not one of my bestest, but I still gave it a Taste-Rating of 7/10. Washed the pots up.
I began to fade, but I had to fight sleep intentionally because the expected Amazon Facemasks had not arrived yet, I didn’t want to miss them.
Herbert’s knocking and banging got more frequent, but for once, it helped me stay awake when I wanted to!
I settled into the incommodious, c1968 rickety recliner. I turned on the TV, on some channel that had subtitles on it, so as to avoid wearing the headphones and not hearing the door chimes when the Amazon man arrived.
As it happened, there was no chance of my falling asleep, thanks to Herberts banging from above, changed to hammering. The knocking came in bouts of 3 to 12 clunks of a hammer-like sound, that vibrated, it sounded like he was laying a carpet, but we have concrete floors or something of that ilk. Over the next three hours, having nothing better to do, I wrote down each burst of banging. First half-hour; 14. Second half-hour; 11, third half-hour; 38. Fourth half-hour: 18. I bet it will piss him off when he reads this and finds it didn’t annoy me for once!
Eventually, the noise, whatever modelling he was working on ceased, and it was back to just the odd, thud, clunk or occasional bang. This worried me a tad, as I still had to stay awake. Hehehe!
I was struggling to keep awake now, the odd clunk from Herbert helped, but finally, the intercom rang out. I fought to get some trousers on. The masks arrived. Thanked the driver, and as I was taking a quick snap of the box, the long-awaited call to the Porcelain Throne arrived! Off to the wet room, I hobbled.
Stubbing a toe en route against swivel chairs metal leg! Argh!
I got seated, and the motions began immediately. Then stuck part-way. The crossword book was utilised until things restarted moving of their own accord. A messy, very tacky, sticky, gooey mess! The cleaning up afterwards was a time-consuming effort. However, things came out far less liquidified, and in large meatball shapes. No bleeding whatsoever!
After cleaning and medicating, I realised that I’d left a different, more pungent whiff behind than ever before. The tummy’s innards started to ache, and I was passing wind involuntarily. An irony taste came in the mouth? A proper odd situation.
I checked the lights, stove, faucets, etc. and got down in the sickeningly beige-coloured recliner, now hoping that Herbert didn’t kick off again with his noise, I went in search of belated Sweet Morpheous.
But, and however, as I got settled in, Shuddering-Shoulder-Shirley and the Thought-Storms both began!
10 thoughts on “Inchcock – Sunday 23rd August 2020: A busy day, in a way, I must say! Noisy Herbert’s noisiest ever day!”
The SYS is high. Excellent photos. I think you’ve dropped below room temperature. Are feeling stiff? To decent looking meals. Herbert’s back to banging. Sounds rather annoying. It’s especially annoying when you can hear all the banging going on, but you can’t hear over the phone or people speaking when they are standing right in front of you. Decent looking meals you prepared.
I shall have to use both thermoeters in the morning, see what the results are. Tsk!
Herbert was late starting the noise today, I was worried in he was alive… I mean died or was poorly.
Ah, some voices come across clear to me ears. Deana, and Janet are two of the loudest to me. I reckon that apart from being uncertain if I was to be a boy or girl (Little Inchcy!) the vcreator played tricke with my hearing on purpose. Hahaha!
Hellacious Herbert comes to rhyme, a malady affecting the eardrum: as harmonious as the infamous Nottinghamingly hellacious hum? Who can say? May Morpheous mediate.
As an American sang, in terrible cockney, in a dreadfull musical, Billumski… “Fings ain’t whast they used to be!” Hahaha!
I’ve tale to tell about HH’s, I must try to get it done.
Cheers, Sir, all tje bestest to the Lady Lady Lisa and your wickedly-sharp selve! ♥
Half-cocked cockney in a dreadful musical would do the ears as much good as a performance by the Herbert Percussion Orchestra perhaps.
Kindest thanks for the bestest greetes to her Ladyship and my curiously wicked wordages.
TTFNski from BILLUMski
Thank Heavens it wasn’t Inch-Cocked Cockney. Hehe!
Keep plodding, Billumski, ” For those without, are also those within – and the Corona Virus episode is wearing thin!
Bless you both.
A word short of too short then 🙂
We shall proceed to continue to keep plodding until that fell virus runs thin.
Bless you truly too.
Billumski and Lisumski
A word short of too short then? Sounds about right. Haha
We’ve got spikes in many Cities, and they are going back into lockdown, according to the news. Oh, dear!
We live in a county that is thankfully low in the Covid Show (I can rhyme on a dime 🙂
Always carrying a mask or two too!
TTFNski, kind Sir!
Nicely put, Billumski!
More red cars today.