Potting Shed wrote (see)
Marmite - yes please
Marmite - yes please
Mr P ... not again
((( Caz ))) soz, I missed your rubbish day yesterday
Hello and goodnight.
I did hockey this eve, wasn'tsure if it was wise but in the end I went and it wasn't stressful enough to hurt my knee. I didn't do all the twinkle toes stuff.
Lots of love hugs and kisses. cos I'm missing out. D prefers nakin SOLB's and chickens.
Quiet in here. I've been up for an hr. Tea's gone cold.
I really should be doing something productive - what though?
Morning peeps (that is, morning to you all and not a sound made in the morning)
Getting totally fed up with the rain and mist and drizzle and damp now. This is the fourth day, I think I'm developing gills.
Get well soon poorly ones.
KatieJane wrote (see)
I'm in 2 minds
I'm in 2 minds
Im not even in 1 mind today as i have not slept all night due to being back in hospital with my 7 yr old again. Blood sats are not going above 90% without the aid of an oxygen mask.
Oh poor CP and CPjr Hope things get better soon
(I had some cuddle time with baby Harrison today - he had the hiccups - so cute )
I love baby hiccups, it makes them pull the craziest face
It's not pneumonia still is it CP? Lots of get well wishes being sent in your direction.
Have you been tested yet GFB? *waves pom poms for moral support*
*sprays TCP on Mr. P and Frodo* feel better soon (((hugs)))
I need to see a doctor again, I feel like I've got broken ribs from all the coughing and it doesn't seem to be getting any better. And to top it off, the bus driver refused to give me a student fare on the bus because I didn't have an NUS card. Apparently my uni ID wasn't good enough, even though that's what I always use Harrumph.
*toddles off to put the kettle on* Who wants a brew?
Bookie, No it's not pneumonia, this time he has them baffled. His chest is clear, there is no wheezing or crackling, no visible signs of infection or trauma and no temperature. Just his blood oxygen levels are too low. They have him on oxygen with a serevent nebuliser every 3 hours and have given him antibiotics "just in case".
Oh dear CP, that's not good Is he having more tests?
I desperately want to go back to bed
Fingers crossed for you CP
Brew please Bookie
*happy healing vibes to CPjr*
Back from part one of my fitness test - it's official - I have none ...well today was strength, balance and core...as well as a review of my medical history*
I have really bad balance - I need to strengthen my ankles, knees and hips...my core isn't too bad (miracle!) my flexability isn't too bad either.]
Tomorrow is lactic threshold *hold me*
* interesting history...when I was around 7/8 I was off school with chronic lung disease...I had what was described as extensive shadows in both lungs - my mum said that's all they knew...all I remember was being off school for about 5 or 6 months...our kitchen window sill filled with medicines and being so happy with the little work booklets that were sent to me every day from school (nerd!!) - I guess now days I'd have a barrel load of tests done and a definitive diagnosis...although there was talk of TB...and I wonder why I can't breathe when I run!!
GFB, Ben was tested for TB last month and came back clear, also chest xrays are all normal. This is what is puzzling us all.
Wow, GFB, that's some medical history! Have you had your lung function checked? Love the lactate *hold me*
I was off school for months at a time when I was a kid, too. I used to love getting work sent home! *raises a fist of geeky solidarity*
CP - is CPJr. having cardiac tests done? After lungs, that's the first thing I'd be looking at testing ((((hugs))))
No, no-one has even suggested that.
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