Help - Please!!

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08/10/2007 at 14:03

Nurses are never kind or subtle... That is a myth spread by all the "Doctor Films".

Just don't tell my Sprog (Nurse Spartan)

JPenno    pirate
08/10/2007 at 15:57

Dave the first couple were fine, he is 15 but 6' tall and was on the kids part of A&E, i think that the final nurse had had enough of him moving around and i think they thought he wasnt taking them seriously. I had already given him as strong a warning as i could taking into account the circumstances, His Mum couldnt stay in the room and had to keep going outside for fresh air.

Have just finished work early to come home and check on them. He is ok but very sore and stiff neck resembles frankensteins monster when trying to move

08/10/2007 at 18:27
JP - Glad he's ok. My son, now 18, managed to do much the same when playing rugby. He doesn't play anymore but unfortunately he's replaced rugby with beer and woman so long term I'm not sure he's doing the right thing (suppose we've all been there though!!).
JPenno    pirate
08/10/2007 at 18:35
yes we have - he will be up the mersey view before you know it
08/10/2007 at 18:39

Ah yes beer and wimmin........    (Wonders what ever happened to the 1300cc MK I Escort I used to drive (very slowly uphill) to the Mersey View)

Just had a chuckle as I drove home on the M56, and could see the Mersey view...

09/10/2007 at 01:00

Dave

How times have changed though. My son hasn't passed his driving test yet, don't think he has any intention of doing so, but his girlfriend has and she has a car. In his mind if he passes he might have to drive and hence not drink! I find i hard to argue with his logic!!

09/10/2007 at 07:57

Sounds like a smart young man !!!

I only had a motorbike til I was 23, So was useless for group trips out, And always had to get lifts in others cars !!

So we going to see you at swim training on Saturday ?

09/10/2007 at 18:22

I too went for the bike thing until I got married at 22, then had to go for the sensible car option. 

A couple of cycling friends of mine have invited me on a ride in the Peak District on Saturday and for some reason I've agreed to give it a go. They tell me we're only (?) doing 40 miles and its not too hilly!

Where do you do your swim training, what time etc? I do need to bite bullet some time soon so if I'm free (I'll need to check with my better half!) I'd certainly be up for it the following week.

10/10/2007 at 08:44

10/10/2007 at 08:44

10/10/2007 at 09:32

5pm Saturday Old Chester Baths, The Victorian ones on Bath St, Think it's £4 for non club members

JPenno    pirate
10/10/2007 at 09:52
Dave - did you have problems posting the message, i had similar issues the other day, would not accept the message and kept timing out
10/10/2007 at 09:54
Yeah.. It kept telling me I hadn't written anything..... I was assuming that RW was censoring my usual rubbish !!
10/10/2007 at 16:26
Thanks Dave, hopefully I'll make it down there in a couple of weeks. My swimming style (?) will certainly benefit from a little attention!!

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