SuperCaz


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Mundane thread

Posted: Today at 13:17

I have weird stuff sprouting from my head.  I'm starting a trend

I also have a broken fireplace which is going to cost a lot of money to repair.

The Runner's Arms. (Forum pub.)

Posted: Yesterday at 15:03

I can't complain.  The symptoms I'm getting are mild and each one taken on its own is just irritating.  Its the endless round of irritating things that is getting me down.  A few sleepless nights on their own are nothing, but after that I know the next stage will come along without any respite in between

Things you want to say but can't

Posted: Yesterday at 12:43

I need work doing on my chimney.  I'm not happy

The Runner's Arms. (Forum pub.)

Posted: Yesterday at 12:42

I got about 2 hours sleep last night.  Feeling physically tired but not at all sleepy.

Mainlining tea today

The Runner's Arms. (Forum pub.)

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 21:08

IV chemo drugs today.  I'm exhausted and looking forward to another night without sleep

Mundane thread

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 21:07

Cake, we had home made curry cooked by our Indian ladies on Tuesday.  That was their contribution to our Diwali celebrations this year.  They all came in wearing traditional dress too, and so did some on the non-Indian ladies.  They looked stunning

Waste of my time and your money.

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 21:05

I've got to say that I can't fault the treatment I've had from the NHS.  From first approaching the GP to the start of treatment was about 6 weeks, with tests and appointments every week between those two dates.  It really does seem to depend on the facilities you have in your area.  My local hospital is supposed to be one of the best in the country for breast cancer and I can well believe it.

The Runner's Arms. (Forum pub.)

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 08:20

I didn't sleep last night.  Sorry, if I had come on here I would have made you a pot of coffee at about 2am

Mundane thread

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 22:18

I've eaten about 500g of chocolate since Monday.  That doesn't include the Hotel Chocolat.

The Runner's Arms. (Forum pub.)

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 22:16

I've drunk just about everything in sight today.  Luckily there was no alcohol within reach so I have stuck to water, juice, tea and coffee.  I estimate about 4 litres in total and I'm still thirsty

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