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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:59 
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That's good news sounds like a nasty infection.

Do you know how much longer she expects to be in the hospital?


They are pretty cagey on that. The surgeon said up to a month after the op but she seems so much more lively I am hoping that is not the case as she is getting a bit sick of the hospital as you can imagine.

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Was it Burt Tank?

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It's not exactly a Switch but that's a pretty neat T shirt... Anyway, glad she's on the mend Trousers! I can only imagine what you all must have been going through. Fingers crossed for a speedy recovery and she'll be alright with plenty of time to play Zelda.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 13:07 
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Great news, Mr Troos.


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Bloody hell Trousers!

Glad she's seemingly on the mend - definitely looks chipper in that photo - hopefully she'll be resting up at home with her switch soon (jammy bugger).

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Aww, what a beautiful little minch she is, bless her.

Sounds bloody awful, poor thing. And you must've been absolutely beside yourself, Trousers. It's horrible sitting there, unable to help them, you feel so powerless. She'll be fully fed up soon no doubt!

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Sorry to hear about all of this trousers. But it looks like you're doing a bloody good job of keeping her spirits up, and that's about the best thing that you can do. :)

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So slight Nay in that she's still in hospital but she is definitely on the mend now - the infection is abating and with a bit of luck she will be out of hospital in a couple of days.

Mega Yay in that my stupidly wealthy uncle bought her a Switch to make her feel better. It worked.

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I've been meaning to say for a while now (been on holiday), that though it's a major worry what your daughter is going through, it's important to remember how bloody serious a burst appendix is. My mother suffered one years ago and ending up spending three weeks in hospital recovering. The doctor said at the time that if they'd got her under the knife only a few hours later she may not have survived. Basically don't worry about the amount of time "shorts" is spending in hospital, just make sure she's properly fixed before they send her home.

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Looks like I'm finally not going to be a gentleman of leisure anymore. :(

Bit of a departure from my previous career; I'm going to be a self-employed vehicle delivery driver!


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I think Grim... did that for a while

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Congratulations!

How do you get back home?

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That's a serious question, by the way. I can't work out the logistics of it.

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Cras wrote:
I think Grim... did that for a while

Surprisignly, I did not. I would have (/ would) like to, though.

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Congratulations!

How do you get back home?

You use public transport to get between each vehicle. So I could get a train to Bristol in the morning, then drive to Leeds, then get a train to Barnsley, then drive back home and deliver the last car locally or take it home and deliver it long distance the next day.

The money isn't as good as my old job but at least I won't be tied to a desk 5 days a week. I'll also be able to listen to music/podcasts/audiobooks in the cars and take an iPad for when i'm on the train. It'll be long days though.


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Cras wrote:
I think Grim... did that for a while

Surprisignly, I did not. I would have (/ would) like to, though.

Huh. I'm sure you've told anecdotes about it

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Looks like I'm finally not going to be a gentleman of leisure anymore. :(

Bit of a departure from my previous career; I'm going to be a self-employed vehicle delivery driver!


Congrats. Read this. It'll almost certainly be nothing exactly like it.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/380810.Not_Fade_Away#


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Congratulations!

How do you get back home?


Once you deliver the car, you live with the owner till he sells it.

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Grim... wrote:
Cras wrote:
I think Grim... did that for a while

Surprisignly, I did not. I would have (/ would) like to, though.

Huh. I'm sure you've told anecdotes about it

I used to drive around the country fixing printers and stuff. Maybe you're thinking of that?

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Nope!

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Hmm. Wait - I sometimes towed race cars between the workshop and the owner's house?

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Maybe that was it? Dunno

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Grim... wrote:
Hmm. Wait - I sometimes towed race cars between the workshop and the owner's house?


did you not have to give tshirts to police after towing a super car?

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Grim... wrote:
Hmm. Wait - I sometimes towed race cars between the workshop and the owner's house?


did you not have to give tshirts to police after towing a super car?

I did. And then they told their police friends to look out for me, because I had free T-shirts.

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Here we are: viewtopic.php?p=332505#p332505

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An  ex girlfriend of mine from 20ish years ago (rare breed, we still communicate) is a doctor currently overseas in a very troubled area. Superb cellist and alto singer, too, we met at a Radiohead concert and were in a choir together.

The Other Child (15 months) fell off the bed and landed on her head (She also cut her ear on the bedside table but this is incidental to the story). Anyhoo: she's got this lump on her neck with a bruise on it. Otherwise seems absolutely normal. I am not worried but the Big Dog was making noises over it all, so i said I would ask if anything should be done. So  i hit this lass up on facebook messenger and get over it all. (Part of me sometimes feels bad over this in a "here's what you could have won" way, but my ego knows no bounds). She says no real cause for concern but keep an eye out.

3 days later and there's this massive light red expanding patch on  the top of the kid's head. I'm shitting bricks over this when i see it and start typing out a long message as to just what i should do and how should i explain it away to The Authorities. I am convinced it is a fractured skull bleeding  out under the skin. I'm about to hit send and bounce this panic to the other side of the world and MrsA appears, holding the red paint stained clothes that were the casualty of the day's painting at nursery.


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