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Result........CT Scans all clear......just got letter..been sweating for a fortnight......

Just got back from QMC again........the last eight days have been a bit Traumatic to say the least,,...blood tests,,X-rays,,and today a visit to a Consultant........cut a long story short......problem

Two years ago today..........my life changed forever,,,about this time i was on my way down to the operating theatre for what turned out to be a ten hour operation...........its been life changing in

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14 minutes ago, IAN FINN said:

Get it winterized and you can keep your hours up until you go back to Sheffield Park in the New Year.

No need to Winterize it Ian, this 'aint Regina. Won't go back to Sheffield Park 'cos I'm still there. We was bloody busy today cocker !

Phil, This model won't fit in the boot, but you can tow a car wiv it instead.  :rolleyes:

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If any member decides to colour/tint there hair "Please Please" Never use Grecian 2000 this product contains Metallic Salts  and you will get that horrible green colour.  

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31 minutes ago, philmayfield said:

That explains all the green headed people in the village. 

Aaah.... I thought that was down to all the inbreeding

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No, I have used conventional hair colour in the past but decided to let my flowing locks revert to their natural colour around 10 years ago. It is now mostly white. Being very dark haired, the grey showed up early.

 

A male relative used Grecian 2000 in the late 60s/early 70s when it was a novel product and I was bemused about how it worked but, mainly, I remember the smell which I didn't like.

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Just found out that our 10 year old grandson has caught Covid.  His mum, dad and sibling are going for a PCR test tomorrow.  He has only got a slight sore throat.  We haven’t seen him for a week so I expect we’re OK.  He’s been doing a LFT twice a week as this is what the school requires and they have all been negative!   He had to have a PCR yesterday as a couple of the other young choristers he boards with had tested positive.

He’s isolating at home now and no doubt delighted that he’ll have lots of screen time for 10 days!

We often look after their puppy so hope she won’t pass anything on to us!

 

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Hi MargieH hopefully your grandson is ok. my daughter-in -law works at City Hospital and has had the virus a couple of times but it also effects husband and son who have to stay home 1/2 weeks. Maybe because she works at City Hospital she has to test herself each day. and if it is positive she has to go for futher testing, They of cause have all had there jabs. Thankfully at rhe moment all are stable.I sure your grandson will be fine he's young, well younger then we are so his body will put up more of a fight. Hope you and him indoors are well? stay safe. x

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