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Originally posted August 16 2005 at 16:08 under General and Friends. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.


Black Sabbath, The Best Of

I was going to post about a few things but for the last several days I’ve been unwell. Beginning on Thursday last week when my mother came back to see the house and, supposedly, to get some food. She ended up looking after me as I had, to put it delicately, an attack of the trots (it’s nice to have my mother around ;-) ). That was brought under control but I still felt unwell. Indeed I still do, with a bit of a “tummy hurt”. Not a happy bunny.

To make things worse Rachel is actually not well either. She started complaining of strong abdominal pains, which became bad enough that I dragged her to the NHS walk-in centre. She got some strong painkillers and antibiotics and a doctors appointment for tomorrow (incidently, no thanks at all go to Drs Tams, Sweeney and Parry on Tang Hall Lane who on hearing she’d moved said she couldn’t be a patient any more and refused to see her. That’s hardly a duty of care to patients in my opinion, and is service bettered even by Pepe’s vets).

Anyway, more later, once I’ve recovered a bit more.

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