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Old 01-05-2018, 09:46 AM   #3101
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Glad you got your Cycle back! I have Separation Anxiety if I am away from my Harley VERY LONG. I don't have to ride it every day I just Need to know it's in the Garage.
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I have not ridden for over a year.
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Old 01-06-2018, 09:19 AM   #3102
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Time flies.

Facebook dropped this on my daily feed today.

Quoting it was 10 years since I posted it up, so I owned it longer than that ado.

Amazingly, Prozac has been here almost a year already.

This was a cool little van.




The last few days I have woken up with a bit of a mucky eye.

Yesterday I looked in the mirror, up close and found what I assume to be a little bit of breezeblack from when I carved the Tiki.

Tried to dislodge it with my finger, no success.

Then as I was headed out to a dinner date, thought I would pop in at my GP practice, so someone could just lift it or scratch it out.

They would not even see me at the surgery.

Go to Maidstone hospital if you want to have it dealt with, we and Medway Maritime hospital do not even look at eyes.

I did think WTF ?

So I did not go to hospital, thinking I would find a plan B as I was headed out to meet up and go to dinner.

Got to Pets are Us who have a Vets4Pets and asked if the vet could take a look and just hook the spot of dust out.

Nope........ they are not allowed to touch a human (wonder if they pass someone bleeding profusely whether they just shrug and say "Human" and carry on)

I tried with a cocktail stick later, but it looks like this has become ingrown, so a scalpel or bread knife may be in order.

PS. No, I did not wear the safety glasses I had taken in when I did the carving, not expecting this to happen.

Another little one of life's lessons.

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It may work its way out on its own .I once went to a Dr for something in my eye that I could not see and my eye was all scratched up. He sent me to a specialist whom could not find anything in my eye either but put me on some special sterioud drops and told me to come back every other day .I waited in hid little room waiting for hours .I was always the last patient he saw no matter if my appointment was before others .I was in misery so I kept going back .The last appointment with him I waited 6 hours and when he came in I was mad as hell and I told him he was fired ,that my time was just as important as his and he had just wasted 6 hours of my time .He told me I had to be supervised on how to come off the eye drops and I told him it would not be by him .
When I got home and cooled off I went to a mirror and finally saw that an eye lash was trapped under my eyelid causing all that pain and it was working out on its own .But you would have thought a specialist Dr would have seen that from the beginning .
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It may work its way out on its own .I once went to a Dr for something in my eye that I could not see and my eye was all scratched up. He sent me to a specialist whom could not find anything in my eye either but put me on some special sterioud drops and told me to come back every other day .I waited in hid little room waiting for hours .I was always the last patient he saw no matter if my appointment was before others .I was in misery so I kept going back .The last appointment with him I waited 6 hours and when he came in I was mad as hell and I told him he was fired ,that my time was just as important as his and he had just wasted 6 hours of my time .He told me I had to be supervised on how to come off the eye drops and I told him it would not be by him .
When I got home and cooled off I went to a mirror and finally saw that an eye lash was trapped under my eyelid causing all that pain and it was working out on its own .But you would have thought a specialist Dr would have seen that from the beginning .

All true......

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Random as a snow storm in the Sahara.

Finished up early in London then came to Maidstone eye hospital to get this eye seen to in case its a foreign body as its still bothersome.

Ended up being sent to A&E from Eye department.

Waiting time........ 4 hours +

Hey Ho. Good a time as any for random photo update on nothing really.

Seems Harley and Dukey have a new resident slave.

Meet Dave the new lodger.



Dave has a truck.

Dave sells Bobcat equipment



Dave liked the fire over the weekend.

So Dave brought random kindling and burning wood.



Now for the random stuff for those who like random stuff.

When I moved to the UK in 2002 the important stuff included my bike which I eventually sold to a guy in Ireland. Would love to know if it survived.



Thailand around 2005 iirc.



Ladyboy Nurse?



Jersey.

A brilliant holiday destination.

I do like all animals.







And my late dad. Not at all a morbid subject.
He was a cool guy.
Loved to challenge convention.
This was around his 70th birthday on our way to dinner.

He believed I was completely mad.

But would have loved the C10 and Prozac as well as the random stuff I get up to.



Waiting time still 4 hrs.
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Old 01-11-2018, 06:29 PM   #3105
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Are we there yet?

I think being a kid on a long trip with the family is way nicer than waiting on a doc.

Hope it goes well Rian.

Some kool pics too. Nursey boy???? What happens in Thailand stays in Thailand.
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Sorry the hear that you are still dealing with your eye ball problem.

Waiting is not a fun thing to do. Sitting in a waiting room is worse than hard work.

Praying all goes well and fast for you.
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Hope they got you fixed up .
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Are we there yet?

I think being a kid on a long trip with the family is way nicer than waiting on a doc.

Hope it goes well Rian.

Some kool pics too. Nursey boy???? What happens in Thailand stays in Thailand.
Quick update on my eyeball issue.

More importantly to just say publicly that Maidstone hospital and its A&E staff certainly delivered when I was there yesterday.



From the admin staff clocking me in and then the Clinical Nurse Specialists who do the triage and prework before a doctor sees you.

Keeping in mind I work in healthcare and am a multi-qualified nurse myself (part of a previous life) so it is easy for me to assess situations and performance in departments.

Once the doctor called me in he had a quick background check and then pulled in an impressive machine, inspecting and then removing the foreign body efficiently. No pain, no blood, no drama.
Antibiotic ointment to use for a few days added and discharged.

Due to their efficient and focussed approach, the offered waiting time was 4 hours.



However.......

I was out the car park in under two hours after arriving at the hospital.

So the NHS is working.

And my experience was positive.


Nothing happened in Thailand.

But if it did.......

Fortunately, I am very patient.

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Waiting is not a fun thing to do. Sitting in a waiting room is worse than hard work.

Praying all goes well and fast for you.
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Thank you John.

They did.




Cut up, sorted and packed away all the wood Dave the lodger brought, this morning.

It was a great winters day outside.



Took a lot up to the firewood box at the house and some into the house.
Keeping in mind that the pallet pine burns mostly fast and reasonably hot.
A lot really is just there as kindling and to support the lumpy logs etc in burning.





And of course the old man Dukey loves the heat and company as his hips are so knackered and movement restricted to some extent.



He is very happy and settled.
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Great news on your eye situation. Glad to hear you are on the mend and out and about again taking care of your empire.
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Glad to hear the eye went well!

Fireplace looks good. Weather in the south has been outrageously cold, for down here, high 20s-low 30s at nite. High 30s' to low 40s in the day. My old body is just not liking it like when I was 18.
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Im not liking our southern cold either .At least we had a sunny day here for a change .
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Grizz, be careful of build up in your Chimney from that pine. We used to burn wood and my kids brought more of it in when I wasn't around as it was a lot lighter to carry. I had a duct tile chimney so when that caught on fire I didn't have a lot of damage!
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Fireplace looks good. Weather in the south has been outrageously cold, for down here, high 20s-low 30s at nite. High 30s' to low 40s in the day. My old body is just not liking it like when I was 18.
You guys have suffered a bit recently with the cold Bill.

Dennis and Don send me daily updates, so it seems chilly to say the least.

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And you got to cut a load of wood
Life is good......

Got this from a friend on the Isle of Sheppey last week.



Wednesday was my 55th Birthday, and being the grumpy old man that I am, the plan was to sit at home alone and work on preparation for my end of year merit review that was due at 09.00 on Friday.
By Tuesday afternoon though I had proven the back on the preparation and decided to see if my friend who had invited me to dinner which I had declined, was prepared to still feed me on short notice.
Thankfully she put up with my change in plans.

When I got there at 7pm.....

It took me a while before I noticed the balloons and various other decorations in her home for me, as I spent the first 30 minutes playing with her two dogs.





I was so impressed.

And a 5 course dinner too, plus a cake.



And then she pointed out the prezzie, that I had not noticed.

Come on...!!!!!!!



Back home by 11.00pm as it is a week day.

She is a keen gardener, so I offered to make her a wall decoration from a piece I had made by mate Darren Hardy, at Unit Signs in Sheerness.



Wings bent and animated.

Followed by silver, bronze, gold and Lilac paint on them.

The background will be left to rust and actively encouraged chemically.




Made up some Lilac paint too.





Job done.




Need to get it to her some time and mount against wall.




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Grizz, be careful of build up in your Chimney from that pine. We used to burn wood and my kids brought more of it in when I wasn't around as it was a lot lighter to carry. I had a duct tile chimney so when that caught on fire I didn't have a lot of damage!
I need to get it swept soon, as I only made about 5firws last year.

And I burn anything in here.
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Modern vs old technology.......

I am pretty sure that my first cars never needed replacement wiper blades.

And that was in Africa, where there is a lot of sunshine, meaning rubber degenerated fast.

I was going to use Prozac on Saturday, but on starting it up and driving up to the house in the rain, I found the drivers side wiper blade had torn itself up.

So I ordered some off eBay and they were here tonight.

Some supposedly clever German technology.



Job done.



Ready for action again.
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A belated happy birthday Rian, 55 will be my next one too. My biggest concern is that I move up to the next age bracket on forms and on line applications. from 50-54 to 55-59 ( that just sounds so much older) but as I always say it’s better than the alternative. Hope you enjoyed it.
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Happy Birthday Rian! I'm Not much of a Rum Drinker{ wouldn't make a Good Pirate!} So I drank a Shot of Jack Daniels in your Honor Last Night!
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A belated happy birthday Rian, 55 will be my next one too. My biggest concern is that I move up to the next age bracket on forms and on line applications. from 50-54 to 55-59 ( that just sounds so much older) but as I always say it’s better than the alternative. Hope you enjoyed it.
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Thank you Ray.

I trust your travels have been safe and speedy.



While the world falls apart all around us, some people seem to always keep others in mind.

Got a text from Gary “Mr Zog” last week, “I found something really cool today, it had to be for you, send me your postal address. Now”

This is his life. http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/inde...topic=190196.0

So I sent the man my address.

Been sick since last Sunday and at home in bed mostly since Thursday.

Today I heard to postman wrestle something through the door.......





Noticed it was from Mr Zog and on opening, found this plate.

Some of you know I collect specialised plates.

This one is rather special.

USMC Retired. Colonel Lewis Rann.

Gave it to Gary for my collection.

Random acts of kindness from strangers.




Dennis sent this over the weekend.

1970 Chevelle hood with some artwork he paid someone to airbrush for him.

Of course he owns the car too, but decided it’s best used in the shop.









I do like that. ..

Happy to have it on my wall.

Also put the butterfly wall hanging in the rear of Prozac, to be delivered sometime.

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Rian, we made it to Florida and then ate Dinner with Daughter and Family. But on our way down here my Daughters Step Grandmother passed away. So the Family is heading back to Iowa for Funeral. At least we got to hug the grandkids and see my daughter and her husband. So now heading to Tampa to visit my wife' brother. I really love traveling in my Motorhome.

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You feeling better yet over yonder? Hope that has not kicked you too bad.
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Rian, we made it to Florida and then ate Dinner with Daughter and Family. But on our way down here my Daughters Step Grandmother passed away. So the Family is heading back to Iowa for Funeral. At least we got to hug the grandkids and see my daughter and her husband. So now heading to Tampa to visit my wife' brother. I really love traveling in my Motorhome.

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See report below.......

Answer is Nope.



Week four.....

Some bug has hit me hard, chest infection/flu.

Week two was 7 days of amoxicillin that I thought helped.

Then on Monday a new virus.
Saw a GP Tuesday who said go to bed for the week, including the weekend, plus meds.
In bed since then.
Problem is that I cannot sleep, as soon as I try to lie down, speak or any exercise, like coming upstairs, I have these coughing spasms.
So little sleep in lastthree nights.

This is my happy face.



This morning the postman rang the bell, and made me sign for this hand cut and hand made cardboard box.



When I opened it, I was truely blown away, and choked up, seriously.

My friend Bryan, “Mr Tiki” had sent me this 1/1 hand made Tiki glass.



It is such a close facimile or copy of my face, I was not sure who the real Grizz was.





Just how good can life be we ask.......?

Very good I would say.



Hope to be back at work by next week.
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Very close resemblance

Hope you get to feeling better soon.
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Boy Rian, Your picture makes you look a little Rough! Hope you get to feeling Better. Ray
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Rian ,you were supposed to get betterer ,not worserer , hope you feel better soon . That CRAP is everywhere over here too.
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Greetings Rian
Sorry to hear you are still sick. There is some powerful crud getting on people around here. My wife and I have both been through a long bout of flu or something like it.

Praying for you brother.
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Hope the heeling is going better for ya Rian. Get well my firend.
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