Wandering around the blogs it is hard to avoid posts which continually make their aches and pains the main talking point, like what pills to take and not take and how many when and where. I am aware out there people are suffering some form of malady or illness; but why keep on harping about it,it becomes commonplace and boring after a while like the proverbial pain in the ass.
Our weekend trip away down the south coast of NSW OZ TRAYER was predictably uneventful, we did that which was expected of us to do, drive 650 klms or 455miles there and back have grease burgers at MAC FRIES and inspect number two sons partially built 35sq 4 b/r house on a five acre plot while the 50 knot wind from Antarctica froze my nuts. Friday and Sat the few hours we spent in the local club was a break from not catching any fish, but nearest and dearest and I performed on the dance floor to an everything goes type of music played non stop for three hours, oh and the meal in the club for us was chish & fips according to the Chinese chef, Fish and Chips with Salad both nights our three eldest sons and No2 sons partner had beef casserole, it was when they had finished eating I enquired; "Did You enjoy your dog"?
This is where I retaliate with my very own aches and pains bulletin. Since Monday pm I have been suffering a severe Cold(or Flu) misery together with chest pains; just to keep company with my permanent back pain and the pain always present in my right lung caused by asbestos related pleurisy, the pain in my right knee and the constant buzzing in both ears (Tinnitus).
Yesterday, Dr Tim Liauw; My Chinese Physician for the past nine years pronounced me fit to drive for the next 12 months, after I read the bottom line (In Polish I think) with my distance spectacles. Going for some shut eye now, see ya. Vest
Thursday, 1 June 2006
To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).
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