The past fortnight's variation with the temperature has been either cool , wet or hot and blistering and today overcast with drizzle, meaning hot and sweaty. We get it all in Oz including snow ice frost, dust storms, floods drought and er is there anything I have missed?
Sitting by a cooling fan makes life more bearable, but getting along with life without a fan chasing you brings you down to earth.
I rarely drink alcohol nowadays , however, the head problems continue to run amok when unexpected. I am learning to live with the problem I was advised that there was little that could be done to rectify the malady. My memory is good and other thought processes are excellent. The waterworks problem is under control, the 'Flomax tabs' which sent me into a spin for days did the job OK but tended to make one's legs buckle after taking them for two weeks, I now only take one every two weeks, but the furthest up the wall comp will be a thing of the past.
Not much to report on the home front, everything is going smoothly; no factional interruptions.
Hope you people in the UK are enjoying the newly discovered recipe for breast milk Ice cream, Yuk!!
I am now off for a cooling shower before the Eng v India big bash starts at eight pm, just got a feeling the poms are in for a thrashing, We'll see.
Think it more satisfactory to live richly than die rich.
Sunday, 27 February 2011
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