Otium cum dignitate.
Hey Lilith, don't know what you mean by blog link don't work. You're gonna have to forgive me honey, my head doesn't work - I've had splitting headaches that have got worse since fracturing my skull and my visions affected but all I get from the doc is stronger painkillers.I'm sorry about this and to all who visit my blog I'm sorry folks just bear with me?Pip x
Now that you mention it there is rather a resemblance.. and McGowan looks like a caricature of either of them!
Philipa, shouldn't your doctor refer you to Frenchay Hospital or somewhere that specialises in head injuries? Pain killers are not sorting the problem, which is getting worse.
El Splund. I am glad you agree :-)
I agree Lilith but they just fob me off. What can you do? When my head's hurting I struggle for words and if I argue I end up sounding insane!Wibble.Later :-)
P, I don't think it's you getting the blog invite thing wrong - unless I am also getting it wrong. I have tried to invite Mr Croydonian but he doesn't get my invites.Most odd.
Actually Lilith, they all look like impersonators of John Cleese, when he was first introduced to Biggus Diccus!That must have been one of the funniest scenes in the whole of film history, and I'm sitting here grinning like a cheshire cat even at the thought of them all starting to giggle.So perhaps there is less to these guys than meets the eye...
These are men that you have slept with? Are you looking for them? I can help to find them, even though I have only one kidney.If you can not find them I will to marry you. This is not so that I can stay in this country, I have job flesh packing and I own a BMW.You will not do better.
I forgot. I am not careing for overly small flaps on a woman. Do you have big flaps? It is not so important if you have nice home.
Lilith, you appear to have unearthed the first evidence of human cloning - well done for breaking the story!
Lillith they look nothng like eachother silly girl .I see the moment I go away you start going nto the dogs
The Life of Brian is one of the funniest films ever made Scrobs.Metody, I don't do beards.Tuscan, it is uncanny.Newmania, I can't help it. I am not at all focussed.
Philipa - do you have a friend who could come with you to the docs as an advocate? Lilith had what turned out to be a "thunderclap" headache a while back, which had the appearance of an aneurism. Doc said - it's a virus (yeah, right). We went back together, and I told them I wasn't moving from the surgery till they agreed to a scan. Yes, sez (new doc), I'll get you admitted to A&E. We get there and I pull the same one. No go till we have a scan. Got one the same day, got a (nasty, but reassuring) lumbar puncture, and all clear.So an advocate to assist is a real boon when dealing with medics. I just pretend to be my late old man, who could do military to a T, bless him, and behave as if no-one is going to stop me getting what I want. It works. Go for it.
I agree with Elby there, Pippy.As you well kno I had to pull a similar stunt to get my boy operated on.It's not about being helpless, by the way. It's about sending out the message that you are not alone.
Elby! A man after my own heart!When Mrs S was seriously in pain from a slipped disc, I eventually admitted her to hospital myself, by just turning up and saying she could stay! (She had been in and out before, but with no result)!
Thankyou for the advice all. Sadly Elby I have no advocate.
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