|John (scouse) Hirons|
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|Alright Each & All, Today has been one of those days, we had to get up at ridiculous o’clock to set off to be at Broard Green for 0900 for Mine Fuhrers blood test. If anyone knows the ’Pool they’ll know what a challenge that is, if you think of hells highway at Armageddon they will have a slight idea what Queens Drive is like at rush hour (which on the ’Drive is from about 0600 to 1000). Broad Green is only about 8 miles for our house but it took me from 0745 to get her there on time. At Broard Green the only parking is at the main gate & it’s always full & as the main enterance is about 1 -2 miles (I kid you not) from the gate I drove her in. She then went to her department, & I drove ’round in circles (they’re quick with the parking fines). After being sent all over the piggin’ hospital Mine Fuhrer had her blood taken & got back to the car at 1100, then it was back on the bludy ’Drive (I hate that road) & got back to our house just in time to get a phone call from me Mams carers tellin us that she has reported that someone had broken into her flat & stolen her keys. So off we went to Me Mams, after searching her flat we found the culprit, Me Mam, they were still ’round her neck. & YOU WONDER WHY I DRINK!!!!!!|
Margaret, Thanks for the update on our Harry, if it’s any consolation Sandie reckons that Physio’ gave her the ’stair test’ & kicked her out of dock the next day, mind you I think they were just glad to get shut of her.
Jacky. Good to see you back posting me auld mate, for a jock you even spelt everything right (I’m dead ain’t I) seriously it’s great to see you back to form.
Hugh, My Mrs (Sandie, Mine Fuhrer) has just had the an op for bowl cancer If you need any gen let’s know your email & she will answer any question you have but generally the idea is more scarery than the fact.
Mike, Typical, reductions in the fee, only a Yorky could land on his feet like that.
Vicky, Sandie say thanks but she wants a big hug when we next meet up.
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