Immobilised

Well, not totally.

I’m recovering after an operation on my back, which means that I’m lounging about while my better half tidies and generally looks after me for a short while, and then I will have several weeks of sitting around the house watching daytime TV, which is almost certainly less fun than the assorted wasters seem to find it. Daytime TV is, without a doubt, awful.

Hospital was ‘interesting’. the contrasts of people (from troubled, mentally ill types, to ungrateful obnoxious types, and all points in between)- and all having to be cared for by genuinely overworked staff. God bless the NHS: my care was excellent, but things were obviously stretched.

5 Responses to “Immobilised”

  1. Countrie Bumpkin Says:

    You did well to come out without a few “extras” such as MRSA etc!

    I wonder how long it will be before we see a commentary on the merits of “Deal or No Deal” on this blog 🙂

  2. stymaster Says:

    To be fair, they seem to take the MRSA thing seriously. I was swabbed at a pre-op check a week before, and when I went in, and the ward was clean.

    As far as Deal or No Deal goes, I can’t stand it. So far I’ve been watching repeats of Locks and Quays, Homes under the Hammer, and a whole load of other dross. I can see the Cartoon Network coming into play, and the Futurama DVDs.

    Don’t expect a daytime TV review- if it becomes that bad I’ll just go quiet!

  3. MarkyB Says:

    Good to see you are doing well. I’m sure certain parties within the family can now relax and stop FLAPPING.

    As far as MRSA is concerned, I just lost a good friend to it. After 4 months in hospital for other issues, he was transferred to another joint in Liverpool and contracted MRSA….on top of a minor heart attack and a serious stroke, the poor bastard died aged 41. Shame, he loved deal or no deal!

  4. stymaster Says:

    Anyone I know?

    Regarding the flapping, there’s always things to flap about.

  5. MarkyB Says:

    @stymaster
    No one you know, he was a mate trhu work. article here
    http://www.shponline.co.uk/article.asp?pagename=news&article_id=8676


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