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The Weariness, The Fever And The Fret

The upside of powerful painkillers is pretty obvious – they’re quite well suited to killing pain powerfully for a while which can be a blessing when every day has pain and pain and pain. The downside of powerful painkillers can … Continue reading

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Rebel Scum

This coming Monday I have another respiratory check-up, ostensibly to see how I’ve been getting on with the new nebuliser treatment but also potentially to decide whether I need to have IV treatment again. If so it will be 14 … Continue reading

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Clean-up Is As Easy As Catching A Ball In A Cup

Cack. A somewhat old-fashioned word for poop. And a suitable description of how I feel today. I can use it in a sentence if you like. I feel like cack. I dread to think how much worse I’d feel without … Continue reading

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Sorry We Hurt Your Field, Mister

Two and a half hours. That’s how long I managed to interact with the outside world today. Not a very long time for any of you I’m sure but considering how locked away I’ve been this last week because of … Continue reading

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Road Runner

To shake the malaise that has hung like a storm cloud over my mountainously weird mind of late I was to be away for a couple of nights over the weekend, staying first in Northamptonshire with Adam and then in … Continue reading

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LEGend

Yesterday’s SleepFest (c) has been followed by a more awake but hardly less sedate day. The good news is that the pains in my stomach have virtually receded. Or transferred themselves to elsewhere, more like as my left leg is … Continue reading

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