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After the Storm 2 wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 5:48 pm
Keeping warm and need to take the brake pads off my bike so I have brought it into the house to do tonight, too dark and cold outside now :P
Don't forget to put some back on again.

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Waiting outside a hairdresser for her to come out.
Got the guess what parts are faulty on her car to see if it starts.
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Car in for rear light replacement. The spare bit costs ~£250, OUCH! Then off to ASDA in York to have a calendar made with our pictures on it.
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:lol: Waiting with bated breath to see if any of those new relays gets the BMW going again.
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Tom wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 1:54 pm
:lol: Waiting with bated breath to see if any of those new relays gets the BMW going again.
No difference :lol:
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We’ve been at hospital near Newbury for my husband’s biopsies to check whether or not there’s a regrowth/another tumour on his scalp.

Our son had volunteered to drive us there and back, for which I’m really grateful, as my husband isn’t allowed to drive or operate machinery for 24 hours (including ovens and kettles! ) and I have a painful knee plus I hate driving in the dark and boy was it dark and very wet coming home and very busy on the M4!

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How long before you know the results Gardengirl? Hope all is okay. Sounds like you will have been glad to get back home.

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Thank you, AtS. He should know in 2-4 weeks, seems worse than waiting for for the tumour verdict the first time 2 years ago.

It was a long wait at the hospital, as we expected the biopsies to be done in the outpatients department in half an hour or so, like last time, but it was in the day surgery unit, in the operating theatre, so he had the gown etc on plus THOSE stockings - not that I saw them! 😁

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Gardengirl wrote:
Wed Dec 02, 2020 7:48 pm
We’ve been at hospital near Newbury for my husband’s biopsies to check whether or not there’s a regrowth/another tumour on his scalp.

Our son had volunteered to drive us there and back, for which I’m really grateful, as my husband isn’t allowed to drive or operate machinery for 24 hours (including ovens and kettles! ) and I have a painful knee plus I hate driving in the dark and boy was it dark and very wet coming home and very busy on the M4!
Lets hope you get some good news, driving at night does get harder. Its when you start thinking you're seeing things as you drive you need to ease back.
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@ GG,
Hope you can do something nicer tomorrow, favourite meal or a glass of something good maybe. :)

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