Location: Teignmouth, Devon, United Kingdom

I'm married with two grown up children and four grandchildren, My wife of 47 years is Sue and we are the same age. My two children are Pamela (blogging occasionly under and Roy,who was recently Paralysed from the waist down due to an Absys on his Spine. My 4 grandchildren are (oldest first) Gavin, Hayley, Thomas,and Zoe. Sue and I are both retired and we're disabled too, her with a badly Arthritic back and spine, me with lung (COPD) and Heart problems.I have always loved Fishing (all sorts) Sue started fishing with me about 8 years ago, now she really enjoys it too. We both love m'cycles and m'cycling, Sue owns and rides her own bike which is a Custom 1981 250 Honda.I own a 1979 Honda CX500. We are both members of this motorcycle club ( view or join our club on or see my blog post Dec 2007 blog "Getting old, never", of course we're badly resticted now due to our illness, only riding in really good weather.Just over three years ago we lost our best friend and Baby Mojo the border Collie, Gone but never forgotten. Please feel free to use any of our photo's but do let me know you have used them, thank you.

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Sue an Update

Hi all,
Some of you have asked how Sue is coming on, so Yesterday she had an appointment in Barnstaple (75miles away) Hosp to check how healing is going on, its been 13 weeks since she broke the arm, so hopes were high but very soon dashed. There had been absolutely no healing what so ever, nothing.The only answer then was to go down the road they probably should have gone down all those weeks ago, which is Surgery and pinning.While we were there they decided to do the Pre Op checks and try to get her an emergency entrance, which after 3.5 hours of checks, X Rays, Vein scans they eventually managed it. Only trouble was she had to go in there and then ready for the Op at 9.00am today. So at nearly 6.00 pm last night i had to jump into the car and travel the 153 mile round journey to fetch her medication and night clothes and toiletries. When i returned at 930pm i had a cuppa and left to come home again (another 75 miles). This morning at 10 am she underwent the Operation which according to the Surgeon went well, although she was in Recovery for 2.5 hours as they couldn't get her blood pressure Up !!!.Left her at 8.00 pm tonight she was still very woosy and in a lot of pain, we just hope they can rectify her B P otherwise they wont let her home quickly. Fingers Crossed.
10 pm Saturday.
I have just left Sue at the hospital, all being well she will be out of hospital by lunch time tomorrow
, hopefully all will heal quickly she can then get her Hip mended and be fully well at last.
Joke of the day.
Priest and a Nun were crossing the Sahara desert on a camel. On the Third day out, the camel suddenly dropped dead without warning.
After dusting themselves off, the Priest and the Nun surveyed their situation. After a long period of silence, the Priest spoke. 'Well,Sister, this looks pretty grim.'
'I know, Father. In fact, I don't think it likely that we can survive
more than a day or two.'
'I agree,' says the Father. 'Sister, since we are unlikely to make it
out of here alive, would you do something for me?'
'Anything, Father.'
'I have never seen a woman's breasts and I was wondering if I might see yours'?
'Well, under the circumstances I don't see that it would do any harm.'

The Nun opened her habit and the Priest enjoyed the sight of her shapely breasts, commenting frequently on their beauty.
'Sister, would you mind if I touched them?' She consented and he fondled them for several minutes.
'Father, could I ask something of you?'
'Yes, Sister?'
'I have never seen a man's thingy. Could I see yours?'
'I suppose that would be OK,' the Priest replied lifting his robe.
'Oh Father, may I touch it?'
The priest consented and after a few minutes of fondling he was
sporting a huge erection.
'Sister, you know that if I insert my thing in the right place, it can
give life.'
'Is that true Father?'
'Yes, it is, Sister.'

'Oh Father, that's wonderful ...
So stick it in the camel and let's get
the hell out of here!'


Blogger Patty said...

Well let's hope this will get everything straightened out and she'll soon be on the road to recovery. I would have thought the hospital could have given her some medication for the time being to keep you from having to make the trip home ti pick it up and back to the hospital and then home again. That's a lot of driving for anyone.

The joke, you're bad, I laughed my head off and then read it to my husband, he also chuckled out loud.

Tell Sue hope this will take care of it and she won't be going back for anything else to be done to the arm.

7:54 pm  

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