The Shed. Just idle chit-chat.

Ken
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Cster wrote: Sun Jun 20, 2021 2:55 am Now No Mag no Forum and No Chat. Thankfully an electronic version will continue and the Members have stood up and invented a Forum and a Chat for those inclined to socialise the Ulysses Way.
Indeed Keith. But sadly I don't think we have critical mass on the forum or chat yet. May never happen, and the way things are going, we might get beyond critical mass in membership as well. I have no idea what the solution is.
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Thankfully your letter made it into the Winter Riding On. Maybe some numbers may come of that.
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OK Friday the 22nd I went to Medowie Skin Clinic for round two of the cut out and shrink my middle. Apparently they needed another inch of flesh from me. This time though the cover is wrinkled and seems to be rubbing on the scar if it forms. A right bugger that keeps being sore due to me driving down to the John hunter Hospital to deliver stuff to the Daughter. Anyway back down there today and I thought I'd have them maybe change the cover and put one on that was flat and not skewed a bit. So no nurse to greet you and it was just take a number and wait, after half an hour I spoke to a girl admin who called my number and she said if you want a dressing change it will be about 2 hrs wait. Daughter was being discharged with in the half hour so I advised them not to worry. Darling Daughter can change this dressing when we all settle and I get off the PC. Apparently the cut and stitch last time has Melanoma right to the edge of the sample so here hoping it isn't to the edge of this sample. So I should go on a diet incase they keep shrinking my waist line skin, sort of a free tummy tuck from behind no?? well on the sides at least.
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Probly not the best way to get a tummy tuck, Keith. :x
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Strange though I seem to still have a bus drivers belly. :lol:
I removed the dressing and there are 14 stitches that will come out next Wednesday.
They itch like buggery. Awkward scratchy feeling having them rub on the shirts
Especially when bouncing about in the seat of the bus. Annoying but hey all stitched up.
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