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The life and times of a guy that can't sit still.
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Bank holiday fun
Posted:May 25, 2009 5:00 am
Last Updated:May 26, 2009 1:51 am

Well there's no rest for me today. Even though today is a bank holiday, and the are off school, Jess is at work and I am sitting here hard at work on my business presentation.
I've got lots of graphics to produce and time is money.
Gahhhh, ahhh well, back to work.
If you can take the time for some leasure today then good luck to you.
Back on line......
Posted:May 9, 2009 5:27 am
Last Updated:Oct 3, 2022 9:6 pm

Well we got cable today with the local cable company. All seems good. We had an installation ahead of schedule at 7.59am today.

It means goodbye to the hopeless broadband dongle we've had since returning to England last year. Hurrah.

It means hello again to this place, downloading, emails with attachments,(Luxury), the book of faces and computer games with avatars.

If I'm lucky I may sleep tonight. Then again.....
Horny in the evening.
Posted:Apr 26, 2009 2:13 am
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:54 pm

Jess went back to work yesterday. Yes saturday is a funny day to go back to work, but she works for a company that does the three days on, three days off type of shift. It's a job she really enjoys and it's close enough to walk to work.

Jess has been looking better and better since the operation. Her skin is so very soft and silky....erm...anyway...
She wore a short black dress that reveals just enough breast and shows off her legs to full effect.

Well I walked her home from work since she had a late finish. We had to walk through a local area frequented by locals who show off their fast "cars". Wolf whistles and honking horns all the way. Nice result. I was proud.
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Cancer treatment. The story so far.....
Posted:Apr 14, 2009 11:37 am
Last Updated:May 9, 2009 5:31 am

Wow. Back again.

For my long suffering regular readers, you may remember that my dear Jess was diagnosed with a tumour where her right kidney should have been. The initial work was done in Texas. Nothing conclusive and then a massive set of medical bills. Over here in England she's finally getting the treatment she deserves.

Jess was scanned properly in a variety of ways and the diagnosis was yes, that she did have a tumour about the size of a regular can of coke where her right kidney should be. It was removed in day surgery last week and now she's home recovering.

I think the tumour was releasing hormones such as adrenaline, keeping her agitated and stopping her sleeping. It's been so for the longest time. To boot, her sickness was showing in her skin, her eyes were always bloodshot. The whites of her eyes have been yellow for the longest time too.
On the day of the surgery, I drove her to the hospital and she was admitted at about 7.30am. Surgery was done during the day and she was ready to go home in the evening. When I collected her she was up and around, albeit slowly. Her eyes clear white again. The feeling of panic and dread she's had for months....gone.

We have to wait about four weeks while the tumour is analysed to see what further treatment she will need. However, so far so good. She's looking forward to going back to work in a week or so.

Yesterday Jess and I visited a local oriental resturant. All you can eat buffet for five pounds. It was wonderful.
Doing the tourist thing.....
Posted:Feb 28, 2009 2:02 pm
Last Updated:Apr 19, 2009 2:29 pm

My mother-in-law is over with us from the states at the moment. We're showing her all the good places the UK has to offer. Last week we went to Lake Vyrnwy. Today we visited Stratford-upon-Avon, Henley in Arden, Notcuts garden centre and had a great day. We walked a long way, down the River Avon nature trail and then around Stratford.

On the way back the car did very well, all within the usual motorway speed limits. However there were a lot of impatient prats out today. People who get behind me on a road with a 50mph speed limit..... I drive the car at 50mph or below, depending on the road conditions. The prat driver usually wants to exceed the limit and gets real close and high-beams me. I want a light-up sign for the back window that tells them where to go.....
Off line and stuffed.....
Posted:Feb 20, 2009 3:51 pm
Last Updated:Jun 27, 2009 7:18 am

I have been off-line with this site for over a week. Finally I got into the blogs via passion. Gahh, so frustrating.

Also frustrating, my search for work. After so much time out of the job market I'm finding it very hard to find new employment.

On the plus side, after a week of school holidays the return to school next week. They have been very badly behaved this week. I wish there were a borstal school that the could attend that might give them a short sharp shock. I think every town should have one. A school that has been closed down could be re-designated a borstal school and all the would be one tantrum away from a month there.
Morning breath.....
Posted:Feb 12, 2009 4:52 am
Last Updated:Oct 3, 2022 9:6 pm

My breath was apparently a gust from the bottom of satan, judging by the gag reflex Jess endured as I kissed her good morning.

I got up, got the fed and ready for school and then defrosted the car inside and outside before the school run.
With the dropped off I made the mad dash across town to the Job Centre, (Read as Welfare office if you're American). Thank goodness we have the service.
Depressing is not the word. I have to do something but being a stay-at-home dad somewhat cramps my working life.

Time to try something new.
Fun in a Fiat.....
Posted:Feb 8, 2009 12:16 pm
Last Updated:Oct 3, 2022 9:6 pm

And I don't mean sex......
Well we've had the Fiat Punto for some time now. I have done my best to get her sorted so that she runs smoothly as possible.
It has a 1.1 litre engine and just enough power to get into trouble. Fortunately the Stoke on Trent roads that I drive are mostly limited to 30mph. Most of the power gets concentrated on the perpetual hill start that is Burslem.
Tell someone in Staffordshire that you live in Burselm, Stoke on Trent and they usually give you that look of pity. The same sort of look that we give someone "enjoying" remarkably painful anal sex.

I am just very very angry. Banks such as the Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds TSB are handing their people big bonuses whilst thousands of good British busineses have gone bust due to lack of credit facilities.
Credit has been extended to those with no sound business plan and denied to the skilled industry that can not easily be replaced. Burslem used to be home to Wedgewood and numerous other companies. Pubs, Breweries, shops and heavy industry.

Anyway, most of it is all rubble I drive past.
Snow day.......not the film.
Posted:Feb 5, 2009 8:22 am
Last Updated:Feb 12, 2009 2:34 pm

Today the could not attend school because of the snow. Frankly I think schools should be kept open at all costs in the snow season. The closure for less than two inches of snow was silly. So the and I had a pancake from the shop near the school and then I drove them to my parents'. We spent the school day there, where my mum who is a retired school teacher, taught them instead.
I'm aware that I'm lucky though. Many parents can not afford the time off to supervise when school is cancelled. Many employers will sack staff that have to stay home on snow days.
Furthermore, I am glad that my mum can teach because otherwise I'd have had a harder day, dealing with bored .

Bring back the days when teachers were given accomodation close to the schools. If there was bad weather, they were able to get to work and school was rarely cancelled.
Leave it and it slowly dies.....
Posted:Feb 2, 2009 2:24 am
Last Updated:Feb 8, 2009 12:58 pm

As the few regular readers of my Blog will be aware, Jess and I have been battling a number of issues for a while now. So in no particular order.....
(1) The ongoing issues with the car. Sludge and varnish and the cruel march of time have taken their toll on our motor.
(2) The big C, cancer. Jess has a tumour where her right kidney should be.
(3) A bad landlord that has neglected the house we live in.
(4) My career....which lets face it, was in freefall before I met Jess and ditched in the sea somehere in the gulf of Mexico.

In all cases, action is needed. Jess needs her operation, I need to get a steady job, we need to find a decent landlord and the car needs an overhaul. This isn't really a moan, it's a statement of fact. Things that have to be done, things that keep me away from reading the blogs.
I thank god for my apparent good health, my , my skills and my family. Ohhh and just in case you thought I'd forgotten the blue nature of this site.....yes, I thank god for every time Jess and I find ourselves in the mood to make love. Yes I thank the lord for every juicy moment of pleasure in my life.

If you're suffering at the moment, I wish you well, my prayers are with you.

On the subject of our car, when I got it the car had clearly spent a year parked up outside, unused. A layer of algae, seized hinges and the smell of damp is testament to that. Those in the states who will have seen the advert for petrol that cleans sludge out of engines, will be aware of the stopping power of sludge. I have sludge in the fuel, the engine and the fuel injection system. All of it compounded by burnt oil vapour that finds its way into the engine via the crank case breather tube that terminates at the air intake. Why? The oil vapour condenses on the injection parts and gums them up.
The plumbing book arrives
Posted:Jan 31, 2009 10:37 am
Last Updated:Feb 8, 2009 12:58 pm

Today my plumbing book arrived. I got it on a popular book sale website. A good pristine copy, delivered within three working days. Cool.
Yes, that's it. I'm going to be a plumber. The concept of spending my working life trying to achieve impossible KPI's (Key Point targets that will prevent staff getting bonuses)......well the concept of spending my life doing more of that leaves me cold.
Sure plumbing's hard work, but it's enjoyable for me.

Buying training books are my first step of course. The net step is to get a job that helps pay the bills and cover the cost of the training course.
The best of times and the worst of times.....
Posted:Jan 31, 2009 4:41 am
Last Updated:Oct 3, 2022 9:6 pm

Jess and I are having Jess's mum over from the states to stay with us in England.
We have been making up a list of places to go and not to go. Places that will show her the best of Britain.
So far in the places to go list:

London by coach. No way am I driving.
Stratford upon Avon. Town of culture and tourists in loud texan trousers.
Coventry, the city that had to be re-built after the war.
Cadbury world. It's a rip off but hey it is better than Hershey World.
The Black Country Museum. It's just wonderful.
The Avoncroft Museum. Again, just wonderful.
Birmingham. Just because.....
Stoke on Trent. Because we have to.
Lake Vyrnwy.
Liverpool. Another city of culture.
Packwood House and Badsley Clinton.

Nominations for the no-no list?????
High Speed and the check engine light.....
Posted:Jan 29, 2009 1:31 pm
Last Updated:Feb 2, 2009 2:13 pm

Today I had a lovely visit to my dentist in Wolverhampton. He is very good and I'm unlikely to change to a closer dentist any time soon. I had some work done on my front teeth, a plastic coating that makes my gnashers a bit less dangerous to my lady.

The ride down there was good. There is clearly some debris in the car's fuel system, every so often the car stutters just a little. Sometimes the engine check light comes on and then goes off. Gahh. I guess I'll just have to persist with this one. I'm going to change the timing belt and the bearing this weekend. Ohh and with the bad cold weather coming, that's going to be fun.

As I type this I'm watching a TV program about a family that run a Victorian farm. Looks like hard work but that cottage looks quite cool. They have a traditional solid fuel range. Wonderful.
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