COME ON CRIS (SKEZIER)

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  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
    edited 30. Nov -1, 00:00
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    Hi Annie,

    (((( )))) is all I can say to you for your help..... hey what you dong on the 18th? I start the drip,....... xx

    Hi Joy,

    Reading your post I wonder would trigger points help you? If i remember rightly your pain clinic didn't go so well? See I think you could get some help with the trigger point jabs cus they do a lot of good with my spasm in the left side.

    I think its to break the circle and if yours is like mine no amount of pressure massage will loosen it but the cortisone and local always does to varying agrees. Mine are topped up every 6-10 weeks depending on how busy she is.

    This type really smashes the circle with a lump hammer :wink::lol::lol: hat I don't understand is why I can't relax it like I can every other muscle not bound to the involuntary group! Its pain but I really can't break it my self.

    Have a chat with him but to e honest chiro's. osteopaths etc tend to be anti jabs to a degree. What you might be able to do is see a different pain clinic or a dif consultant? ((( ))) and I really hope you can find something. Cris x

    Hi Trish,

    Oh its good t be back!!!!!! Hey they breeds us tough own here :wink::lol::lol::lol: I am such a wimp with my neck but only with my neck :roll: :lol:

    Its all wonderfully numb........ I think it might have been de-nerved but I will ask her, she wants to see me in 4 weeks (its normally 6-8) but she was 'concerned' about the state of my wrists and elbows..... pa eh, who wants it..... I know you don't.

    Hope your feeling a bit better now?

    Love and a (((( )))) and sorry I not been about,

    Cris xx
  • joanlawson
    joanlawson Member Posts: 8,681
    edited 30. Nov -1, 00:00
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    She volunteered sedative Very Happy Not much but enough to make me burble a load of garbage

    Quote from Cris

    Hi Cris

    Glad you have survived, and you are OK.

    I liked your quote above. I burble a load of garbage at the best of times, and I haven't even had a sedative :!: :lol::lol:

    Happy New Year :!:

    Joan
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  • trisher
    trisher Member Posts: 9,263
    edited 30. Nov -1, 00:00
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    Hi Cris

    So glad to hear from you.

    Yes PA, neither of us asked him to come in bodies did we. Look what he's done.

    We will have to make a small boat, to go into our blood streams and kill him, don't you think??? I think he had a cheek creeping in like that.

    Trish :mrgreen:
  • trisher
    trisher Member Posts: 9,263
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    Cris

    When is the drip?

    Yes, the pain doctor either is going to see about your wrists or maybe re do your neck before it comes alive.

    Hey, did you go and come in an ambulance? I was wondering how you got home.

    Trish xx
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Joan,

    Oh I burble better than I do anything else....... But half doped burbling....... I dread to think...... I know thy were all laughing..... but not at me...... Hey forgot to say Happy new year x

    Hi Lynn,

    Oh its good to be back! Its been hard cus I have not been able to do anything, ,my eyes decided this was a good time to blur out on me so I couldn't read, the stereo couldn't be used ( I have done a week now with no Goldfrap, Deadmau5 and not pc :shock: :shock: :lol::lol: ) cus the base really does belt even on low volume so all in all its good to be able to be back :D

    Hey you and yours have a very happy new year and hopefully 2010 will be a kinder one. Love and ((((( _))))) Cris xxxx

    Hi Trish,

    I got the guy who came down to help with this lot to give me a lift in and back. I couldn't have driven even today...... I still feel a bit disjointed with too much movement but with luck I will be ok on the 3rd day..... Though wont drive till monday all being well.

    The drip I think is on th 18th to the 22nd....... I should be mid lined the fridy before..... If not I will ask for the blue cannula!

    I need to get back o dong the moving around cus I seem to be stiffening up.

    You feeling any better now?

    You know your medrone question? Is it the depot ones? I think it depends on variables somehow but will be interested to the answer the helpline gives you. Love and ((( ))) Cris who just remembered she got to be up at 6 :shock: xx
  • trisher
    trisher Member Posts: 9,263
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    Hi Cris

    Yes it is the Depot one and it look like a bigger syringe full this time.

    I don't know about this. I've had it before and they say it will sting and others it will hurt but I don't know i have had it done. :shock:

    I still sit waiting for it.

    We will be with you for the drip as well. Fingers crossed they use the blue one. In fact I will send them a letter :D

    love Trish xxx
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Trish,

    Yep Send them note for me :wink:

    Look its not any worse than the cortizone really...... Its another kind f steroid but I can't remember what the difference is but it sort of xjs type were as the cortizone would be a kinda escort type........ Its always been worth having for me and they use medrone in my neck and thats the one that does the most good AND I normally have a bit more energy as well so jst give it ago and no matter how big the syringe the needles the same size...... except for the thick white penicillin :roll:

    Have they said when they are going to give it you? xx
  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 29,546
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    Well isn't this nice?
    All back together again :D
    Just stop the scaary needle talk :wink: some of us are scared of 'em!!
    only joking :)
    happy you are back cris :):)
    love
    toni xx
  • tkachev
    tkachev Member Posts: 8,332
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    Hi Cris,
    Thankyou for worrying about Lucy.But you had your problems to deal with.You are so brave.I really hope things improve for you,
    Best wishes
    Elizabeth X
    Never be bullied into silence.
    Never allow yourself to be made a victim.
    Accept no ones definition of your life

    Define yourself........

    Harvey Fierstein
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Toni,

    I am sorry flower I forgot about the needle thing :oops: They use special ones that are so small they can hardly been seen and don't hurt at all :wink:

    Hey you glad I got a screen...... bit of peace for you.

    Ah enforced rest with a screen....... and a compromise over the stereo, though I won't push it with the 12" Ghosts and Stuff :wink::D:D:D

    Love and ((( ))) Cris xx

    Hi Elizabeth,

    Don't you worry about that one. I was a kid with Crohn's and well its not easy when your young to understand what its all about. I just hope they will e able to help her soon. When do they see her again? ((( ))) Cris x
  • tkachev
    tkachev Member Posts: 8,332
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    Hi Cris,
    13th January but I just seem to go round in circles.It is upsetting her more and more as she has to deal with school.I managed to write the school a letter explaining her need for privacy and to stop forcing her to eat lunch(as they do) cos she feels sick.They have taken my concerns on board which I am grateful for.I can then reassue her.We all need reassuring dont we?

    Take care
    Elizabeth X
    Never be bullied into silence.
    Never allow yourself to be made a victim.
    Accept no ones definition of your life

    Define yourself........

    Harvey Fierstein
  • annie_mial
    annie_mial Member Posts: 5,614
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    So good to have you back again, Cris........an enforced rest is just what you need.
    I will be around on the 18th, never fear! Guess a lot of us will be holding your hand around then. The sheepses are no good at hand holding, they tend to bite it!

    It seems at the moment that you are likely to escape the really bad weather at the end of the week, but it's early days yet! It's already on my mind, 'cos I dread it and I'm sure others do too.
    I will be soooooo glad when the Spring comes along (if it ever does).

    I have broken all the new toys I got for Christmas and am roaming the place trying to find something to do - I've actually got plenty, just can't settle to it at the moment.

    Any ideas, anyone?

    Annie
  • trisher
    trisher Member Posts: 9,263
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    We could all gang up at the weather. Yes good idea.

    We could all get up a big hill and as the bad weather comes, we could all blow it so it turns and goes back where it came from :lol:

    Ready steady blooooow. :shock: just practising

    Trish xx
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Elizabeth,

    Poor Lucy bless her, I really hope they do something for her on the 13th. The school should help her not make her feel conspicuous. I really can't belive how long they have left her without doing anything so I hate to think how fed up you must feel. Here's hoping they help next week. Luv and ((( ))) Cris x

    Hi Annie,

    One good thing about this weather is I have not had to ware my Hunters and in 'Frankie's boots' my feet have been warm and comfy :D They are starting to actually heal :D I hope the drip will polish off any resistance they may still have :wink:

    Did you say you were on Dartmoor? I know one side really well, and also its weather :shock: Luv Cris xx

    Hi Trish,

    Ok when do you want to start to blow?

    Hows you today? ((( ))) xx
  • annie_mial
    annie_mial Member Posts: 5,614
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    Sure Dartmoor, on the north side. I have family down that way and some in S Devon, although they are getting thin on the ground now. Pretty gruesome there in winter at times - quite gruesome at other times, too, now I come to think of it. Long time since I was down there permanently.

    I'm glad the feet are looking better, just hope the weather holds out a bit longer for you. I remember as a kid getting chilblains that blistered and then got infected - yikes!

    Annie
  • trisher
    trisher Member Posts: 9,263
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    Chris

    Your feet have improved. Oh that's good Cris. Carry on xxx

    Trish xxx
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Annie,

    I know the south side really well, did 3 winters up there and 3 summers obviously :roll: I wrote some silly thing called the cottage and thats where the idea came from, there was one that sometimes appeared by Haytor Rocks...... Hey I was there a week before the mist cleared enough to see the Tor and you know what I was amazed and struck dumb as it appeared out f the mist with the setting sun behind it........

    Did a fir bit of digging poor sheep out of the drifts in the banks as well.... no place to be either in mist or snow eh? Luv Cris xx
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Trish,

    How are you today?

    I'm glad they are starting to heal they sort of worried me for a min...... Its the shoes and the fact I am sat here in a recliner :lol::lol: They have needed to be warm and elevated and I have actually give them want they want....... Till tomorrow when I am gong paddling and will be in my Hunters again :roll: Hey do you want to come with? The lights are really amazing you know :lol::lol: xx
  • annie_mial
    annie_mial Member Posts: 5,614
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    Well, I never did, I know Hay Tor really well, (or did; shouldn't think it's changed much!). Hellish up there in a fog, or even a heavy drizzle, come to that! I know I've heard something else about the Rocks, but can't think what it was at the mo - it'll come to me sometime. What I do know is that it is scary up there after dark!

    Annie
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Annie,

    Haytor over to Saddle Tor then to Grimspund and Hound Tor I used to know like the back of my hand :D My first Lab knocked some of the walls at Grimspound down :oops: :oops: :lol::lol::lol:

    Oh where to start, the devils hunt, The headless horseman, the headless hounds come to that! :shock: :shock: :shock: I have always thought Cornish legions are nicer........ Thou.....

    There is a White hear one...... My Nan almost certainly saw a white escaped rabbit cross her path on the way to the shops..... She came home, bolted the door and no amount of reasoning would make her let us go out! :lol::lol: You know she's been gone since I was 18 but I still miss her...... and..... take after her a little too much :lol::lol::lol: xx
  • annie_mial
    annie_mial Member Posts: 5,614
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    Headless hounds, that's the one! used to give me nightmares as a child...................white hares we have had here as well, I'm convinced there's a family of albino ones up on the Downs. Would explain so many things.
    I do remember the one about the coach and horses along the Tavistock road - it would turn off to Peter Tavy and never be seen again!

    Annie
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Annie,

    The one about the Tor gave me nightmares and I was in my late teens :oops: :oops: :lol::lol: Dartmoor is also so atmospheric eh? Used to hear voices on the wind,....... I didn't but its some place to have your imagination run with you! :wink:

    I tell you all but a handful of the Dartmoor ones involved the Devil, and don't forget it was the hunt that was the inspiration for Cannon Doyle's Hound of the Baskervilles :wink: You know Widecombe's church even has the Devil in its stain glass window :shock: Think I prefer the Mermaids Chair in Zennor church and the Tommy Knockers (never whistle in a Mine and always leave them some food :wink: )

    Cornish ones are much nicer, though some are spooky...... xx
  • annie_mial
    annie_mial Member Posts: 5,614
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    Entirely agree it's atmospheric - even in broad daylight it can be real spooky..........there are places I really wouldn't go back to now.

    Yep, seen the devil in Widdecombe church.............Dad used to go to a small pub near there, always said the Devil lived there.

    I believe you that Cornish piskies are less malignant..............but we always had to leave milk and bread out for the Devonshire ones!
    I remember we also had to leave food out if there was an escape from Dartmoor prison!

    Annie
  • trisher
    trisher Member Posts: 9,263
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    skezier wrote:
    Hi Trish,

    How are you today?

    I'm glad they are starting to heal they sort of worried me for a min...... Its the shoes and the fact I am sat here in a recliner :lol::lol: They have needed to be warm and elevated and I have actually give them want they want....... Till tomorrow when I am gong paddling and will be in my Hunters again :roll: Hey do you want to come with? The lights are really amazing you know :lol::lol: xx

    Cris

    I would love to come. Hey get it done then it's finished for a bit
    Hey, I will hold your hand again on the 18th right? All the gang will be with you too.

    love Trish xxx
  • skezier
    skezier Member Posts: 11,333
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    Hi Annie,

    Widecombe was our nearest village. I used Tom Coberly..... but not what they did to the poor horse :wink: How many were on her?!

    I actually loved the atmospheric side as well if it was being nice :D You remember the barrows on the south side of Haytor? the path that runs by it used to disturb me and down through the wood towards Rippon Tor. I used to climb Haytor rock on a fine day and sit looking longingly at Cornwall.......... I tell you She never stops calling me home :roll: You could see the big chalk pits even from there but they used to show up from space...... not that i have ever been..... :lol::lol:

    They almost all closed now and a lot have returned to nature and a homeland for the pumas :wink: xx

    Hi Trish,

    You are all so good to me and I don't know as I deserve it.

    Hey my neck is so much better :D:D it worth it and if it only lasts a few days I shall still be pleased to be shot of it even for a short time :D

    If you bring your boat ........ We could go into the middle and really see the lights. I sometimes wish i had 360 degree vision.... well I'd settle for clear vision just now :lol::lol: Love Cris xx