So It Is Actually True Then!

Hi,

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So here I am, writing to you once more to the rapid accompaniment of heavy rainfall, like an encouraging counterpoint to my tapping out my daily post.

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I am actually getting quite used to the continuous rain now, after all it is only 28 days since St Swithin’s day….so there may well be 12 more days to go!

Strange stuff indeed.

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Big H and I will be going to hospital again later on today.

He has to see a panel of medical expert types, with regard to his new treatment with the Growth Hormone.

He has had special blood tests taken, which were then sent abroad to the makers of the medication, in order to find out the exact levels of their replacement hormone that he requires for optimum benefits.

He was started out on the lowest level, and, after that had been injected for some time, they then needed to find out how far below the normal levels of the hormone he might still be.

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It is a very new science and all of the information gained from the present patients is carefully collated and scrutinised.

The more you know….etc!

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While we are out I shall pop into a supplier and buy some wore acrylic paints because I have been in such a creative frenzy that I have very little paint left…..only the colours that I do not really like ( brown and dark blues)….or that I rarely need to use.

Then the world will be my lobster once again.

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And to something very sad.

The gentleman who was beaten unconscious in the street during Monday’s rioting, has since died.

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He lay in hospital alone, because the looters stole his phone and wallet, and there was no way to identify him straight away.

Police were yesterday able to name him as a local man named Richard Bowes.

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He had been attacked when he was trying to stamp out a fire during the unrest in Ealing.

He had been so badly hurt that he then spent the next three days in a coma, in a hospital intensive care ward.

Reports now say that a young man has been apprehended in connection with the crime.

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Mr Bowes was a 68 year old civic minded pensioner.

Poor man!

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Hopefully you will have a grand day, damp or not, and will follow it with an outstandingly enjoyable weekend.

Take good care of yourself,

J,x.

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