yoo hoo! I'm back! Thanks to cyberkitten for posting my messages and keeping the Court informed! CK - I would suggest you keep my log-in for a bit, just in case!
Can't keep a good queen down. Basic service atm with a cobbled PC and joint account. Ah, I miss my very own account - and I can't seem to find all my files.
But MB worked hard and late last night trying to get us back online. He came home to a very depressed CQ yesterday who was missing her blogbuddies. Normally it wouldn't be SO bad 'cos I have internet at work, but being stuck at home meant no communication at all.
So - update:
Job: I am thrilled (and somewhat surprised!) that I got the job. I thought I was terrible in the interview. The job is Assistant Health and Safety Advisor for the site I currently work on (no more information on work - it's 18a secret! shh). I should be in my new job in about four weeks!
Sicknote: I'm still off for a week. I have cut back my painkillers as one of the side-effects was I was sleeping about 18 hours a day. So more pain, but less total fatigue. And now I can pinpoint the pain more accurately and also be more definite about what hurts and what doesn't. Sitting for long periods hurts, bending over hurts, picking up things really hurts and getting in and out of the car is very painful atm. Oh, and as I discovered yesterday - sitting at a table doing jigsaws is off the scale!
MRI finding: Ah, the wonders of the NHS. I have a gynae appointment to discuss the MRI results and findings on the 9 May. 10 weeks, not bad I guess. But at least I don't have to turn up with my cheque book in my hand and a spare coupla grand in the bank!
Boo: No, not the shout, but my precious goddaughter. Thousands of miles away with her mum (my absolute girlfriend, silentmum!) they rang me this weekend and Boo serenaded me with Lullaby of Broadway. She is attending a stageschool and I thought her seven-year old voice has great potential. She can find a note and hold it - without accompaniment! Needless to say, the rendition reduced me to floods of tears. I tried to explain to silentmum; when Boo was a baby, I used to dream of watching or listening to her doing this kind of stuff, then sweeping her into my arms to congratulate her and tell her how wonderful she is. Not so easy at 5,000 miles.......
Anyway, that's enough from me for now..