Monday, 7 June 2010

Another update

Things seem to have settled down and I'm healing well. A combination of sore leg, antibiotics and painkillers isn't really making me feel great right now but it's good to be feeling a bit better. Once again, thanks for all your kind wishes and I'll try to get back to posting as soon as I can.


  1. So much of a roller coaster epic you should think about writing a blog :) xx Hope good progress continues x best of British xx

  2. Look after yourself xtm. You have kept me going through a full year of illness. At least it should be warming up for you now, while we pull out the winter woollies.

    An avid reader, Brisbane

  3. Now your home again XTM the healing process will be better than being in an NHS bed.... your an incredibly brave man who has a fantastic sence of humour as well as having a heart that is in the right place...( not that it needs me to say it)
    keep strong get well soon and I think its true to say we all wait for the day that you become strong enough to start blogging again.
    regards from all at

  4. So glad to hear you're starting to feel a bit better. I hope this is the start of you making a good recovery!

  5. Early days yet TM, give it time and all will be ok . You have gone through the worst so now for the best , heal well and stay well..

  6. Yeah, yeah... any excuse to get out of blogging. ;)

  7. chris in Melbourne8 June 2010 at 02:10

    Yo XTM!
    Sounds all good, resting up. Probably feels a slow process but time helps.
    Had to have a bit of a giggle at my colleague in Brissy, talking about the winter woollies. I guess you get acclimatised to wherever you live in the world, but the average low temp overnight in Brisbane for years past is listed on the bureau site at 9.5C, average daytime high 20+C

    OZ is a big place, the temps down here in Melbourne quite a lot colder in these months.

    They say about Melbourne 'four seasons in one day' ( Crowded House song title also- the writer of that song lived here )which is true- sunshine one minute, hail and pestilence the next.

    Think happy thoughts, best wishes,

    Chris in Melbourne