Drugs, drugs, drugs.

20 Aug

 

 

This is a quick one because mum is trying out a Gloucester hospital style turkey dinner.

The picture is of one of my big boxes of drugs..that’s right I have more than one box. There are thousands upon thousands of drugs in here and the district nurses have to count them every day to make sure no one is stealing them to sell on the black market.

Ooo turkey dinner time!

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9 Responses to “Drugs, drugs, drugs.”

  1. Chris J Dixon August 20, 2011 at 6:40 pm #

    Hi Rosie,

    If your Mum is cooking a turkey dinner, everyone writing hear will be wanting to eat at your home next, lol. Hope the dinner tastes nice and tastes better than the hospital meal. Tonight it is my turn to cook chicken cantonese stir fry with lots of sweet peppers, mushrooms, ginger with the chicken meat and a sweet & sour cantonese sauce too.

    We love your picture of one of your box of meds, like you I have a secure cabinet full and several carrierbags full of my smarties, everything secured away from little hands and mouths, and away from the cats too. Yep, controlled drugs have to be accounted for, last thing we all need is for these drugs to fall into the wrong hands or be use illegally, they might kill someone, never mind us, lol !

    Enjoy your turkey dinner Rosie and don’t forget to write tomorrow to tell us all how well Jo did at getting your turkey dinner just right to your taste and liking. Good luck Jo with the meal and to Chris and Toby too.

    Big hugs and kisses all, you too Rosie, xxx

  2. Lin August 20, 2011 at 6:56 pm #

    Ohhhhh….do you know how wonderful it is to hear you sounding like you’re looking forward to dinner????? Bloody wonderful thats how!!
    Enjoy, love………(mmmmm I love Jo’s roasties…..*drools unattractively……….can we have turkey dinner when I come over please, Jo?????)
    xxxxxxxxx

    (please tell me “roasties” isn’t a bizarre sexual euphamism, cos frankly that sounds a little bit risque……..*snigger)

    • Michelle August 20, 2011 at 7:18 pm #

      This blog gets weirder by the moment 😉 Roasties – off to google, and will let you know if it is bad

  3. Michelle August 20, 2011 at 7:17 pm #

    Yes please, I need some (drugs that is 😉 )
    But not yours, I’ll stick to my own I think.
    Today I’ve been ringed as a pied flycatcher, my number is X113161. So I’m off to find out where I’ve flown to. (I was ringed by the BTO at the Birdfair).
    Hope you enjoy your turkey roast, so good to hear you lusting after food.
    Mic x

  4. Deb Walker August 20, 2011 at 7:42 pm #

    Hope the turkey dinner met your expectations! Looking forward to a photo 😉

    Sounds like tomorrow will be another lovely sunny day, so I hope you manage to explore a bit more of the great outdoors!

    Love Deb n gang xxxxx

  5. Natalie Bones August 20, 2011 at 7:49 pm #

    Merry Christmas Rosie 😉 xxx

  6. celia butler August 20, 2011 at 11:03 pm #

    You can’t beat a fresh home cooked roast dinner (not least for the leftovers) – so hopefully your mum’s efforts have made up for your disappointment in Gloucester hospital over all those elusive turkey dinners!
    That’s an impressive selection of drugs there, Rosie. But from your recent posts each day seems a bit better than the one before, so sounds as though they’re doing what they need to. Love to you all. x

  7. Debbie August 21, 2011 at 10:17 am #

    I love the idea of Jo trying to imitate hospital food! I wonder whether it will be as hard for her as it is for most hospitals to create some semblance of home-cooking? Hope she succeeds and looking forward to the update, preferably with photographic evidence.
    Hope you manage to get outside again today, and that the weather is better up there than here in Dorset. It is great to see the photos, and hear you sound so much stronger. Beaming up lots of positive vibes to you.
    Love, Debbie x
    ,

  8. margaret crisp August 21, 2011 at 10:30 am #

    Hi Rosie, hope the turkey dinner went well! We’ve got toad in the hole tonight with stir fry vegetables, rather an odd Sunday supper – and for lunch we always have a sandwich!
    Been to a car boot this morning WITHOUT crutches!!!! I practised walking without them last night and seem to have got the hang of it on firm, level ground… However, we may well go to a country fair this afternoon and will take them as grass seems to come with unlevel bumps and tumps!!
    Hope you are having a good day and that the syringe driver is now behaving itself and delivering what it should.
    love mags.

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