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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #600 on: Tuesday, 09 July 2019, 08:43 pm »
My 84 yo Dad just had a hernia fixed using mesh. He said he should have had it fixed years ago.  :onya: :onya: :onya: :onya:

Take care with your lungs etc. C.O.P.D. more common and undiagnosed than people think.

Thanks.

Yeah, I’ve had an  inguinal hernia (groin) done with mesh. Wasn’t too bad to get fixed. This is a bit different, Hiatal hernia is a stomach bulging up pushing the lungs. Got a few things to try to avoid surgery, it won’t go away but it can be managed without surgery hopefully.
I was concerned about silicosis after a dozen years of gravel dust and cutting concrete but the lung specialist says not.
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #601 on: Tuesday, 09 July 2019, 08:58 pm »
That is very good news not to have silicosis!


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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #602 on: Wednesday, 10 July 2019, 07:44 pm »
...... and some good news...lol

Pay rise at work wasn’t great but it did eventually get back dated.

Just picked up an extra $505 / £280 I wasn’t expecting.
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #603 on: Wednesday, 10 July 2019, 08:55 pm »
More Tools Tony  :boogie2: :boogie2: :boogie2: :boogie2:
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #604 on: Thursday, 11 July 2019, 03:48 am »
More Tools Tony  :boogie2: :boogie2: :boogie2: :boogie2:

I did think about it.

I already have my eye on some unnecessary extras for the Kwak that are around that figure though.
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #605 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 02:14 pm »
I went to my Sons Graduation yesterday at University of South Wales, Treforest.
He has been there for 4 years and just graduated with a Masters Degree in Computer Cyber Security. He's also just started working for the NHS in their Cyber Crime and Security dept. He can now put the letters MSC after his name and I'm very proud of him!
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #606 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 04:17 pm »
Good on him and good luck with the new job ....... masters Ay ! ..... must take after his mum then ?  :lol:
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #607 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 05:51 pm »
@froudy he looks like a chip off the old block. Big congratulations to him and you for being great parents.  :onya: :onya: :onya: :clapping: :clapping: :clapping:
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #608 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 05:54 pm »
Congrats Froudy. A proud Dad.

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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #609 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 06:06 pm »
That’s fantastic Steve  :clapping:  :clapping: :clapping:
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #610 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 06:12 pm »
Thanks guys, it was a very proud moment in our lives :boogie:
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #611 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 07:08 pm »
My Friday finished unexpectedly. I park my ute up in workshop for weekend, today i put it on 4 post hoist. Cut outs at front are for front wheels but also for wheel align turntables. Someone had left turntables in there, i didnt see, ute went sideways and both front wheels dropped off hoist. Such a mission to get back on hoist. Very heavy ute, jack up front and wood under wheels, sides at back nearly touching posts, if it slips more would damage canopy. All worked well, blood pressure rising, all fixed. Not a way to end week. First beer after tasted so good. Have parked it there hundreds of times.

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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #612 on: Friday, 12 July 2019, 07:32 pm »
I went to my Sons Graduation yesterday at University of South Wales, Treforest.
He has been there for 4 years and just graduated with a Masters Degree in Computer Cyber Security. He's also just started working for the NHS in their Cyber Crime and Security dept. He can now put the letters MSC after his name and I'm very proud of him!

Well done Froudy junior. I can see why you’re proud.

My “Daughter” finished her Law degree and has has considerable success since, we are very proud too. I try and claim it’s the influence from her step dad (me !) but in truth she’s definitely following in her mother’s footsteps.
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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #613 on: Sunday, 14 July 2019, 09:00 pm »
Just checked the weather forecast for the next week...

(Middle of Winter here)

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Re: 1400 Owners Life Today ( The 'What did you do today?' thread)
« Reply #614 on: Sunday, 14 July 2019, 09:10 pm »
Congrats Froudy, great achievement from the young man.  :onya:
Another great day on the right side of the grass.😎

 

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