Hello and good morning! Happy birthday to my nephew in NZ who is 35 today.
It’s been raining through the night and is continuing in drips and drops of varying size and frequency. For once you can’t blame us as we have neither cut the grass, washed the car or cleaned the windows.
We had a few things to chase on the diary, and the good news is that Hubby’s notes have now been registered at the hospital where he was recently treated, so in the case of an emergency, he is on their records. HURRAH!! This has given us a terrific peace of mind, and an official consultation will follow in due course, though they are giving priority to emergency and cancer patients which is only right.
I’ve chased my bone density scan in relation to my cancer meds, and have my chest Xray on Thursday regarding the annoying little cough that comes and goes.
Our official letter of complaint regarding the prescriptions office is due to be followed up later in the week allowing for their ten days deadline. They’ve given us the addresses to take the next steps if we don’t hear anything. We are not letting it drop.
Today I shall be playing office clerk with spreadsheets.
Our new energy provider intends to bill us monthly, and at the moment we are paying a fixed amount on a fixed tariff. My plan is to take my weekly readings and get a feel for monthly charges so as to be ahead of the game. If they decide to charge us on a monthly basis later I want to know what I’m likely to be up against in the winter months. I hate change, but if I know, I can prepare accordingly.
We go on our new telephone provider today, though as yet have not heard anything from them. The internet is up and running and we’ve made a phone call on the landline this morning, but if I go quiet (stop cheering you lot), it will be because we are not connected.
It’s been four days since we had the last of our stew, so that will be on the menu for the next few days provided we can get decent ingredients. The last stewpacks have been dire offerings and we ended up buying full packs of everything and freezing the surplus. That’s not a problem, so we shall just see what’s available today.