Recycling glass

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Post: #10795 Tigerhair
Thu Feb 09, 2006 8:21 pm

Can you take a small person who STILL has chicken pox (5 blisters on his hand and one on his ankle!) to the recycling place as he is probably still contagious and I am sick of being stuck in the house with him and I am bored and want to do something useful instead of blo*dy cleaning the house AGAIN....
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Post: #10798 Shirley
Thu Feb 09, 2006 8:25 pm

good question - how would you be getting there???

We have to go in our car and as such he'd be in the car seat and wouldn't pose a danger to anyone - pregnant women in early days and just before birth are, I believe, at risk from chicken pox.

I'd probably take him if it were me, and just avoid close contact with anyone - unless of course you know that they have either had chicken pox, or WANT their kids to have it... you can come and visit me if you like - would like to get that one out of the way for Jonathan.
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Post: #10799 Tigerhair
Thu Feb 09, 2006 8:28 pm

OK, I will - it's only down the road and he might enjoy dropping some bottles in if there's noone else about!

Apparently they used to have chicken pox parties way back when! I can't go to work until he's better though as nursery won't take him until all the blisters are better.

We're coming up to Scotland in June - but I am hoping he'll be better by then!
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Post: #10800 Shirley
Thu Feb 09, 2006 8:30 pm

I'm sure he will be :lol:

Where are you going in Scotland??
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Post: #10804 Tigerhair
Thu Feb 09, 2006 8:37 pm

Glasgowish... just for a weekend wedding and to be honest its a long way to watch a friends daughters wedding... AND I can't take a longer holiday because its a work colleague.... rant rant... off topic rant!
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Post: #10806 Shirley
Thu Feb 09, 2006 8:40 pm

blimey -it is a long way just for a weekend! How will you get there??
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Post: #10810 Tigerhair
Thu Feb 09, 2006 8:43 pm

I KNOW!!! I dunno, I might actually be in hospital for my long-awaited but long-dreaded hernia repair then though!...
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Post: #10839 Wombat
Fri Feb 10, 2006 6:04 am

Been there, done that! Had a hernia fixed in 1990 that was as big as my fist. Had it for about 13 years or so, all the nurses were filing in to see it because it was the biggest one they'd seen. :oops: .

All went well and I'm sure that your's will be OK too Tigz!

As an aside, while coming out from the anaesthetic, I was lying on my side reading from a large, old leather bound book floating in the air. But when I reached the end of the page I leaned out to turn the page and couldn't see my arm..........................It was at that point I realised my eyes were closed!

Sorry to get off topic, just me raving again!

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Post: #10843 Tigerhair
Fri Feb 10, 2006 7:05 am

Thanks Wombat - mine has been misdiagnosed for two years! I won't go into the gory details... Anyway it makes my tummy look really big and I cannot wait for it to be sorted out. It is very big too :(

I had another op last year - to remove some lumps from my boobs, and I had Josh under general anaestetic so I've had a couple and the worst bit is coming round - I get SO cold!!!!! I just remember shaking uncontrollably! One of my friends said he had an "out of body" experience where he could flick through different levels of conciousness... said it was amazing.

Ahhh, drugs... yummy!!! LOL
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