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      Reply #17750: Dec 09, 2019 09:18:11 pm
      Currently sat in a and e after being woken about 4.45 by my dad banging on the wall. Looks like he has had a tia with a small bloodclot. Got an irregular heartbeat too. Seems brighter than he was but really hard to see him unwell. As someone who sometimes struggles with mental health i feel like i need to force myself to stay upbeat

      Just seen this. Really Sorry to hear that FK. Hope your Dad's doing better - it's wonderful that you're there for him. You take care as well.
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      Reply #17751: Dec 10, 2019 01:11:35 pm
      Been sorting out my wardrobes , got 9 pair jeans and similar amount shirts t shirts to go to the homeless and less well off , my mother took some blankets and such down to Cardiff and handed them out last week , that’s what gave me the kick in the bollox to sort out my stuff first rainy day off work and I’ve done it .
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      Reply #17752: Dec 10, 2019 01:42:21 pm
      Been sorting out my wardrobes , got 9 pair jeans and similar amount shirts t shirts to go to the homeless and less well off , my mother took some blankets and such down to Cardiff and handed them out last week , that’s what gave me the kick in the bollox to sort out my stuff first rainy day off work and I’ve done it .

      All for a good cause mate & down the line you’ll get your good karma..
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      Reply #17753: Dec 11, 2019 10:39:34 pm
      All for a good cause mate & down the line you’ll get your good karma..

      It’s a fine line my friend between the haves and have not one wrong move any one of us could slip that way , have a good Christmas .
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      Reply #17754: Dec 12, 2019 08:25:35 pm
      Seemed to be getting better and moving about more but today has been on the nebuliser and complained of chest pains. Keeps calling for me and doesn't want me to go tonight. Nurse has said just need to get some phlegm off his chest and pain probably comes from muscles etc. Feeling absolutely shattered.work have been useless. One poxy day dependant leave and probably would have to use my own leave.brother was told by his manager just leave it to me and not worry. No way can i sleep at all tonight.really feel like telling work to f**k off.
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      Reply #17755: Dec 12, 2019 08:29:10 pm
      Seemed to be getting better and moving about more but today has been on the nebuliser and complained of chest pains. Keeps calling for me and doesn't want me to go tonight. Nurse has said just need to get some phlegm off his chest and pain probably comes from muscles etc. Feeling absolutely shattered.work have been useless. One poxy day dependant leave and probably would have to use my own leave.brother was told by his manager just leave it to me and not worry. No way can i sleep at all tonight.really feel like telling work to f**k off.


      Feel for you there, mate. Would it not be worth taking your own leave now, for ease, and then disputing it at a later date when it's all calmed down? Just trying to think of the smoothest process while you're in the eye of the storm, so to speak.
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      Reply #17756: Dec 12, 2019 08:35:23 pm
      Feel for you there, mate. Would it not be worth taking your own leave now, for ease, and then disputing it at a later date when it's all calmed down? Just trying to think of the smoothest process while you're in the eye of the storm, so to speak.

      I don't know. New leave doesn't start until 1st jan.just a hassle i don't need.had to send an email describing what happened to get one day emergency dependancy leave.
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      Reply #17757: Dec 12, 2019 08:47:45 pm
      I don't know. New leave doesn't start until 1st jan.just a hassle i don't need.had to send an email describing what happened to get one day emergency dependancy leave.


      May be wrong here mate but are you a Civil Servant? Think I remember you saying something one time which made me think that you were (could be wrong and maybe a different poster, so apologies if so)

      I am and I know we can use anticipated leave a month before our leave actually starts (in exceptional curcumstances, which yours obviously is)
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      Reply #17758: Dec 12, 2019 09:08:42 pm

      May be wrong here mate but are you a Civil Servant? Think I remember you saying something one time which made me think that you were (could be wrong and maybe a different poster, so apologies if so)

      I am and I know we can use anticipated leave a month before our leave actually starts (in exceptional curcumstances, which yours obviously is)

      Yeah.to be honest my head is spinning. Will have a look at that. Cheers mate. Feel like a zombie and not much use to anyone.
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      Reply #17759: Dec 14, 2019 10:50:55 am
      Working, three more hours till the end of the shift
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      Reply #17760: Dec 17, 2019 10:38:44 pm
      Yeah.to be honest my head is spinning. Will have a look at that. Cheers mate. Feel like a zombie and not much use to anyone.

      Feel for you mate.
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      Reply #17761: Dec 17, 2019 10:43:28 pm
      Trying to unwind after much confusion and an unforgettable trip in an 'ambulance' driven by some slightly mad woman, dad has now has moved to a specialist stroke recovery unit. He was looking forward to be home for Christmas but fingers crossed it will help him maintain some quality of life.
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      Reply #17762: Dec 17, 2019 10:43:55 pm

      Thanks mate.
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      Reply #17763: Jan 01, 2020 09:28:30 pm
      Trying to unwind after much confusion and an unforgettable trip in an 'ambulance' driven by some slightly mad woman, dad has now has moved to a specialist stroke recovery unit. He was looking forward to be home for Christmas but fingers crossed it will help him maintain some quality of life.

      Hope all went well mate and things calmed down a little
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      Reply #17764: Jan 01, 2020 11:44:15 pm
      Hope all went well mate and things calmed down a little

      Yeah. He came home on Christmas eve. Progressing pretty well
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      Reply #17765: Jan 02, 2020 12:04:30 am
      Walking home drunk feeling melancholy and alone wondering if I’ve got the bollox to do what needs to be done this year
      But at least I’m off to anfield tomorrow to brighten the mood .
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      Reply #17766: Jan 14, 2020 12:44:18 am
      I'm sat in the hospital with the Mrs waiting for the arrival of our first born. It's pretty harrowing stuff up to this point, with her being induced early and in agony.

      We're up to tramadol at this point, and I dont think it's quite the right time to tell her it will be all worth it in the end!
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      Reply #17767: Jan 14, 2020 01:43:45 am
      I'm sat in the hospital with the Mrs waiting for the arrival of our first born. It's pretty harrowing stuff up to this point, with her being induced early and in agony.

      We're up to tramadol at this point, and I dont think it's quite the right time to tell her it will be all worth it in the end!

      Just a bit over 17 years ago for my first one. I still remember it like it was yesterday. Prayers for a healthy little one and a healthy momma. It's going to be the most remarkable thing you'll ever experience....and hopefully you'll get to see us lift 19 later this year to add to your joy!
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      Reply #17768: Jan 14, 2020 12:20:36 pm
      I'm sat in the hospital with the Mrs waiting for the arrival of our first born. It's pretty harrowing stuff up to this point, with her being induced early and in agony.

      We're up to tramadol at this point, and I dont think it's quite the right time to tell her it will be all worth it in the end!

      Hope everything goes well FOAR, I was induced with my first born and ended up with an epidural, all well worth it in the end though and they will be your pride and joy for ever and will bring you so much happiness. Good luck, lots of pampering to your good lady.
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      Reply #17769: Jan 15, 2020 04:54:23 pm
      I'm sat in the hospital with the Mrs waiting for the arrival of our first born. It's pretty harrowing stuff up to this point, with her being induced early and in agony.

      We're up to tramadol at this point, and I dont think it's quite the right time to tell her it will be all worth it in the end!
      Hope it all went well , can only echo others it’s something u never forget , although my last one was some thirty years ago , best wishes to you both and the little UN.
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      Reply #17770: Jan 16, 2020 10:20:21 pm
      We're back home now, mother and baby are well but it got a bit ropey in there at the end he was delivered by emergency cesarean. Can't describe the feeling of worry at that time, then relief, then pure joy and emotion when the moment arrives.

      The staff at Warrington were amazing under very difficult circumstances and under clear tight budgets they have to juggle too.

      Anyway my beautiful baby boy Arlo arrived at 3.50AM on Wednesday the 15th of January, weighing just 5 pound 10 ounces. Hes beautiful and healthy and it's a huge relief to be back home with our family of 3 and the dog to come back tomorrow 🤣.

      Now I really need some sleep 😪😪😪
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      Reply #17771: Jan 17, 2020 01:10:45 pm
      We're back home now, mother and baby are well but it got a bit ropey in there at the end he was delivered by emergency cesarean. Can't describe the feeling of worry at that time, then relief, then pure joy and emotion when the moment arrives.

      The staff at Warrington were amazing under very difficult circumstances and under clear tight budgets they have to juggle too.

      Anyway my beautiful baby boy Arlo arrived at 3.50AM on Wednesday the 15th of January, weighing just 5 pound 10 ounces. Hes beautiful and healthy and it's a huge relief to be back home with our family of 3 and the dog to come back tomorrow 🤣.

      Now I really need some sleep 😪😪😪

      Wonderful happy news, so glad that everything turned out alright in the end, such a relief for you, many congratulations to you and your Wife, lots of support for her if she's had a c section. Love the name too, sorry, I'm unable to give you a plus but lots of love x
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      Reply #17772: Jan 17, 2020 11:07:55 pm
      We're back home now, mother and baby are well but it got a bit ropey in there at the end he was delivered by emergency cesarean. Can't describe the feeling of worry at that time, then relief, then pure joy and emotion when the moment arrives.

      The staff at Warrington were amazing under very difficult circumstances and under clear tight budgets they have to juggle too.

      Anyway my beautiful baby boy Arlo arrived at 3.50AM on Wednesday the 15th of January, weighing just 5 pound 10 ounces. Hes beautiful and healthy and it's a huge relief to be back home with our family of 3 and the dog to come back tomorrow 🤣.

      Now I really need some sleep 😪😪😪

      Congratulations mate that’s Fantastic news, obviously your life will never be the same again but only for the good, that unconditional love.............well until they get to their teens at least 😁
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      Reply #17773: Jan 19, 2020 10:10:23 am
      Off to fit the heated grips on my bike my daughter got me for Christmas 🔥
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      Reply #17774: Jan 19, 2020 11:28:42 am
      Off to fit the heated grips on my bike my daughter got me for Christmas 🔥

      You need them in this weather mate, bloody freezing!

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