Village Life

Ros is still having diarrhea, two weeks later. I suggested Metamucil was rumoured to soothe an irritable bowel but that fell on deaf ears.Ros is constantly driving round to Chem Mart for more Immodim, but didnt offer to drop me off to return my lamp to Bunnings next door even though she knew I needed to go.

I have got her pads to catch the moisture, just so she can venture out.

I get an update every time I go past the door.Now she tells me she is going to the toilet every ten minutes and it is giving me the SHITS!

She told me before last week that she is going through packets and packets of toilet rolls per day. In fact I gave a whole packet.

Today she told me her,(unit) pipes were rumbling and I was able to tell her my water pressure was down earlier. (My personal water pressure is another story, but that would just PISS you off!) -sorry for bad language.

Yesterday morning at an ungodly hour of 7.45 she came to my door in a state of anxiety to ask me to phone her doctor and cancel her appointment because of…..9am I look toward the door and see her trotting past. Thiinking her condition was affecting her meds absorption I asked her where she was going. “Oh off to the doctor.”

“But you cancelled”

“Well my stepdad says I have to go.”

I could had hit her if I had been fully awake. People have died for less!

Now today, after being awake till 5am getting things done online, I went to bed to catch up with some sleep at 1pm after a very productive morning at the computer, only too be awakened an hour later by mens voices, including Norm. I could have choked him but when I got out the door it was the two plumbers with the manhole cover up on the slope beneath my bedroom window and rushing about like distracted ants.

As I was coming down the steps from the mailboxes I joked to the plumbers that Ros’s pipes were making funny noises but that she had diarhoea so those pipes were rumbling too. Gratifyingly they laughed, then seemed to have a light bulb moment.

soon after one of them passed my window en route for next door, heaving an industrial strength and length hose, with which to flush out Ros’s blocked pipes, hopefully both sets.

She had been using 12 rolls per DAY and flushing them down the toilet and now the pipes were blocked!

One set of problems is now solved. Im FLUSHED with success.

Uh-oh, earlier I took Ros a bbq chicken portion together with a cup of smokey bacon lentil soup I made last night.

Lentil soup can produce a lot of wind in the gut. Oh heck.

Life in the village goes on.

Ros is still having diarrhea, constantly driving round to Chem Mart for more Immodim, but didnt offer to drop me off to return my lamp to Bunnings next door even though she knew I needed to go. I have got her pads to catch the moisture, just so she can venture out. Now she tells me she is going to the toiletevery ten minutes and it is giving me the SHITS!
She told me before last week that she is going through packets and packets of toilet rolls. In fact I gave a whole packet. Today she told me her ,(unit) pipes were rumbling and I was able to tell her my water pressure wss down earlier.
So after being awake till 5am getting things done online I went to bed to catch up with some sleep at 1pm after a very productive morning at the computer, only too be awakened an hour later by mens voices, including Norm. I could have choked him but when I got out the door it was the two plumbers with the manhole cover up on the slope beneath my bedroom window and rushing about like distracted ants.
As I was coming down the steps from the mailboxes I joked to the plumbershat Ros’s pipes were making funny noises but that she had diarhea so those pipes were rumbling too. Gratifyingly they laughed, then seemed to have a light bulb moment. soon after one of them passed my window en route for next door, heaving an industrial strength and length hose, with which to flush out Ros’s blocked pipes, hopefully both sets.
She had been using 12 rolls per DAY and flushing them down the toilet and now the pipes were blocked!
Life in the village goes on.
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) on the Telstra Mobile Network

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