I have just read the lovely wishes from you all and I feel rather honoured that you put those words. I am on the mend but felt after reading those reports that I should say hello, pain not to bad rather a lot of discomfort but then when they have been messing around inside your lung what did I expect, at least they blew my lung back up for me. The ward I was in was a really happy one we had a load of laughs and even got told to keep the laughter down a bit, not bad for six people suffering with various types of cancer, I felt a fraud as I was the fittest and the oldest of the group, some were really poorly but such great sense of humour. Give me a few more days to get this body sorted and I will be back with you all, just for info the weather has changed and its raining well down here, not that I intend going anywhere, look after yourselves.
There was this fair haired woman cleaning her husbands rifle when it accidentally went off and shot her husband.
She dialed 999 and said to the operator "I have accidentally shot my husband and I think I have killed him.
"Calm down madam" said the operator "pleased check to see if he is really dead."
* Click ... *Bang*
Ok I have done that said the fair haired lady............ "What do I do next"?
Keep smiling xxx Love Fred