Hi, I am Graeme 61 year old retired Police Inspector. Since retirement I have Angina, blood clot on the brain, MRSA, COPD, bronichalitis (spelling is wrong ) Now I am on Oxygen 16 hours a day. Last week I had a cataract op only to find out the lens is slipped and I go under the knife this week. Why am I telling you this is quite simple, my heart consultant has told me that I need major surgery forget it , it aint going to happen as you will die on the table. Graeme reply was thanks doc, there are two things that you cannot give me ,1 a STD and you cannot make me pregenant. We both had a good laugh. I was told by one doctor that I had pnumonia and my reply was ah well it will keep the COPD happy, it can have a new friend only for the doctor to say sorry COPD is in the left lung and this is in your right lung. My reply was a well lucky white heather. I find that getting through bad times always remember the good times and never loose your sence of humour. Hopefully it will work. It works for me. Good luck to all and if you keep smiling they always wonder what the hell your up to.Remember laughter is sometimes the best medicine. Good luck to all
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