There have been no updates for the last couple of weeks, because I have been a poorly Lisy.
Just now, I was on my way home from the hospital, where they took my blood away from me to see if it tested positive for H. Pylori. Which to me means "if I do test positive, they can give me antibiotics and I'll be all well again." So keep your fingers crossed for me that I do have some spirally bacteria eating away at my stomach lining, because the fix is quick and easy.
Anyway, I was on my way home, and I passed a woman, drinking her take away coffee who paused, looked at me with genuine sympathy and said "I hope you have a nice life." I'm not sure if she was passing comment on me being a crip, or the big ball of cotton wool I currently have taped to the back of my hand to stop me bleeding to death.*
Having been stuck at home with the ability to do nothing other than lay and watch DVD's...
Actually, on that, so far since I fell ill, I've watched:
Series 5 & 7 of Friends - each series 24 episodes each 21 mins long Series 6 of Friends - 25 episodes at 21 mins long. Series 1 of Buffy - 12 episodes, 42 mins each. Series 4 of Charmed 22 episodes of 42 mins The first 8 episodes of Tru Calling - again 42 mins an episode.
Plus the last episode of series three of Charmed (42 mins), The first two episodes of series 5 of Charmed (hey, I was watching series 4 and I wanted the context!), the first 4 episodes of series 8 of Charmed, and the first half (12 episodes) of series 8 of Friends.
Any mathematicians care to work out the total time (in hours / days) that I've spent plonked in front of the TV since my guts went nuts?
Anyway, back to the sentence I started before I was rudely interrupted by, erm, my brain and its tangents... I was forgetting how weird the world outside my flat was. I've had no-one saying weird things to me in the street... because I've not been out in the street. On my way to the hospital this morning though, I was crossing the road, and I could see a guy just itching to say to me something that someone actually did say to me at a pedestrian crossing a few weeks ago.
"You're alright now, love."
Because, apparently, I was in such peril when the red illuminated man was showing. But Mr Green made it all OK.
And on the note of odd people, I feel my DVDs of sitcoms calling me.