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Re: What made me happy today...

Had family round for a BBQ in the rather unseasonal weather.

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Re: What made me happy today...

just been out for a walk ... & ... had fish n chips then finished off with ice cream & dandelion & burdock Smiley Happy

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Re: What made me happy today...

Today I was happy when instead of having to take the bus and the train to work, I got a ride in a car all the way there. Also, the sun was shining on my face and it felt like a hot day in July (even though outside of the car it was actually a bit chilly). Bouncy

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Re: What made me happy today...


@WispaRed7 wrote:

just been out for a walk ... & ... had fish n chips then finished off with ice cream & dandelion & burdock Smiley Happy


What's your favourite ice cream flavour @WispaRed7?

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@Marjo wrote:


What's your favourite ice cream flavour @WispaRed7?


tuti fruiti ... but ... it's not widely available so I happily settle for vanilla ... yes I know a bit boring LOL

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Re: What made me happy today...

my son rang me today in his lunch hour

just to hear his voice makes me Bouncy 

he is to be married a week on Friday 

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@ComaChameleon 

 

Following the terrorist attack on the bus carrying the Dortmund football team last night, I was heartened to read reports of the solidarity between both sets of supporters. Here's a nice video that has renewed my faith in humanity somewhat:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGP2egtDQGA

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Yes @ComaChameleon it is indeed heartening to see supporters of both teams coming together uniting against the horror of the bombs. There are still many kind people in the world. Many more than the sickos who set out to maim and kill people purely because they think differently than them. We are all different but we are all the same - human.
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With so much sadness about these days, any hint of camaraderie is embraced and held aloft as a beacon saying this scum won't win.

Security begins after checking baggage in and these turban wielding warriors did their homework whilst yet again Europe's open borders policies put every citizen at risk whether targeted or not.

Let's be honest, despite the atrocities we are just about getting away with it.

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@Anonymous@Glory1

yes... amazing. Aswell as the hashtag bedforawayfans (or something like that)...

As long as the good behaviour and deeds are the majority, we will win against this stupid scumbags.

 

@jonsie

guess many would say reading from you again and see you're recovering will make many a people's day a bit happier Smiley Wink

 

 

Today we got a call saying "lifeless person" (means a doctor will come too to the scene, we're not allowed to handle it on our own as an ambulance). The doctor had like 20 minutes to get there, so we entranced on our own. The son of the patient opened the door, telling us his father died (80+). Him and his mother were ok with it and it was a peacefull situation. Problem: if you call your gp (closed on wed afternoon), he is able to just write the papers and everything's fine, you can call the undertaker and so on... But if you call us... we are forced to reanimate, even the patient has a paper saying different. The son was like "oh, no, please not... He didnt wanted" and so on - even gave us papers telling the last wish of the father.

Law says we have to reanimate, as we have to think with his last breath the patient wanted to stay alive, just a doctor can say it's ok. So mostly it's performed a "reanimation" (not ... really, just like theater). My collegue had the balls to say "we'll wait for the doctor and not just push on his chest and so on"... I'm kinda thankfull he had that huge balls and that we were able to grant the last wish of this old man. The doctor told us we did right, so no problems with law and stuff, aswell as the son was happy we did it like that. It kinda makes me happy, even if the reason is a bit sad tho.

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