I’m not keen on “if“. I’ve been given an “if” and part of the “if” is if I see something similar to this image or black curtains coming into any of my peripheral vision. So that’s nice.

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Thing is, when a professional hands out an “if” you really do sit up and take notice (unless you’re a real thicky or on sommat). So, yesterday when a professional gave me an “if” I sat up and took it in. So anyways, that “if… ” means I’m apparently advised to go straight to A&E, do not pass [GO] and I won’t get £200. So, there’s that. Do you like the reference to the British version of the board game Monopoly?

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FFS, actually, a lot of what has happened to me recently, is actually more along the lines of bloody Cluedo, with other persons not playing by the rules!

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Still, it is what it is and here I am with plenty of “ouch!” ~ “ouch!” ~ “ouch!”…, but I’ve not seen any speckles “similar to someone blowing tobacco into my line of vision”, little black dots raining at me” or “black curtains being pulled into peripheral vision”. So I say “WOOHOO!” and all that. I get to be home and to take it easy, but of course as you can see I’ve woke with the dreaded “Could ‘ave been… ” playing on my mind. Geez, I’ve looked in the mirror and FFS my face! I look like something a newspaper could have a field day with! {{{giggles}}} I’m just so pretty. {{{GIGGLES}}}

However, I’m fine, really I am, and pretty healthy for my age (don’t be rude, don’t ask me and no I am not that old actually…) Yet again all considering, I am actually, still bloody lucky to be Over Soil.


I’ve been told to “rest” my head and eyes, before going back to work (emergency optician was brilliant and thorough). As you can see some of why I need to rest and not see some of the injury, as it is inside my eye. “If I’m not careful…” doesn’t bare thinking about.

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