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Monday, 30 March 2015

Escape

The Evacuation took place this morning (not of Dunkirk), but of something much more personal and it was a three part exercise.

I saw the doc. about 11:00 and she says I can go home. That is the theory anyway, but from what I have observed of others, waiting for paperwork to be completed amongst other procedures can involve delays akin to crossing a communist border during the Cold War, but suffice to say, and to continue the military metaphor, I am looking forward to getting back to civvy street.


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8 comments:

Gayle said...

Good to hear that an escape plan is in place, pending paperwork. Don't forget to take it *really* easy when you get home.

The Crow said...

Sorry, Gayle, but you wrote what I was thinking, so I'll copy what you've said:

"Don't forget to take it *really* easy when you get home."

Hurrah for you, Conrad!

Phreerunner said...

You'll miss the theatre Conrad! What will you do for entertainment?
Seriously though, do take it easy and you'll be better in no time...

afootinthehills said...

Take care Conrad and as others have said, take it easy. When you feel up to it, you can always repeat the bus ride if you need some entertainment and adventure.

John J said...

Ah, there's nowt like a damned good evacuation!
Keep your chin up, your fan club is eagerly awaiting news of your progress.
JJ

John J said...

Ah, there's nowt like a damned good evacuation!
Keep your chin up, your fan club is eagerly awaiting news of your progress.
JJ

gimmer said...

that's good
just in time for the hurricane
after our conversation on Sunday, I though you were talking about a different kind of evacuation

Sir Hugh said...

Gayle - Yes. Will do.

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The Crow - Thanks Martha. Sounds like you snd Gayle would make a good team.
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Phreerunner - I've gor plenty to read. Working through a history of the East India Company at the mo. Just finished Frank Smythe's biography by his son - very revealing and worth a read.

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afootinthehills - Hi Gibson. It may have been the bus ride that brought this on.

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JJ - D'accord! You obviously made the connection which I have clarified in my next post

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gimmer - Not sure which one we are at here, but the one I'm talking about was a mighty relief.