Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Bulletin on the Railings

His majesty has asked me to inform you that after a visit to see his consultant at Sandwell Hospital yesterday his condition is much improved. He will not now require the intensive treatment the family had feared and expected. His majesties health will continue to be monitored by Sandwell and he thanks the team for the dedicated work they are doing. He will continue with all his public duties.

In reality! blood numbers looking better than for a long time you might say a dramatic improvement. Which was a big relief to my family. I’m going to do my best to continue with all my hobbies and campaigns. So our clinic stays on the front page. Our councillors and MP will continue to be brought to task from time to time but in short I will continue to try to make Newton a better place to live because that is what this is all about for me.

3 comments:

Bob Piper said...

Pleased to hear it, Bob.

Gerry said...

good news Bob, may you continue
to improve, which I know you will.
Gerry

Bob the Black Country Brummie said...

It was a bit of a surprise for all concerned. The consultant had to do a double take on his numbers and check the dates. He then explained what was probably happening and to some extent it makes sense. Pat recons they are leaving my body like rats from a sinking ship because they can’t stand the snoring. Got look on the bright side eh? But feeling oh so much better.