Happy Christmas to all my readers

Feel free to substitute a more relevant greeting if that is needed.


That’s a view from my table at Diggers yesterday after lunch. Note the big x-ray envelope on the chair. As I said on Facebook: “Chest pain: not good at my age or any age. Went to doc. Probably muscular, but ECG not unambiguous. Need to recheck 27 December… If it gets worse, I call an ambulance and go to hospital. If not, better! Whatever, I still sing the praises of our health system — thanks Gough! No matter how it has altered, it is still far better than almost any country you can name. Protect it, people!”

OK so far. See health.

Posts/pages people have visited since last Christmas

  1. Home page / Archives 10,499 views 25 December 2013 to 24 December 2014
  2. Anzac Girls last night on ABC 660
  3. About 143
  4. Tom Thumb Lagoon 140
  5. Family history–some news on the Whitfield front 131
  6. All my posts 120
  7. Some thoughts on Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl 105
  8. Barry Spurr trending on Facebook 94
  9. My former workplace in the news today 90
  10. Lost Wollongong 88
  11. Barry Spurr is still trending 83
  12. Channel 10, the Commonwealth Games, and Ian Thorpe 81
  13. Kiama in the early 50s, and memories of car sounds… 80
  14. What a treasury of family history! 68
  15. It was 50 years ago today! The Beatles in Australia 67
  16. Sydney High memories 61
  17. Thomas – 2014 teacher of the year 61
  18. Tangible link to the convict ship “Isabella” and the immigrant ship “Thames” 59
  19. Nobel prize winner’s obituary triggers memories 55
  20. Links 54

One thought on “Happy Christmas to all my readers

  1. Neil, seasonal thoughts returned in whatever form makes you most comfortable. Thank you for many thoughtful and informative posts. Gough would have no doubt suggested that while his health care system was a wonderful thing, it was not obligatory to make more than passing use of it.

    And so I hope, with you, it goes.

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