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I caught the bus a 8:45 and got picked up on the way to Paul's house by Paul. We had to go to his dads house so he could alter the bridge on his Kala arch top ukulele. Once that was done we got back to Paul's house to check the ukulele and found that Paul's Amp was broken. After that we went to Ilfracombe infants school for a couple of lessons. During which Paul mainly taught some new chords and then used songs to help them get learned. Then we went to Berrynarbor School and Paul taught someone Three Little Birds by Bob Marley. After that we had a lesson in Northam during which Paul was teaching scale modes and fancy chords using music theory that I had no clue about.
By Jake Cole
My mom received an award for her many years of being Queen Victoria, an annual job she does during Ilfracombe's Victorian Celebration. Well done to her. Other winners were Jenna King, Carol Turner, Debbie Barrow Rigler, Vanessa Archer and Gary Tovey, Mike and Yvonne Norris, Jenny Coates, Louise Coad and Mr and Mrs Shaw. Well done to them too.
Mayor, Lynda Courtnadge presented the awards.
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I woke up this morning feeling fine. I took Ellouise to school. She wanted to stop off at Tesco's on the way. While in Tesco's I started to get some back pain. By the time I came out of Tesco's the pain was also in my stomach. I dropped Ellouise off at school. I abandoned my planned trip to the high street & went home. By this time the pain had me doubled up. As I arrived home mom phoned me. She made me an appointment to go to the doctors, even though I didn't really want to go. The doctor suspected it was a kidney stone. He arranged for me to go to Accident and Emergency Barnstaple.
While there I was given morphine, and something to shove up my bottom. I also gave a urine sample. The doctor found blood in my urine.
So it was a kidney stone that caused all this pain. I am now discharged. Thanks to dad for running me around. Thanks for the kind comments on Twitter and Facebook. Also a big thanks to all the NHS staff, everyone I had dealings with today were great.