||[Apr. 17th, 2008|07:35 pm]
I was questioned about shortness of breath and anti-cholesterol medication. My heart is functioning as well as the average 20 year old. There's no change in the size of the aorta so (for the time being at least) it's keep going, but if there's even the slightest hint of any change in the size of the aorta then it's out with the knives.
I have a mentoring session with NEIS tomorrow. I have a message asking me to bring along my books of account.
Next ultrasound in October.
I note that the "to Penrith" side of Werrington station is now "complete" and the lift "works" although when I tried to take the lift in the upward direction it brought the people travelling in that direction down - but not to ground level. They were stuck yelling and pressing buttons and asking me if I could press the "open doors" button (there is no "open doors" button). Attempts to open the doors manually failed. In any case the occupants weren't at ground floor level. The station assistant came and promised to ring the elevator people.
I decided against taking the lift (elevator) and took the stairs.
It could be that the trapped occupants are still there.
I'll check tomorrow morning on the way to sunny Penriff. (avoiding the use of clearly faulty technology)