Yesterday I received the good news that my kidney stone has passed. Over my five and sixty years I get a stone roughly every 10 years and it’s intensely painful.
A calcified stone forms in the ureter, blocks the bladder which sets off a acute pain.
At my last appointment last week, the historic scan revealed a small stone at the base of the ureter – the small tube from the bladder.
Then again I had the impression that he had looked at the scan at the last moment. I believe that he did but the good news was it had gone.
At very best the stent would have to be removed after the procedure.
So it was a good day and I celebrated by opening a bottle of champagne.
All very good till I tried the Sonos system, which required some method of connection to the router, which I did not understand.
I’ve come across this problem of upgrades before – namely it generates a further problem which I cannot solve.
I am not huge follower of Association Football.
I was therefore hoping that Ajax would win last night and looking forward to a Ajax v Barcelona final.
It was not to be and, worse, the TV sound and commentary was intermittent as everything is driven by Sonos.