Friday, November 24, 2006

Boston.










Yep...I've had a day away from being the doctors handmaiden and I have been imbibing at the fount of PC knowledge. Well, learning how to use one of our systems so that when our secretary is on leave at least one of us will know how to switch it on.
"Oooh! Magickal box".
The day along with two of my colleagues turned out to be a good one with an excellent trainer and two attractive chavettes receptionists as fellow pupils. We managed a tour of Boston courtesy of 'We're Lost' Tours but we arrived more or less on time.














The journey there and back was relatively quick and hassle free including our delivery of essential NHS supplies to A&E. I think the governments new policy of earning extra cash for the NHS is a surefire winner. Paramedics delivering pizzas between callouts and the extra cash can fund more Emergency Pizza practitioners.














Cheese toasties using defibs;ice creams during the summer with 'Blues and Greensleeves'; the list is endless and that's only the paramedics. Toneless Blur and his cronies believe there are too many doctors and nurses so I am sure we could be suitably occupied. We could offer hotel services, dog walking, nannying asbo families, etc...Oops! I've strayed into soapbox corner again.

Boston itself was glimpsed only briefly during our lunchbreak as we delivered leaflets advertising our local hospital services which offer competitive prices compared with all those other local hospitals....Nope! I've not found them either, but if we are to advertise our services then there must surely be other competitors out there...
Anyway, I'll have to pop down again to Boston and do the touristy bit; see the Stump and other delights of Boston. There is a large Portuguese community in Boston so culture and restaurants come to mind. After all, the vindaloo was a Portuguese invention. Did they also invent the portaloo?
I'm away for another cuppa so TTFN.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that is the best post you have ever written, Del.

I particularly admire your feathered bicycle.

10:33 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've driven past the Stump numerous times but knew little about it.

St Botolphs eh? Historically a centre of religious non-conformity?

The disused [scary] church in Skidbrooke was also dedicated to St Botolph and from what little I've just read, the man himself is somewhat surrounded in mystery.

How do they they know these places are destined to become non-conformist when they dedicate them?

*Cue Twilight Zone theme*

8:32 am  
Blogger delcatto said...

Cheers CP...we didn't dare ask the A&E staff what they used them for...sacrificial offerings in a BBQ sauce.

Seany, the Skidbrooke church is supposedly haunted and it certainly looks it!

11:38 am  

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