Only a few months ago I was at the Autosport International show fondling a set of V-Maxx coilovers, deciding whether I should take the plunge and get them for the Fabia.
Sadly, their UK website was under construction whilst V-Maxx in Holland sorted out a new UK distributor for their range of sports suspension, lowering kits, lowering springs with uprated dampers / shock absorbers and height adjustable coilovers.
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If you’re of the ilk where the mere sound of sirens sends you into a panic with a cold sweat then you wouldn’t want to be living in Peterborough at the moment.
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Hardly the most interesting of blog posts, but it’s a welcome one for me as it hopefully signals the end of the past three weeks.
Since early Feb, I’ve been suffering from the most god-awful stomach acid and cramps which have left me pretty much knocked for six. With zero energy or appetite, I was living off a selection of pills designed to control the acid in one form or another.
Unfortunately it now means I’m off the coffee and curry for a bit so my days are tired and tasteless.
Anyway, touch wood, fingers crossed, rabbits foot and lucky heather on standby, the pains have gone and I’m on the mend.
Let the blogging resume!
UPDATE (May 2008)
Turns out the stomach pains above were probably a precursor to what I’ve just experienced – a burst appendix which lead onto peritonitis. From what I’ve since read up on peritonitis, it’s quite serious so quite glad I went under the knife and had everything sorted. Big thanks to all at Peterborough District Hospital!
Since I didn’t receive my invitation to the opening night of Peterborough’s newest premium pizza and pasta restaurant, I didn’t get the opportunity to rub shoulders with the restaurants President, Peter Boizot MBE. The only way I could shrug off that disappointment was to visit Pizza Express last Friday with mattysmash to sample the menu before heading into town for a few jars with some work colleagues.
It was quite early on a Friday night (6pm) but the restaurant was already quite busy with families so it was slightly noisier which was to be expected (parents – can you please teach your children to use their indoor voices when in Peterborough pizza restaurants?).
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