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Whoah.

I had another day out on Sunday, which was jolly and fun. Had an unexpected dinner guest last night too, and interesting conversation.

Not surprisingly, yesterday I felt quite done for and today I'm muzzy headed as well as physically pretty stiff and slow.

But all things considered, I'm rather quite pleased.

My goals for today are back to the basics: I need to pill the cat and wash out my CPAP gear. Mum-In-Law is popping in later so at some point I'll be putting the kettle on and making us a cuppa. Anything more than this is a bonus and only gets done in between lie downs.

There may also be ponderous and wandering LJ entries that do not entirely make sense, with bonus mispelt homonyms.

Life is good.

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feyandstrange
May. 12th, 2009 07:06 am (UTC)
Can one put CPAP parts in the dishwasher? It seems like this might be useful. Although there are probably gentle squishy face-meeting bits which are understandably not dishwasher safe and yet get sweaty. Bother.
splodgenoodles
May. 12th, 2009 08:06 am (UTC)
The bits of my humidifier are dishwasher safe, but I've never bothered as putting them in and getting them out would be as much work as washing them at the bathroom sink with the other bits, which aren't dishwasher friendly.

The other bits need to have soapy water run through them followed by clean water, then are left to drain.
ilikerivers
May. 12th, 2009 01:36 pm (UTC)
How often do you wash your CPAP stuff? And what machine do you have? Mine is fiddly to wash and is apparently not meant to have water left in the humidifier part and that part doesn't drain very well. PITA.

I'm glad you are getting back to normal splodge, you had us all very worried. I hope you keep improving.
splodgenoodles
May. 12th, 2009 01:54 pm (UTC)
I'm supposed to do it daily.

But more like every second or third...(PITA - absolutely).

I do empty the humidifier most days though and let it drain. One thing that helps is I've got a dedicated spot on the bathroom bench for it, with a towel over the bench and a 'no other junk here' rule, so even if it doesn't get washed, at least the humidifier has a spot to dry so I'm more likely to empty it. But I'm definitely not as diligent as I should be.

How about you?


It's a Resmed S7 Lightweight machine and I use a Puritan Bennett "Breeze" Sleepgear mask.

And thanks. :)
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