Hi @staciesnowden and all you other lovely guys n gals...
My resolution is pretty simple for this year... It's just to NOT use illegal drugs, cos I've wasted so much of my life doing that.
@josh08shaw red diesel is no different to standard fuel... It's simply dyed red and is for use in farmers vehicles and construction vehicles like diggers etc.
The dye is supposed to colour the internals of the engine so even if you don't have it in the tank it's still possible for the cops & HMR&C to 'catch' users of red and prosecute for tax evasion... I must say tho that in the 30(ish) yrs I've been driving, I've never met anyone who got checked for it... Generally it's only commercial vehicles that would be looked at. In a car you'd have to be seriously unlucky to even be checked, not that I'd suggest anyone try to save 40%(ish) on their fuel costs
Righto guys n gals, can I back to the point of the thread pls? All this talk of DIEsel is getting me down...
That's not strictly true cos it's life in general, but, chatting with all you lot is a light relief from being in my head.
I sincerely hope the fact this thread has gone quite for new year means that most of you (us even) are having a good start to the year and are not 'needing' to post so much... Unfortunately that's not the case for me, everything has got on top of me cos I've still not found somewhere to live & the only place I might be able to put a caravan is literally in a field and has no access to water or electric.
My meds don't seem to be working right now cos real nasty dark stuff is going on inside me... I've got an appt with the Doc in the morning to look meds as I'm currently on the max dose, so it looks like time for something stronger... Waaahhhhhhh!!!
The one point of niceness on my horizon is a wknd break with My (non-pervert) Uncle at the end of the month. so I'm trying to stay positive for that, but I'm right up against it and struggling everyday.
As I said, I hope everyone has had a good start to the year & I hope that continues for all of you... Mine surely can't get any worse, so it's gotta to better from now on. Fingers double crossed.
HUGS to all
As a Mental Health Nurse I can empathise with those who suffer from mental illness. It affects to many people in so many different ways from functional illnesses like anxiety and depression to self harm and suicide then organic illnesses like Dementia, Parkinson's and degenitive illnesses that slowly destroy brain cells. Accessing professional help sooner rather than later will undoubtedly improve your qualitily of life. Xx