Uchiki Kuri for Christmas, so have a good time, everyone!
I don't now whether to laugh or cry, but feel more inclined to laugh: yesterday we received an appointment to attend a needs assessment with our local CPN, or community psychiatric nurse as I have just discovered!
I have not been very visible for the last few weeks. This is because my Mother died from a massive and sudden stroke two weeks ago tomorrow: she was just short of ninety, but here she is at four, with her own Mother.
This particular article has been around for over two years:
In 2012, Maryanne Demasi, who worked at the time for ABC television, came to England to do a series of half hour science programmes. Here is one, involving Drs David Wheldon and Paul Thibault talking about multiple sclerosis:
Look out for the spotty Australian neurologist: you can almost see what Maryanne is thinking!
Posted by Jean UK but lost last week:
It is now fifteen years or a bit more since I started CAP and I am still going strong, so over the next few days I will do a proper update.
"Here she goes again!" You must be saying, but please could some people occasionally pop into Thisisms. I am about to post there that they can find the correct address for this site at the bottom of one of my webpages, but if they come here and likewhat they see, they will have a lotof trouble to try to join. Thank-you all!.....................Sarah