My, now departed, cat in a sink.
Two summers ago we took a trip to Israel. i had never been there and, while I didn't know what was wrong with me, I suspected it might be my last chance to see the country on foot. I bought a hiking stick to help with all the walking and have used it ever since. It was an exhausting trip and I often slept on the tour bus. My friends sometimes let me sleep when they got off to tour a site. Hence it said that I slept through Armageddon.
Two years ago, when I was first told that I had something terribly wrong with my brain (tumor or something), this is how i felt. I made it on the computer as I had promptly fallen and broken my arm just a few hours after being told this.
'Don't worry you're safe, I'm the one shedding skins'
New Forest pony unconcerned by camera pointing human.
Good work Jim, but Sarah Wheldon paints as Sarah Longlands, who is now showing off!..........Sarah An Itinerary in Light and Shadow Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent. Still slowly improving and no exacerbation since starting. EDSS was 7, now 2, less on a good day.