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Mary, Dancing with Death

  Twelve days ago, on 22nd October, the Saturday before my 65th birthday, I became critically ill with a chest infection; I was taken into hospital by ambulance (against my wishes) and there I was given extra oxygen to breathe … Continue reading

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Dormobiling in Scotland (more important than the complexities of life!)

In September 1969 I was seventeen, had just passed my driving test, and was staying with my friend, Alice, who was fifteen, when I had one of my “good ideas”, to go dormobiling in Scotland. Alice was very practical and … Continue reading

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What I’ve done in life

I had two good friends, Alice and Jonny, when I was a young child, and I am still in touch with them. Friends, family and Singleton have always been important parts of my life. Before I went to Francis Holland … Continue reading

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My Army of Friends

I realise that I have a wide spectrum of friends; they go back to Alice and Jonny when I was three, through my school and university days, to my children’s school-friends’ parents, colleagues, a neighbour, and other MS-afflicted people. Writing … Continue reading

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