Tag Archives: MS

The gift that just keeps taking

When I was diagnosed with MS I was unrealistically optimistic about my future. I knew what might happen, but I didn’t really expect some of the more unpleasant symptoms to happen to me. I knew that it was possible that … Continue reading

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Something about bins and the people who put them out…

There comes a time in certain people’s lives, generally men, when bin scheduling becomes second nature. Yesterday evening I watched my neighbour place his bin outside his garage ready for emptying this morning and I imagined the following comedy sketch, … Continue reading

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The woes of weight

I may have already talked about this before, but please forgive me if I’m keeping on. A lot of articles just lately, newspapers, magazines, have suggested to me about losing weight. I know that I’m a little on the porky … Continue reading

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It’s coming up roses

Last month, May, was the sunniest, warmest and driest on record, since records began (again). I think I deserve it really after lockdown and putting up with another winter. I want to tell you about my garden. I’ve always loved … Continue reading

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I dream of dresses

In the olden days, well 1976, I hadn’t even considered the life that I would end up with. I was 18 years old and I was working. I’d had weekend jobs, or one to be exact, with a well known … Continue reading

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Sugar Baby Love

As we have more time on our hands in these periods of lockdown, three weeks extended to three more weeks and the possibility of even more. We are all trying to find things, hobbies, pastimes to occupy ourselves with. Men … Continue reading

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I don’t think this is funny

My Reader might have thought I was making light of this virus in my last blog post. I would like to tell you that although this is a serious situation we find ourselves in, I need to laugh because if … Continue reading

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Shoe size not age

I’m going to be 62 this year. I don’t feel as if I should be this age, yet. I mean, 62, that’s quite old isn’t it? I still have a zest for life, for learning and I have pizazz. I … Continue reading

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The beginning of Sue’s Suite, Nick Knowles please apply.

We celebrated 25 years in our house last Sunday. Coincidentally, that was also Henry’s birthday. When ‘Husband in a Hurry’ iniatally shared with me that we were moving from Hampshire, my home, to East Sussex, which I’d never heard of, … Continue reading

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This Christmas, think of others.

As I get older I feel a compulsion to be something other than a good daughter, a wife, and a mother. I just feel I need to leave a greater footprint. I’ve been looking for something for a while. There … Continue reading

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