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I started this blog to try to combat the loneliness that can creep up on those of us who are a little older (I am in my 70s).
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Monthly Archives: June 2016
Still not feeling brilliant although I had a restful day yesterday. Hand and arm painful today but I guess that’s because the dressing is off and I’m using my hand more. Disappointing weather, it just never seems to stop. Stiff … Continue reading
The day finally arrived for my angiogram and it turns out the most difficult part was finding our way into the correct place and, yes you’ve guessed it, getting out again. We were met by a member of the housekeeping … Continue reading
Have just had my first appointment with the consultant relating to my heart condition. Very pleasant man and the next test is a cardio angiogram next week. Not looking forward to that procedure. Anything to do with the heart is … Continue reading
This morning, after putting out a plea on our local Streetlife forum for help setting up this blog, I went to meet a local blogger for some top tips, although my head has now totally shut down due to overload … Continue reading
A very emotive subject. My daughter who has struggled with her weight almost all of her life was fortunate to be chosen for surgery which was performed in March. I had no idea what this would entail and to be … Continue reading