Monthly Archives: October 2016

Sunday

I felt quite out of sorts today. Usual walk with friends and dogs, although I didn’t wear my amazing walking shoes I found in the charity shop. Leather and waterproof just what I needed and I could get them on … Continue reading

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Saturday

I know that following a busy day the next day is going to be challenging because I’m tired. Took Lou out and met up with my friends. I took my time and gradually sorted out the flat, out to the … Continue reading

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Friday

I must admit I woke up really early, which I would imagine was because of the consultation with the mole specialist. It is a basal cell carcinoma, which will have to be removed at some later date. Because I am taking … Continue reading

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Befriending

Earlier this week it was my befriending day when I visit an elderly lady. She is in her eighties but is a bit forgetful.  We talked this week about her earlier life. She says she remembers there being camps in Chandlers Ford, housing refugees … Continue reading

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Berlin Wall

This is a piece of Berlin Wall so I’m told. It was given to me by my neighbour who was in Berlin at the time of the demolition. It has moved house with me several times and resides in a … Continue reading

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

A few years ago I noticed a small lump on my leg which after tests was confirmed as basal cell carcinoma (BCC). This is one of the most common types of skin cancer and it carries a much lower risk of … Continue reading

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