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  • Deb
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    Aw thanks Kayleigh, Ellie and Dina, It's kept me smiling all week. I am going to make lots of use of it so I have told them they might regret it if they get fed up of me !

    Thanks for asking about my leg Ellie. It doesn't hurt or ache anymore which is fantastic for my sleep ! More good news ! Together with my OT and physio we have found safer ways to transfer without weight bearing. I guess my stubbornness made an accident likely so I would urge caution to everyone about falls.

    Thank you and here's hoping for more good things on here soon,
    Love Debbie x

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  • Gillette
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    Hi Debbie

    What a wonderful thing for them to do. No wonder it’s kept a smile on your face! And you should definitely celebrate it.

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  • Ellie
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    That is definitely a Good Thing, Debbie.

    How special are they to do that and sparklers for its inaugural use too!! Mind you, you're a special lady.

    Lots of visits now to make full use of the ramp

    Oh, I keep meaning to ask, how is your leg now?

    Love Ellie.

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  • Kayleigh
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    That's great to hear about Debbie and thank you for kindly sharing your good news with us.

    It's amazing how liberating a ramp can be for us, as it's often impossible to visit family and friends in their homes without one.

    I hope you enjoy lots of regular visits to your family and it's great that the ramp was organised well before any festive family celebrations start.

    Love and best wishes to you and your family,
    Kayleigh x
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 6 November 2019, 21:47.

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  • Deb
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    I love the good news thread!

    My good thing for this month is that my son and his lovely wife had the steps in their garden removed and a ramp built. ( I have not been able to get in their house for more than two years)

    It was meant to be a surprise but I smelt a rat when they borrowed one of my wheelchairs for the builder to try. ( yes I should have been a detective, ) They even lit sparklers on the side of the ramp when I first went in so I felt like a jungle celebrity.

    Its kept a smile on my face.
    Hoping others have some good things to smile at,
    Love Debbie x

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  • Gillette
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    Tuesday’s good thing was being given a huge hug by my favourite staff member at the hospital M&S Food branch when she happened to see me elsewhere in the hospital this afternoon. Plus two of the baristas in Costa greeted me like an old friend. They gave me a lovely warm glow, which wasn’t all due to the coffee!

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  • Gillette
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    Monday’s good thing was that a black cloud lifted because of the loving support of a very close friend.

    Don’t forget, this thread is for anyone to share any good thing, no matter how large or how small.

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  • miranda
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    Nice to see your positive news Dina

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  • Kayleigh
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    Thank you for kindly sharing your good news with us Dina.

    It's wonderful to hear that you could watch the wedding ceremony - and many congratulations to your son and new daughter-in-law.

    I'm glad that you have got such kind and thoughtful neighbours. Lovely flowers for a lovely lady! ... and did you know that flowers can dance?..
    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ryUxrFUk6MY#searching

    Love
    Kayleigh x

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  • Ellie
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    I'm so glad you got to see your son's wedding, Dina.

    And what kind neighbours you have !

    Love Ellie.

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  • Sheila
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    Hi Dina
    Glad you were able to see your son's wedding via technology. And flowers from your neighbours.
    You have definitely had a good day.
    Love Sheila

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  • Terry
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    Hi Dina;

    I'm so please that you had a live link to his wedding. It's always worrying for us to trust the new technology.

    It's always nice to have flowers around.

    Love Terry

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  • Gillette
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    TODAY’S GOOD THING: we were able to watch my younger son’s wedding ceremony via video call, this afternoon.

    The second good thing was that my next door neighbours gave me a bouquet today. I love having cut flowers in the house.

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  • Kayleigh
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    That is encouraging news Dina.

    It's good to hear that Bury is probably taking their statutory obligations, as well as the recommendations in the NICE guidelines, seriously.

    Its a shame that not all Local Authorities and NHS Trusts are doing the same (they probably blame lack of Government funding - but if Bury can meet the needs of their patients to such a high standard, shouldn't they all be able to? (just my thoughts)

    Many Congratulations Bury!

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  • Deb
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    That is good news and great to hear.

    Congratulations MND team Bury. It sounds like you totally deserve this recognition.

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