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  • denise
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    Oh Debbie that's wonderful news.
    xxx

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  • Deb
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    It's lovely how much you appreciate your parents Peter.

    My happy news is that my son and his wife are expecting a baby. Their news is so exciting and gives me a fresh perspective. I don't know how I've kept it quiet!

    When I was first diagnosed I felt I didn't want any medical interventions and I just wanted to see our children settled. Now I would accept anything that will keep me going as long as possible.

    Love Debbie x

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  • petermessi
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    i am very happy to have very good parents who care me from morning to night. It is my duty to protect them and makes them happy. When they are happy i am very happy

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  • denise
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    Getting home after being at the hospital

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  • denise
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    When it's been raining for days and then the sun comes out.

    when the electricity has been off for sometime and then it's back on.

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  • denise
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    Being on holiday when our kids were small. Sitting in the caravan, playing games and reading books because it was raining. The sound of the rain on the roof was calming and being together as a family was wonderful.

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  • Betty sitbon
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    You are all uplifting wonderful new friends who I am proud to know. Matthew I wish your dreams were movies! I bet we would all love seeing those! Shaun I can picture your town just from your few words.i am grateful to have a partner who keeps working so hard to figure things out to be here with me.and I am grateful to be part of this new family here

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  • matthew55
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    Who knows we may be onto something, I'm off to do more research, goodnight all x

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  • Doug Carpenter
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    Ellie, Matthew

    Fascinating!

    Ditto

    Doug

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  • Deb
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    I love this thread !

    I'm celebrating sitting in the sunshine this afternoon with my sons and their partners. Because of their work we are very strictly distancing but it was great to see them.

    Love Debbie x

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  • Ellie
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    Even after so long, I am always the 'old version' of me, never do I have any disability in my dreams!!

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  • matthew55
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    Back on topic I celebrate dreams because I can talk, eat and laugh again. x

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  • DeeH
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    Hi Everyone

    I have something similar on Facebook. A daily gratitude practice, with a bunch of people I have never met.

    The sun is shining and Thomas got enhanced PIP - daily living plus mobility.

    Awarded for 3 years

    Cheers everyone for your advice

    Glad you are here

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  • Shaun
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    Well I had a nice afternoon yesterday, I’m still mobile so went on a mini pub crawl, with my oldest friend- ( village pubs with garden’s), and had stroll along the Thames (wilts/glos border ) where we used to spend hours fishing for barbel when we were younger, had forgotten what a beautiful part of the country I live in, and the joy of proper village pubs

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  • Doug Carpenter
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    For very understandable reasons, none of us has had much to post here lately. But to keep the thread and Dina’s memory alive I can report that my Salsa Mini enabled me to get to a far corner of the paddock this afternoon and gaze on a sward of cyclamen I planted and then had to abandon over a year ago. More have survived than I was expecting. And beautiful they are too.

    Doug

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