TODAY FIVE PEOPLE in the UK will join Professor Stephen Hawking, having been diagnosed with MND. They will be told that there is no cure and it is terminal. 242 more words
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My wife's wedding ring is hanging on a cord around my neck...
…She’d been told to take it off or it would be taped to her finger, so before she was taken away we tied it tightly to the cord that runs through the hood of my sweat shirt. 987 more words
The gain dial for the pain in my legs cranked higher as my unintended siesta was interrupted by the door bell.
Swinging my half dead legs so my already laced up feet met the ground, I pushed hard with my arms to get upright. 589 more words
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At 3AM last night I was thankful to wake up choking...
..Thankful because if I hadn’t woken up, who knows what would have happened. Whilst in deep sleep, some of the contents of my stomach travelled northwards but took the wrong route back. 950 more words
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Sarah Writes Things
On Saturday I did something completely new to me: a 100ft abseil from the roof of Croke Park in Dublin (the third largest sports stadium in Europe, by the way). 491 more words
My thoughts on a page.
It is almost the exact hour, when twenty seven years ago time stopped for me.
It was a Friday morning. I was working on the geriatric ward as a student nurse. 690 more words
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Ascroft Whiteside - Blog
The life of a solicitor is one of hard work, dedication and lots of reading. Being a firm that delivers family, employment and business law to name a few we are quite used to getting involved. 302 more words
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