Monthly Archives: September 2005

Leisure and work in balance

Hello everyone!  Today has been a good day; although the weather has been mostly gloomy and damp, there has been a little sunshine and it is much warmer.  I managed to get most of my washing hung out inside, before … Continue reading

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The comfort of being believed

Hello everyone!  Today the sun is shining and it is a lovely September day.  I feel encouraged, as Malcolm has had a visit from Helen Anderson, who confirms what we feel about his diagnosis of ME and will add this … Continue reading

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Volunteering in a new venue

Hello everyone!  I decided to use these bright colours to cheer up a dull, wet day.  I had a slow start and went on my computer for a bit this morning, after I had prepared a packed lunch for myself.  … Continue reading

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A social, active and relaxing day

Hello everyone!  I have had a full day in which I have packed a lot of activities; yet I have had some lovely periods of relaxation too.  This morning I did the weekly shop and unpacked it all before going … Continue reading

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A mixture of frustration and satisfaction

Hello everyone!   I have had a day of trying to get in touch with people and have in the end had to text two people!  One person has replied and will be coming in a week or so, but two … Continue reading

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Joy and pain

Hello everyone!  This morning a damp cloudy day greeted me as I awakened.  Since then the sun has started to emerge from the clouds and indeed is shining brightly as I do this blog.  Again I had a relaxed start … Continue reading

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A productive yet well balanced day

Hello everyone!  I have really enjoyed today.  I had a slow relaxed start and enjoyed a boiled egg and toast as well as my usual porridge.  Well fortified I went out to start to tackle the garden; it is really … Continue reading

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