Monthly Archives: December 2010

family illness……

I finally got to meet the surgeon who operated on Mum Xmas eve. He was able to answer my huge list of questions and give us some idea of what’s going to happen in the immediate future. Mum had about … Continue reading

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family illness…..

So sorry to hear today that the body found yesterday was that of missing Bristol girl Joanna Yeates. My heart goes out to her poor parents. I can’t imagine the anguish they must be going through. What a terrible thing … Continue reading

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family illness cont….

I’m feeling well fed up tonight. Following a CT scan of Mum’s pancreas yesterday her doctor found some necrotic and infected tissue in her pancreas and surrounding areas. They have now decided that this needs to be removed and are trying to … Continue reading

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Family Illness cont…

Mum’s journey back to health was interrupted last week by a small relapse. So she is still in intensive care. Her breathing became much worse and they suspected a clot in her lungs. A scan dismissed this but two chest … Continue reading

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Family Illness

Research and preparation for the next series of Vivacity in 2011 has been temporarily halted due to family illness. My mum was taken ill with what we all thought was a tummy bug two weeks ago. However, it didn’t pass … Continue reading

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William Bloom at the Pierian Centre – 23rd November 2010

Following on in a series of popular events at the Pierian Centre, stalwart of the scene, William Bloom came to speak about his three golden keys of spirituality. Being booed by clerics and insulted by a Bishop years ago prompted … Continue reading

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Katheryn Trenshaw – Passionate Presence

One Vision at St Davids Church Exeter – 16th November 2010 The beautiful church of St David’s was host to a sizeable crowd who’d braved the chill and heavy Exeter traffic due to the Christmas light switch-on to hear Katheryn … Continue reading

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