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Books v Kebab Boxes

I was quite glad I hoovered the carpet, the day before we had three paramedics in our bedroom. They weren’t there for any kind of hi-jinks: my idea of a good time doesn’t involve having three ECGs in the course … Continue reading

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Delay, Light & Dark: World Suicide Prevention Day

A wise friend once told me that even the most negative of character traits can be helpful, in the right circumstances. Take, for example, procrastination. Also known, by those of us who use spellcheckers a lot, as delay. Today¬† (10 … Continue reading

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Nice Cuppa & a Biscuit: a Post Surgery Blog

Today’s top tune … … and blatantly obvious photo … Post general anesthetic hallucinations are subtly different from bipolar ones. At least, mine were. Both, though, are fairly dull. I’ve yet to see Jesus on the telly, or anywhere else, … Continue reading

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