‘Friendship and family creates elements yet to be defined…’

*** My friend Hannah. My friend Hannah is my sister in laws sister. My friend Hannah loves the same music as me. My friend Hannah is one of the bonus sister in laws I got, when my brother married Hannah’s sister. My friend Hannah, is my sister. My friend Hannah has MS & Parkinson’s -... Continue Reading →

‘In out, in out, shake it all about…’

About sums up my working life from about a year or so after my MS diagnosis, with a stint at College and University thrown in there. My life went from 100 to 0 overnight it seems, but this post isn’t about my paid working life, the opposite – my volunteering life. *** When restrictions were... Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence with Brains. The possibilities…

This week I attended the International Progressive MS Alliance webcast, with a focus on how blood tests and artificial intelligence (AI) in MRIs could predict MS progression. Hosted by Trishna Bharadia, International Patient Advocate, who I had the pleasure of meeting at MS Session in Prague; Dr.Robert Fox, neurologist and Vice Chair for Research of... Continue Reading →

21st Century Breakdown…

Vehicles breakdown but being a non-driver, I’d never experienced this trauma… UNTIL RECENTLY! I finally have a breakdown story with my scooter guys… buckle up. Going my merry little way along a path I take regularly, and I was greeted with some recently added grit. Now this grit wasn’t a thin layer (as initially thought... Continue Reading →

Here comes the sun…

Ahhh the British summertime is a funny one, isn’t it? Full on melt downs (sun or otherwise with the current pandemic at the moment), gale force winds, and rain all in the space of a week. However, when the sun is out this is when I am at my optimum level and many of my... Continue Reading →

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