Monthly Archives: August 2009

We Don’t Feel Faces!

I’m reading The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. I know, I’m so behind everyone else, and as yet I’m not sure how much I’m actually enjoying it. I was reading away in bed last night and the blind grandmother … Continue reading

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Medical Centre Update

I think I can probably chalk this one up as a success. Having Emailed my surgery to be told that I couldn’t have information by Email or in Braille, I did a bit of finding out. I wrote back to … Continue reading

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I’ve Got That Autumn Feeling Early

Last year I wrote about it on 2nd of September but I’m already feeling it. That uneasy feeling of insecurity and change that comes with Autumn. I have no reason to feel it and haven’t had for the last couple … Continue reading

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Health and Safety Excuse Used to Bar Me from a Shop

Was visiting Tissington in Derbyshire yesterday and had just completed a country walk. Therefore I had Jade with me but minus her harness as she had been free running. My friends decided they wanted to look in a shop. The … Continue reading

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Suddenly At Home

This was the thriller we saw at the Theatre royal last Saturday, by Francis Durbridge. It was brilliant. Streets ahead of last week’s offering with twists in the plot right to the end. Definitely recommended.

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a Strange Play

Went to see a stage version of the Hound of the Baskervilles last night at the Nottingham theatre Royal. Very odd. I can’t really comment that much as I’ve never read the book not being a fan of Sherlock Holmes. … Continue reading

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Blind People are like Dalecs, They Can’t Go Up Stairs!

That was a joke by my colleague after a call I made to the NIA, Birmingham to book tickets for the Pet Shop Boys in December. On their website, it advises that if you have a disability, you should contact … Continue reading

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