Monthly Archives: June 2010

Recommending a Blog

Just a quick note to highly recommend a new blog. Called Wallace on Life from another Perspective, it is written by a 37-year-old woman who was blinded and sustained multiple injuries whilst serving in Afghanistan. The explosion which she was … Continue reading

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Jasmine Update

For anyone who doesn’t want to read about the intricacies of working with a guide dog, this post won’t be for you, so I’ll see you on the other side! I realise its a while since I updated about Jasmine … Continue reading

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The Sonata Radio

Today I’ve received a Sonata radio which I have mixed feelings about. On the plus side, its great in that stations from the Internet are available without having to go onto the PC to find them, it has a nice … Continue reading

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Absolutely Hilarious!

I’m staying with my parents this weekend and my sister called earlier today to ask me if I wanted to go and see Bill Bailey with her at Ashton Gate. I hadn’t really seen him in much but as the … Continue reading

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Genetic Counsellor

Saw a very helpful and informative genetic counsellor this week. It’s a great shame my parents weren’t with me as they’d expressed an interest to find out a bit more about LCA and I think she’d have been a good … Continue reading

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Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan – Conclusion

An agreement has been reached which states that I do not need a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan. So approximately two hours’ work later, things remain the same. Its no wonder the Government wants to cut spending in the public sector. … Continue reading

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Personal Evacuation Plan Refused

After my last entry about the dreaded Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan which I’m meant to have at work, I kept my head down in the hope that it would just go away. However, a colleague came to see me brandishing … Continue reading

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