Archive for June 2011

Chris Boughton

Isn’t Technology Wonderful!

21 June 2011 by Chris Boughton

It was my grandson’s second birthday last week and his parents organised a party for close family members at their house in a usually quiet, small village. We have had very little rain here of late but it did rain on the day of the party although thankfully it eventually stopped, allowing us out into […]

Briony Cooke

The Way we Were

14 June 2011 by Briony Cooke

The other day, while sorting out books, I came across a number of diaries I had kept since 1978. Thirteen volumes about life’s great events; pregnancies, blow-by-blow accounts of baby deliveries, infant development month-by-month and annual family holidays. They were full of amusing anecdotes, moments of parental pride and embarrassment. The first diaries were written […]

Chris Boughton

Helping Ourselves

10 June 2011 by Chris Boughton

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a very strange illness in that no two patients seem to suffer the same profile of symptoms. Yes there are many similar symptoms but we all seem to have our own tailor-made version of the illness. For example, not everyone who suffers from PD has a tremor (I don’t have one) […]

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