Ian Franks takes a time out from his usual blog to remember his big brother who died, as a result of having epilepsy, 30 years ago. Besides having MS, Ian also has epilepsy.
It's been an eventful few days for the two of us at home here in Spain. On Saturday, nine days ago, my beloved Lisa asked me to help put the washing out to dry. It's an easy job that I can do sitting down, so I readily agreed. The trouble was that it was not … Continue reading Wife who is carer is really a wonderful, loving, angel
An off-duty Tennessee paramedic has hit the headlines, been on television and been featured on social media. And all because, before leaving the church to go to the reception, she was alerted by phone to a car accident involving her father and grandparents who were making the same journey and were then about two miles … Continue reading Thanks to those who love their jobs
Vicky Balch has every right to be furious with the awful hand dealt to her this year but she really must get a firm grip on her life and look to the future with a new, positive outlook. Otherwise she is going to have a truly miserable time of it. On 2nd June this year, … Continue reading Live for the future, let the past go