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Operation ‘Salad Bar’

Today was the second day (every Thursday for 6 weeks) of the Community Grant Programme at OWR (Operation Warriors Return). I felt a little stiff after yesterday’s physio session but not half as bad as I thought I was going too, I did however, feel really tired when it was time to haul myself out […]

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Seeing friends again

  This evening I went to our Amy Cadet HQ at Waterbeach for the first time in months and months. I hadn’t been there for a long time even before the surgery and if it wasn’t for my Dad taking me there it wouldn’t have happened today. There was a purpose for the trip however, […]

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Start of a course

I have no idea what was the matter with me today but my balance was shocking. I lost count of the amount of near misses I had that could quite easily have resulted in falls, both indoors and outdoors. I count myself really lucky today but I need to get a grip of this as […]

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Help for all amputees

Today a package arrived and I noticed by the postmark that it was from the Limbless Association http://www.limbless-association.org/ . I had decided to join them the other day and joined as a lifetime member at a cost of £150 as opposed to the yearly £20. There was stacks of brochures and information in the pack […]

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A mind of mush

The title of todays post pretty much sums up how I have felt all day, last night was not a good one. There is a new lady (95) in the bay who is lovely but has to sleep with her light on and another who has started snoring over the last two days. To top […]

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