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    I work with disabled children/young adults. We...

    I work with disabled children/young adults. We would NEVER be allowed to do anything whilst they are in the sling. It is very dangerous. Slings and hoists are used solely for moving students from A...
  2. Thread: My lovely Mum x

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    What beautiful photos Celia. My condolences

    What beautiful photos Celia. My condolences
  3. its early morning here but I have had a cuppa so...

    its early morning here but I have had a cuppa so I am not left out on the drinky front :)
  4. In all honesty I felt like that many times in my...

    In all honesty I felt like that many times in my Mums last year. I hated what this vile disease did to her.
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    Wrote a post and hadn't read the whole thread....

    Wrote a post and hadn't read the whole thread.
    Sorry to hear of your Uncles passing.
  6. Thread: The January Lads

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    How lovely Scarlett. Beautiful words. I can...

    How lovely Scarlett. Beautiful words. I can picture them all up there watching over you and organising seats for all the newcomers
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    Please accept my condolences on the loss of your...

    Please accept my condolences on the loss of your dear husband

    Kim
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    I have been following your thread Scarlett and...

    I have been following your thread Scarlett and admiring your fortitude and patience.
    My thoughts are with you today as you say goodbye to your John. With all the virtual presences of TP'ers at your...
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    A PEG was mentioned for my Mum in the last...

    A PEG was mentioned for my Mum in the last stages. Thank goodness her GP advised against it.
    What a difficult decision to have had to make and such a shame the Dr lumped it on to you.
    For what its...
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    I have just seen your post after a few days away...

    I have just seen your post after a few days away from TP and am so sorry to hear the news about Pete.
    Please accept my condolences.

    Kim xx
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    I remember my brother once telling me that he...

    I remember my brother once telling me that he could quite happily have buried Mum under the patio one day without a qualm :eek:

    Only on TP could we vent these feelings :D

    Kim
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    Condolences to you Hengell. It is bitter sweet...

    Condolences to you Hengell.
    It is bitter sweet isn't it?

    Kim
  13. Once my Mum was diagnosed my Stepfather made...

    Once my Mum was diagnosed my Stepfather made choices for her. Even when she could make choices herself. It was sad to see.
    I feel if the person concerned is able to make a choice regardless of how...
  14. Thread: Lonely vigil

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    I know exactly how you feel Miranda. I was in...

    I know exactly how you feel Miranda. I was in your position two years ago. In the last couple of years of Mums life I visited UK from Australia four or five times each time thinking "this is it"....
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    Hi Lindsay I didn't want to read and run. Not...

    Hi Lindsay
    I didn't want to read and run. Not sure what time it is where you are but I am in Australia so lunchtime here.
    I'm so sorry you feel like this but it is understandable. When my Mum was...
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    I agree! Kim

    I agree!

    Kim
  17. Thread: I have no name

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    My Mum once introduced my friend to me as "This...

    My Mum once introduced my friend to me as "This is Maureen she is friends with Kim" We just said hello to each other :)

    Mum did forget me first which was understandable as I live overseas and only...
  18. Thread: Forward Ho!

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    I also love the Miss Read books. I have all of...

    I also love the Miss Read books. I have all of them and they are very dog eared due to being read repeatedly :)

    Kim
  19. Thread: saying goodbye

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    I understand Kassy. You have to do what you feel...

    I understand Kassy. You have to do what you feel is best but I for one will miss you terribly. I always look for your posts to see how you are.
    Please stay in touch in whatever way you can. We are...
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    That's the thing Kassy, you were there for her. ...

    That's the thing Kassy, you were there for her.

    Thinking of you

    Kim xx
  21. Thread: Here we go again

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    My Mum never smoked, was always in between 8 to 8...

    My Mum never smoked, was always in between 8 to 8 1/2 stone, was frantically busy all her life, walked a lot as she never learned to drive, ate healthily.
    I really wonder what these people who do...
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    Sylvia can I ask why you won't let Paul deal with...

    Sylvia can I ask why you won't let Paul deal with it? I can understand if you feel its something you should be able to cope with but the fact is at the moment you can't, and Paul can.

    Things will...
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    Thinking of you Georgina. Wishing you strength in...

    Thinking of you Georgina. Wishing you strength in the coming days/weeks

    Kim
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    My Mum used to take my Grandad to a little café...

    My Mum used to take my Grandad to a little café each week. It was their treat and Grandad liked to pay.

    They always had the same. Mum a cuppa and a toasted teacake, Grandad a cuppa and pancakes.
    ...
  25. Thread: A new beginning

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    So pleased to see this Kassy!! The first step...

    So pleased to see this Kassy!!

    The first step is always the hardest. And although I only know you cyberly (is that even a word? If not I have made a new one :eek:) I know you are great with...
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