It has been such a long time since I have posted. The reasons – mainly health-based. Not wishing to be a health-bore. After all the last couple of years or so have been a little challenging for many of us.
My Wait is Almost Over!
Personal Update I cannot believe it has taken so long since I last wrote on the site. I explained then that my health had had a blip and as well as ongoing chest infections I also developed Aortic Stenosis –
Never Know What is Around the Corner!
I have been absent from the site for a few weeks with health challenges again. Thanks to my wonderful friend and techie expert John Catto and The Dame and Dave Hill, it has not meant a blank site!!!!! In other
Strength From Lockdown!
Well, we’ll certainly all have to dig deep to find our strength to tackle this latest lockdown, while at the same time maintaining some optimism at the thought of the vaccines that are being administered widely now. I am waiting
Battles Lost But Not Forgotten
So many people campaigned to ‘Save the Brompton Hospital’, but decisions were taken behind closed doors and as nothing will seem to change immediately, it is sometimes easy to forget the issues behind the campaign. There is always fear when
Save the Brompton Hospital!
Hot on the heels of the petition to Save Kensington High Street from cycle lanes and Tfl and the Mayor of London, my campaigning blood is boiling at an even higher temperature at the attempt to close and re-develop
Fighting the Chaos on Kensington High Street
There are times when a stance must be taken and common sense has to prevail. And, the current debate over ‘cycling lanes’ on Kensington High Street is just one of those times. Although the views expressed in my blog are,
Tickling my Taste Buds!
In recent times as I have been through medical emergencies and dramas, one of the side effects has been a loss of interest initially in food altogether and then a lack of motivation in cooking for myself – after being
I Am Surveyed Out – And More Info!
OK, today is my day for a whinge or two! I prefer to praise rather than criticise but I am human too! I have lost track of the number of surveys I have received recently, mostly by email and text.
In Praise of the Information Givers
I have come to realise that when you are entering a new phase or situation in your life, it is really important to establish some facts and have genuine information before you ‘blunder’ on. I have found Age UK invaluable