Category Archives: NeuroME

Allan’s poetry

This is Michael, Allan’s son. Sadly, my father passed away suddenly on Sunday night. He is deeply missed, not only by family and church friends, but by the wide network of friends he made on the Internet, particularly the M.E. … Continue reading

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They also serve…

This post has been brewing in my head for a while now. It’s taken time to get into shape, and some of the ideas have developed while doing so. I’ve written before about the restrictions in activity that come with … Continue reading

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Outfit of the Day

I don’t often do this…but then not every day is ME awareness day! Several people have been dressing as Princesses for the day to raise money for medical research; there’s still time to donate here. So for today: Dress from … Continue reading

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ME Awareness Day – Blog Chain

This is M.E. – ME/CFS/Fibro Awareness Day 2014 – Blog Chain Considering International ME/CFS/Fibro Awareness Day is fast approaching, Louse Bibby is putting together a blog-chain where we all get a chance to tell the people in our lives a … Continue reading

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Another door closes

This post has been written for ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) Awareness week – 11th-17th May. It lists the main symptoms of ME, and describes something of what it is like for me living with this condition. So, what is ME? There … Continue reading

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Marathon Woman

A few weeks ago I watched the London marathon. I particularly like the ‘fun’ runners, those who do this not to try and beat everyone else, but perhaps to improve on last year’s time, or even just to finish: and … Continue reading

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God’s Breath

This is one of the poems I wrote at the CARM Retreat at Launde Abbey in April. The first line is from George Herbert’s poem ‘Prayer’ which we looked at one evening. The poem’s theme comes from the second day … Continue reading

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