Monthly Archives: July 2012

What is Macular Degeneration?

The Macular disease Society defines Macular Degeneration as ‘Macular Degeneration (MD) or macular disease are collective terms for conditions which lead to a loss of central vision due to damage to the macular, a small part of the retina which … Continue reading

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Ticket to Ride

In spite of Boris’s voice booming out as soon as you enter or leave any station in London, the transport system never failed me last week when I went up for granddaughter’s end of term concert and a visit to … Continue reading

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One week on

This is the end of my first week as a novice blogger.  I have had 22 comments (some spam) and 115 hits – mainly from the UK and USA plus a number of very useful emails.  This seems a good … Continue reading

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The Little Blue Bus

To order a repeat prescription from our local medical centre you either have to fax in the request or take it up in writing to the centre itself.  I have never been able to isolate the Fax function on my printer, … Continue reading

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Sunkissed and riversoaked

The weather has improved and some of the family have gone camping and kayaking in the Wye Valley.  Plenty of scope for me to worry but gone are the days when they struggled to find a payphone and put in the minimum amount … Continue reading

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