Tag Archives: walk

Small steps (2) 11th September 2013

No whizzes – no bangs. Yesterday went well, I think. I walked around Ilmington for about 10 minutes. The world felt astonishingly loud – huge – bright. The air in my lungs felt different – cleaner – fresher. But I … Continue reading

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Small steps – 9 – 10th September 2013

– when I was a social worker there were a couple of times when I stayed off work for 6 months – I had to go back to work because after that time I had to go onto half pay … Continue reading

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24/07/13 – 01/08/13 Taking it all in my stride (2)

It had been an intense few days. Finally, after spending an hour or so being the camera ninja, Johanna gave me a good ol’ friendly big hug. I was filmed with David – I was filmed with Fran – I … Continue reading

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24/07/13 – 01/08/13 Taking it all in my stride

. David is a self confessed introvert. A tall, good looking fellow with an enquiring mind and an encyclopaedic knowledge of…. …well…he knows a lot about a lot. Johanna, of film making fame, had got in touch with him so … Continue reading

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24/07/13 Envy

When Ella was a little girl one of the greatest thrills in her life was when her dad declared, ‘Pack your things, we’re going on holiday in 45 minutes!’ Imagine that wide eyed excitement at that knowledge that they were … Continue reading

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12/07/13 More tales of the riverbank…

…so, there I was being greeted by a complete stranger – a man who, at this point, had no idea why I was wandering about the place. We exchanged a few words, and he asked me when I was hoping … Continue reading

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11/07/12 Tales of the Riverbank

.After passing through Lancaster and its dark satanic mills, I decided that part of the best route to Blackpool would be along the lovely, tranquil Lancaster canal. Yes, I appreciate that a canal isn’t a river but perlease, give me … Continue reading

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