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Amigos Para Siempre (Friends For Life)

Wed 19 June 2013
Advantage: common cold

I had a cold. I now have bronchitis. That’s not good news for someone with CBD.

So Charlie and I have spent the day in bed – watching cricket: SA vs England.

Charlie’s clearly bored! So am I – my brain remains too active and sharp. It just can’t control my body anymore. So my body is failing me.

Charlie’s body is fine. His brain controls his movements well. Maybe his brain isn’t as sharp as mine!

Guess we could pool our resources … Friends for Life!

MND Day: Fri 21 June: “I am Breathing” Movie Premiere in Port Elizabeth

See you on Fri at 11H30

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This premiere will take place at the Old Grey Club Lennox Street Port Elizabeth.

Time 11H30 to 13hoo

Cash Donation / Cash Bar / Club Lunch Specials available

 

“It’s the disease that most health professionals say they’d least like to get. It’s the most cruel and undignified end.” (Louise Platt, The Plattitude blog, 2008)

This year, on 21 June, in a wee village in Scotland a small group will get together to watch a film about a man who dies from Motor Neurone Disease (MND), also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease. At the same time, in a cinema in Finland, people are arriving from all over to see the the film, I AM BREATHING. In Russia, in the UK, across America, in Brazil, in India and across the world others have volunteered to screen the film – in village halls, schools, churches, sitting rooms, pubs, and…

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