Thanksgiving Weekend

Saturday 30 November 2013: 7 years 2 months on …
Physical: Advantage CBD / Mental Advantage CBD

I have not written for a while. Partly because I am allowing the CBD to take control of me and mostly because I am struggling with my vision and am unable to see properly.

Yesterday I went with Annette Jones and Liz Findlay for morning tea at the Grass Roof Restaurant on the way to Sardinia Bay, Port Elizabeth. It was the first time in a while that I have been out with them. See the pic on the previous blog. It was good being out in the first warm rays of the summer sun.

Last night we went to the Westcott’s Christmas Party. It was good seeing old friends again, especially those I have not seen in a while. The problem is that I am beginning to forget even the names of those closest to me!

However, I am tired and my body is tired, so I went to sleep early (there!) whilst the rest partied the night away.

I realised this morning that some of the people that were there, like Kathy and Matt Sexton (who coached our Southern Kings and gave us so much pleasure this year) who will be returning to New Zealand shortly, I will most probably never see again. And I didn’t say goodbye … I am sorry about that this morning … and there is no time to be sorry … I shall walk this way but once, so I need to get my mental strength back, if not my physical strength too.

So, here is just a short blog to say Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends and Happy Christmas to all my Christian friends and any one else who celebrates Holiday Time at this time of the year. Enjoy the Holidays and the break from work and school and the lazy, hot summer days.

And to put you in the holiday mood, have a look at this link:

http://www.uptv.com/blog/uplifting-video-pentatonix-little-drummer-boy

ED is in wED with Tove Kane

Three weeks of interviews with Tove Kane … Thank you!

BrainStorms - Ed Lunnon's Blog

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With Tove Kane on AlgoaFM

Hi everybody

Ed Lunnon has been on the Mid-Morning show 185 times.

That’s really quite an incredible avhievement – bringing as much awareness to neurological diseases as he and Lance Du Plessis can managed on their Wednesday morning interviews.

Ed’s focus this week is for people to consider two aspects that could change their lives for the better.

Dread diseases and unexpected accidents are realities. We can’t know what might happen to us at any given moment and Ed’s advice to the Algoa FM audience today was to put two things in place.

1. Have a salary protector in place

2. Consider what additional income you could set aside to cover unforseen costs.

Costs aren’t limited to medical conditions. Costs involve day-to-day living and if you are medically boarded or you simply can’t work, you nevertheless will still have financial needs and you have to…

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ED is in wED with Tove Kane

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With Tove Kane on AlgoaFM

Hi everybody

Ed Lunnon has been on the Mid-Morning show 185 times.

That’s really quite an incredible avhievement – bringing as much awareness to neurological diseases as he and Lance Du Plessis can managed on their Wednesday morning interviews.

Ed’s focus this week is for people to consider two aspects that could change their lives for the better.

Dread diseases and unexpected accidents are realities. We can’t know what might happen to us at any given moment and Ed’s advice to the Algoa FM audience today was to put two things in place.

1. Have a salary protector in place

2. Consider what additional income you could set aside to cover unforseen costs.

Costs aren’t limited to medical conditions. Costs involve day-to-day living and if you are medically boarded or you simply can’t work, you nevertheless will still have financial needs and you have to make provision to cover these.

Ed is on the radio next Wednesday 10.30 – it was great spending these last weeks chatting on Algoa FM.

Remembrance Day 2013

Monday 11 November 2013: 7 years 2 months on …
(c) 2013 Edward C. Lunnon
I will always light a candle on this day to remember all the men and women who gave up their tomorrows for our today.
It is the supreme sacrifice that one man can give to another.
I will forever be grateful.Why not light a candle, too, today friends? It’s the least we can do.
But Remembrance Day is not just about the past. It’s also about our future.
So, today, remember too:
“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.”
And I truly believe
That as much as I give I will receive …

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