Four Cards; Four Letters

Four Cards; Four Letters

September 3rd, 1959. I was one of 289,242 babies born on that Thursday. Apart from me being born, nothing much happened on that day. I was the second child, my sister having been born eighteen months before, though my mother had given birth to a still born a few years...

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The Double Incontinent

The Double Incontinent

So, here I am, presenting myself at my surgery to receive my flu jab (I know that there are people who are completely against this practice but I have consulted widely with healthcare professionals including pharmacists and nurses and have been...

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My MBE

My MBE

I suppose it started in February of 2016 when I received a telephone call from a lady who told me she was calling from The Cabinet Office. “Would you like to go to a Garden Party in Buckingham Palace?” she asked. “Of course” I replied “Somebody would like to meet you”...

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A Dot Too Many

A Dot Too Many

Let's get one thing straight; I love women and I always have. Now, why am I telling you this? Well, when I was studying for my A-levels I had the opportunity to take extra classes in either French or Typewriting. And, because the typewriting class was full of females...

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