Living with Mesothelioma -My Diary- A rainy day at times and a sad day with a little girl missing

The sky this morning was shepherds warning —So red and boy was it right as it rained early this morning.

It did get a little better and we went out to buy the tickets from the Station for our visit by train, to London to the Mesothelioma UK conference

Whitstable train station

Mesothelioma UK Patient & Carer Day 2012

30th July 2012

7th Mesothelioma UK Patient & Carer Day 2012
Saturday 6th October 2012
Pullman Hotel London St Pancras

The objectives for the day are to give mesothelioma patients, carers, relatives and friends the chance to meet and share experiences with others affected by the disease, to raise issues and ask questions and to give up-to-date, unbiased information on treatment and care and clinical research.  Patients, carers, relatives and friends can attend the day free of charge and priority is given to these registrations.

Please do contact us on 0800 169 2409 if you need anything further.

Liz Darlison, Consultant Nurse, Mesothelioma UK

I love the conference as the Mesowarriors can all meet up for the day.

Jan Eagerton will be talking about her Mesothelioma experience and IATP Christine Winters will be talking about Asbestos training.

I hope someone talks about Trials.

From the station wet traveled to Hernebay to park up in a car park and went to buy a fresh loaf from the bakers and bread pudding for me and a eccels for Ray.

It was so nice walking looking in the shops but we had to buy a runner for the motorhome as the flooring was a little cold to the feet when I got up in the morning.

We found just what we wanted so we went back to the car happy bunnies.

All day long we have been watching the news of the little girl who had been abducted in Wales —so sad when that happens and we all are praying she is safe, so small at 5 years to be parted from her family in such a nasty way.

God keep you safe little one

The window cleaner came and did the windows and then it rained -Oh! dear what a waste that was.


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