Living With Mesothelioma -My Diary- Easter is over so we are on the last few days to show our support for the Saatchi Bill- Happy Birthday to Our Queen

So Easter is all over now until next year. All the chocolate eggs and now we all go on a diet.

We went no where yesterday as the rain never stopped until evening.

I watched a great film -The first Harry Potter and now Im watching no 2. I will get hooked on them if they are re showing all the films.


Its funny how we have watched him grow up before our eyes.

Must admit I fell asleep bored as the rain was belting down.

We woke to a wonderful sunny day today though. Had a lovely morning pottering around and chatting on Facebook making sure everyone was well today.

Then we went out to buy Louis chickens for me to roast. One to roast and a spare in the freezer.

Calling in at the Park for him to have a really lovely run around. We have a very tired little Dog here now. He will have a good dinner now the chicken is all roasted for him. He loves freshly cooked meat. Spoilt dog.




Today Our Queen is 88 years old –happy Birthday your Majesty

Photo: A very happy birthday to Her Majesty The Queen!! Long May she reign over us!!!! X love all the splendor of Royalty and the gund had to fire 88 times today.

Royal salute at Green Park there is a video on here

The Queen has two Birthdays today and then trooping of the Colour In June

The Queen’s 88th birthday has been marked across the UK with traditional gun salutes.

A 41-gun royal salute was fired in Green Park in London and a 62 gun-salute from the Tower of London.

Gunners from 105th Regiment Royal Artillery fired two 21-gun royal salutes at Edinburgh and Stirling Castles.

Salutes were also fired in Northern Ireland and Wales. The Queen is spending the day privately at Windsor.

Tradition followed

The Queen was born on 21 April 1926 at the home of her mother’s parents in Mayfair.

However, her birthday is also celebrated officially each year in June at the Trooping the Colour service – which this year will take place on 14 June.

Something is going on as we are having so many earthquakes.

In the past 30 days, we’ve seen NINETEEN 6.0M+ earthquakes… SEVEN 7.0M+ earthquakes… and TWO 8.0M+ events (with tsunami warnings issued for each). EXCESS…

The ADAO Asbestos Awareness Videos and Newsletter are published today.


Saatchi Bill
Join Dr Ranj and Lord Saatchi tomorrow at 4pm for a Google hangout on the Medical Innovation Bill.
Watch here: the panel will be:

Harrison’s Fund
Right to Try
Charlie Chan – Consultant Surgeon
Prof Stephen Kennedy-University of Oxford
Prof David Walker – Professor of Paediatric Oncology, University of Nottingham
Look forward to seeing you all.
Photo: Join Dr Ranj and Lord Saatchi tomorrow at 4pm for a Google hangout on the Medical Innovation Bill.</p><br /><br />
<p>Watch here:</p><br /><br />
<p>Joining the panel will be:</p><br /><br />
<p>Harrison's Fund<br /><br /><br />
Right to Try<br /><br /><br />
Charlie Chan - Consultant Surgeon<br /><br /><br />
Prof Stephen Kennedy-University of Oxford<br /><br /><br />
Prof David Walker - Professor of Paediatric Oncology, University of Nottingham</p><br /><br />
<p>Look forward to seeing you all.


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