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  1. Kim Carberry

    Good luck at the hospital. I hope you feel a bit better so you can get out and about…
    Ahh! I’ve not watched Casualty yet…I have read about it though. It is so nice that they let him die peacefully. I thought he’d die in the crash x

  2. Catie: Spectrum Mum

    What a shame that your boys school didn’t do anything for Easter. We had an egg decorating competition at school. I hope your treatment went well and you enjoyed your audio book. #keepingitreal

  3. Debbie

    Hi Anne, I don’t mind injections, but those little cannula things make me shudder. I think it’s because they stay in the vein. The way you write about your treatment makes it sound quite pleasurable, but I bet you’d rather not have to have it. Fingers crossed the change in your treatment works better for you… It’s a shame that Easter isn’t really celebrated in schools. I’m not a religious person, but I do think it’s important to learn about the religious side of holidays and have fun whilst doing it. Making Easter bonnets and Easter gardens are part of my childhood memories. It’s also a shame that you’ve not found a church that you feel comfortable in… It does sound like you had a nice family Easter, and I’m sure the children didn’t mind Mum not being up for the Egg Hunt… I can’t believe Casualty is still going strong, I used to enjoy watching it too and it is important that children learn about death and people dying, so long as it doesn’t give them nightmares.

    Thank you for popping by and sharing your week at #keepingitreal.

    xx

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