Far be it from me –

‘It’s all been a terrible shock and I thank you for your support’. #Thanks

on July 28, 2013


This blog has been at it’s most quiet since it’s inception several years ago.  It’s been a few weeks since I posted and so much has happened.  I still lack both the physical and emotional energy to go into much detail,  but would like people to know that we had the tremendously shocking news whilst away on holiday only 10 days ago, that my 25 year old son Matt had collapsed at work in Woodlands Leisure Park, and was in Derriford Hospital awaiting emergency brain surgery to remove three cysts which had developed in his brain.  He had been be treated by his GP for tension headaches from which he’d been suffering at least 10 weeks.

Fortunately all proved to be benign and Matt is recovery well from surgery.

We would like to thank many people involved in this crisis: Kriss Mennell, Matt’s brother, whose calm handling of the situation…

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