Saturday, October 8, 2011


Ally went to meet the consultant for a look at the scans as I was having a busy week of inductions for the new students. The consultant was pleased that the rate of change between June to April was slower than from June to October, indicating that the timazolamide is having an impact. However, there is an increase and this is reflected in tiredness, etc.
Pads enjoyed watching Mr Bean at Neils after he'd got up at 2pm. I was getting a half-soaked slurry but fairly detailed account of the hilarious 'Funfair' story at 10pm! He'd also enjoyed being around when Moli's school friends came over for dinner, but he didnt eat anything. Ally'd gone to Swansea for a meet up with other cancer mums, while the rest of us piled into the big car for the TCFF Gospel Preaching Rally. I was struck from the outset of Roland Burrows' sermon when he mentioned that Luke's Gospel is known for illustrating the compassion of Christ for outcasts. In this case it was for Zacchaeus, whose name means 'Pure', although he was anything but that: an outcast in a cursed city. This passage contains the key to Luke's gospel.
For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost. (Luke 19:10)
We've supported the Christian Lewis Trust as they have helped us along our journey. Now they are looking to recruit an additional Play Therapist/Counsellor. The money could come from winning a Nat West Communty Force grant. If you would like to suppor them, click on and register your vote.

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