Category Archives: Health and wellness
MOURNING THE FAMOUS. I’ve had a few people tell me that my grief at the deaths of some famous people is a bit odd. More than once I’ve read a comment along the lines of “You can’t be that upset … Continue reading
I’m sure there’s a button somewhere to make this a lot easier, I just can’t find it. Anyway clink on this link & all will be made clear The NHS is ours & NOT for sale!
YORKSHIRE YORKSHIRE-PUDDING PUDDING To celebrate Hull winning City Of Culture 2017 I’ve decided to share my recipe for Yorkshire Yorkshire-pudding pudding. If you think that Yorkshire puddings should only ever have gravy poured on them please try it. Trust me, … Continue reading
Facebook Censors Users during Media Blackout on Privatisation of the NHS.
Why isn’t this on the news? An interesting piece I found on the net the other day – 8 Tiny Things That Stopped Suicides In reference to number 2 on this list: There is a well known … Continue reading
ANOTHER GOOD MAN GONE. Brian Haw, the peace campaigner who has been camping outside The Houses Of Parliment, for just over ten years, in protest at Britain’s invasion of Iraq & Afganistan, died in Germany on Saturday of lung cancer. … Continue reading
SAVE OUR NHS. Dear blog readers, Have a look at this: http://www.38degrees.org.uk/NHS-petition I’ve just signed a petition to Save the NHS. Right now the government is rushing through plans which experts, and groups representing doctors and nurses, warn could break … Continue reading
WASTING MY TIME & THEIRS. I was supposed start a stupid New Deal course this morning, where I pretend to look for jobs which don’t exist, but I didn’t go in because I was ill. What are you tutting … Continue reading
Spot the difference. Dolly was a female Finn-Dorset sheep remarkable in that she was the first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell using the process of nuclear transfer. She was cloned by Ian Wilmut, Kieth Campbell and … Continue reading