Monthly Archives: January 2014

Horse Riding and Dystonia. Progress Report 21

Crunch, crunch, crunch. Rip. Clunk. Yes, folks, that’s the sound of me grinding my teeth, shredding my January dressage competition entry form and lobbing it into the bin. All a result of this morning’s equine activities. I can honestly say, … Continue reading

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Goodbye to the Teignmouth Electron

Some time ago, I opened up a petition to request the National Maritime Museum to bring the wreckage of the Teignmouth Electron back to the UK: Sadly, whilst my posts have attracted readers, they have not attracted petition supporters. … Continue reading

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Things To Try When Your Head’s On Back To Front

This is obviously a post about Dystonia, so if you don’t know what this is pop down to, find out and put a pound, dollar or euro into the wonderful Dystonia Society’s fundraising tin. OK, you can go and … Continue reading

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Well, the last few weeks have been a right old pickle. Having written about the lovely Christmas Day we had, the Family Unit went into meltdown. The Offspring produced a sky high temperature which refused to respond to any form … Continue reading

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