I know I talk about death a lot in this blog, but everyone who knows me personally also knows that I am the most optimistic, positive person out there. Because I talk about death doesn't mean it's going to happen imminently, it just means that when I die I will, as the British so quaintly say "have my affairs in order", as you can imagine my affairs are somewhat complicated so all the more reason to make sure they are in order.
Death and taxes, they are the most inevitable things about our life on earth. Yet people who will easily visit an accountant to manage their tax affairs would not consider going as easily to a solicitor to sort out their will.
2016 London Marathon done, not a personal best time but pretty decent at 04:24 given everything else I have had on my plate.....
Websites close to my heart
- Shooting Star Chase (Daisy's Hospice)
- Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity
- Torbay Holiday Helper's Network
- Sick Children's Trust
- Daisy's Angels - Facebook Page
- About Costello Syndrome
- Asperger Syndrome
- Caudwell Children
- Together for Short Lives (Children's Hospices in the UK)
- Costello Syndrome Support Group
- Give Kids The World
- PostPals - Putting Smiles on Sick Children's Faces
- Singing Hands (Daisy is their No1 Fan!)
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