Happy Easter - and a favour, please!

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I shall try to resist the temptation to blog over the holiday so I just wanted to wish my loyal readers a happy Easter and, whilst I am at it, to ask a favour.   I have blogged a couple of times in the past about a mother of a close friend of mine who has Alzheimers.  I have been really moved by her bravery and that of her close and loving family.  But I have also shared in this blog the dilemmas facing carers.  This has inspired me to choose the Alzheimer's Society as the charity for a sponsored 10k run I am doing in Manchester.  I know times are hard but if anyone can spare a few bob, it would be great - here is the link.   See you next week.

I shall try to resist the temptation to blog over the holiday so I just wanted to wish my loyal readers a happy Easter and, whilst I am at it, to ask a favour.   I have blogged a couple of times in the past about a mother of a close friend of mine who has Alzheimers.  I have been really moved by her bravery and that of her close and loving family.  But I have also shared in this blog the dilemmas facing carers.  This has inspired me to choose the Alzheimer's Society as the charity for a sponsored 10k run I am doing in Manchester.  I know times are hard but if anyone can spare a few bob, it would be great - here is the link.   See you next week.

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