Media surprise …

Media surprise …

Friends, this was unexpected. In the last couple of weeks Ellie, at Dignity in Dying, has been talking to me about using my ‘story’ in their ongoing campaign. You might know that on Wednesday their Chair, Baroness Meacher, introduced an Assisted Dying Bill in the...
A result …

A result …

Two days ago, after watching the APPG discussion, I wrote, “Whether the meeting has moved anything forward I doubt.  We’ll see.” There was a result.  Given that assisted dying is illegal, Matt Hancock asked for more information on suicides by...
APPG. Worth it?

APPG. Worth it?

Continuing one of the items from the last blog post, at 2pm yesterday afternoon I received an email from Dignity in Dying.  It said that they had just received permission from Matt Hancock’s office to live-stream the online All Party Parliamentary Group...
Wall? Elephant? Both?

Wall? Elephant? Both?

Hello. I’m still around.  Quite pleased with making the target of 200 blog entries. Quite pleased with the April Fool jape.  Quite pleased with the discovery of that short recording of my actual voice ‘in concert’, even though it was oration rather than natural...
Another purpose …

Another purpose …

A reminder to myself: the blog is multi-purpose. Triggered by the illness and a life shorter than expected, it gave me a hobby and a focus.  Time to tell stories from my life.  Time to say things I’ve not said in the past.  Time occasionally to comment on current...
Comms and Alerts …

Comms and Alerts …

Two days ago I had the pleasure of a Zoom chat with Professor Tony Watts who set up the MNDA Fund in my name.  It was a general catch-up call and Tim joined us, partly to translate my growling.  I also did some text to-speech typing, generating the e-voice that you...