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PaulX

Diagnosis Anniversary

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PaulX

It's my MS's official birthday.

8 years old today. :cheers:

 

(Yes, I know it's a lot older.)

 

It's as good a reason as any for a drink at the Worcester Victorian Market this afternoon.

 

Paulx

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Shirl

Truth be told, your MS is probably older but Cheers to your anniversary, Paul :cheers:

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Tired
PaulX

I think we gave it a good send off. A disabled persons rail card makes the return journey to Worcester very cheap.

Lots of seasonal cheer. :wine:

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Good on you Paul

best wishes 

peter

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