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Thread: Relief is not the word!

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbiejane View Post
    Not got a professional person to be with my but my daughter who is my carer will be .
    My MS nurse has appointments all that day and I don't think my local councillor would willingly come up.
    I'm just coming to the conclusion that what will be will be and if I get refused i'll go to Connect who CAB recommended and get them to take the next step for me.
    Hope you enjoyed the chocolate cream éclair
    Well good luck, not all assessors are bad. My local Councillor has helped me with so much now, they deserve a medal.
    Don’t think like that, it could be ok.
    I actually had strawberry cheese cake instead, as no eclairs, but I’m not complaining.

  2. #22
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    Well done Shelob.

    You have been down a long,hard road and this is well deserved.

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