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Indian philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti : “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”

"The bottom line is that the same supplement used by two different people for the same condition can produce two entirely different results. What does that mean? It means that gulping down "miracle herbs" and "miracle supplements" to treat disease is like trying to hit a clay pigeon in the sky, with a 22-caliber rifle . . . while blindfolded. The odds are very much against you.

The secret to health, the secret to all the success that the great alternative healers share, is that they look to raise every inch of a person's Personal Health Line. If you do that, if you raise the entire line, the odds are in your favor. In fact, it's almost impossible to miss."

Jon Barron...

on using glucotor.
on balancing blood sugar.
Jon Barron is the person to whom I turn to for verification, whenever I read about something new. (This doesn't mean I follow every recommendation he makes, or follow a vegetarian diet which he recommends - just that he writes with such clarity about complicated conditions and presents a scientific approach to the subject of nutritional therapy.

George Bernard Shaw

"It is easy... terribly easy... to shake a man's faith in himself. To take advantage of that, to break a man's spirit, is the devil's work"

Words of wisdom by J.K.Rowling
The single mother's manifesto

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wedding to birth of Helen 22 to 35

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Wedding Manchester - July 1967 - 'All you need is love dah dah dah dah dah"
Teaching 'Heigham Park' Norwich, March 1976
Bungay late 70's
Helen 9 months Nov 1980 - making me 36
A month after I got married I had put a stone on - but doc's again and lost it - yo yo years but really didn't do too badly until I stopped smoking late 70's. I had been up to a 40 a day person! Then put weight on, then had Helen and a cesarean - nearly lost all the weight but didn't look like it. A year's yoga helped maybe got me down to 14 stone and shaped me up a bit!
24th Mar 2010, 23:17  


Viv says:

OK so when I lose another 15 or so lbs, I am getting back into this bracket - that's motivating
doesn't seem too hard :)
optimism rules ok

26th Mar 2010, 10:04

swamprose says:

It's great seeing this part of your life.

26th Mar 2010, 17:25

Viv says:

hoping it will be good for me :)

I like this set:)

29th Mar 2010, 13:13

paintist says:

I like this set too...we all have photos like this ( somewhere) and I blame the cesarean personally ....

30th Mar 2010, 19:07

Viv says:

2 of those and a recent hysterectomy - I have no chance of a flat stomach!

30th Mar 2010, 23:42

bethmadethis says:

Hmm, are you sure that isn't me in that bottom right shot? I'm pretty sure that's me.

30th Mar 2010, 23:53

Viv says:

OH dear I find it hard to tell sometimes it may well be!

31st Mar 2010, 02:34

Viv says:

Ok so I got there and more - I lost a good 2 stone

Target 2011 another 2+ :)
which is probably what I was top right

wish I had a video of the play I was rehearsing then - I think that class and me fitted perfectly and the freedom we were given was brill - so creative - the play was an unscripted version of Silver Curlew (Eleanor Farjeon's' version of Rumplestiltskin) a beautiflly told story (in Norfolk accent) it was fabulous the children totally threw themselves into it - my parting gift - I left that week to become a deputy head.
Strangely I don't think I ever read it to H & B. I didn't have a copy and never saw one - but bought one some time back - will read it again. Well told children's stories rule!

4th Jan 2011, 13:02