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A day trip to London

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Earlier in the month I went down to London with my friend Nicky.
She was working in the morning so we went down about 2pm and I made a lunch for the journey:) We wandered around and had coffee before going to the Adfam 30th birthday celebration and exhibition. Her picture and a brief summary of her story was part of a display to promote awareness of drug and alcohol addiction problems for the families involved, presenting cases as studies rather than numbers. Her story was told more fully in a booklet.
When we got to her picture Eddie Mair was looking at it. Nicky knew he would be there, as he is the patron of Adfam. She recognised his voice and he was thrilled and she got a big hug.
He's a lovely man. Nicky was thrilled too.
It was a very moving event with everyone chatting and sharing experiences.
NB The Hors d'oeuvre were amazing:)
24th Oct 2014, 13:10   | tags:

Twiglet says:

What a wonderful trip! And aren't you looking good too, the purple is you! :)

24th Oct 2014, 17:09

Viv says:

I own the purple! :)

24th Oct 2014, 18:22

MaggieD says:

Lovely healthy lunch (I do like your plates) Agree with Twiglet you are looking good and rocking the purple (my students say it is OK for me to use the phrase 'rocking'). The Jenny Joseph poem is one of my favourites and I shall be rocking the purple in the near future (just a year til my 60th)

Good to hear you had a lovely positive time at the exhibition (is Eddie Mair a giant or is Nicky a 5 footer like me?)

24th Oct 2014, 18:23

Viv says:

Just Tesco plastic :) I try to eat well - control my diabetes as far as possible by diet and a little insulin. And yes Nicky is a little over 5' but not a lot :) It was a very brave thing for them all to do - some quite special people doing amazing things. The thing you realise though is what you see is just the tip of the iceberg! The main point was how addiction affects the family.

25th Oct 2014, 10:51

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