Wow Ted! What a great shopping experience Also prefer shopping to vaccum cleaning of course get your point that more exhausting for sure - just joking...but fortunately I have my daily super automatic help: my dear I-robot friend Roomba (can only recommend it!) and once a week a cleaning lady.fiddler wrote:Yesterday I did all the shopping at the market... myself... and without a cane, the first time I've been willing to take that chance since sometime last summer, I think. In the afternoon I vacuumed the apartment and after that was tired and my arms felt like they're filled with lead. Continuing, small repetitive motions still seem to tire me out extraordinarily quickly... guess I'll have to leave the apartment cleaning to my wife a while longer!
Yes, brightspot, I'd be happy to work with someone who would like to begin organizing a walk across Canada to raise awareness for CCSVI. Perhaps this could be part of an international network of CCSVI walks, but there's no reason why we couldn't start planning this independently of any other walks going on elsewhere.
Hi BN458 - if its Poland Katowice Euromedic team: the hotel they will book for you and the flight you can only book (yourself) once they gave you the precise dates - Marta generally sends an e-mail start of the month before the month you're scheduled (in my case was informed first week April for end May). Generally the minimum journey is around 6 days/5nights, but some come a bit earlier or stay longer also due to travel arrangements.BN458 wrote:Good luck and please keep me posted. I heard last week by email from Poland that I was accepted for sometime in July or August. Any advice on travel arrangements/hotels/how long to book for? Thanks.
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