I know I’m legendary for leaving long periods between blogs, but this time there was good reason. 2015 is one year Pam and I were glad to see the back of!
After saying good bye to Meg, we then had Mike’s death to deal with. His funeral was especially traumatic, so the next day we went to Cannock Chase for a bike ride and to begin my ease down to the London ride. This ended in disaster with Pam having an unscheduled trip in an ambulance and seven months off work. We probably now know more about nerve damage recovery, MCP structure and alternative therapies than most GPs.
I did eventually ride the Prudential London Surrey 100 mile bike ride and what a fantastic day it was. So, good that I’m doing it again this year! I didn’t get a place through the ballot and will instead be riding for Children With Cancer UK. We chose this charity due to Pam‘s work - teaching children with cancer in their own homes when they are unable to attend school. I hope to complete the ride in memory of one very special young lady and will make details public once we’ve had chance to speak to her family.
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