Support: given and received. Volunteering rewards us all.

After waking up with a sore head this morning, I have had quite a busy day. Two appointments which were linked to HIV and one that was to do with church and proofreading. News from the clinic There is not much news from the HIV Clinic this morning. I’ve come away with two months’ worth of Eviplera and a bottle of Gaviscon (to assist with the heartburn) and the vampires were back in force. Having not had any blood tests taken last month as I was changing my meds we have had the usual ones done today. So my left … Continue reading Support: given and received. Volunteering rewards us all.

News from The HIV Support Centre

There has been a lot of clearing up and sorting out at The HIV Support Centre in Belfast in recent weeks and months. Through all of this, the services to clients have been maintained. Next week, however, ‘the Centre’ will be closed to the public and to clients as it’s getting a facelift. The painters will be in and I am told that it will be much brighter and airier when it reopens after the Easter break on Wednesday 11 April 2012.   Continue reading News from The HIV Support Centre

from a secret edge to a memorial for living…

I have quite a lot of reading to do for the study that I have begun. For those that don’t know, I’ve started a Law course with The Open University. Today, I submitted the second assignment, but I am digressing… However, A Secret Edge is not part of the required reading for my law course, it is a short novel written by Robin Reardon. At only 19 chapters and 258 pages for me it was easy to read in a morning, well an evening in bed and a morning after finishing the assignment. I’m not going to spoil the story so to … Continue reading from a secret edge to a memorial for living…