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July 7th 2016
03:39:27 PM
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Christine Booth

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Hello Helen! Happy Birthday! I have lost track of your e-mail address - and I posted your card in the normal post last night but missed the last collection (!), so it will be late. Sorry! It would be great to catch up. Let\'s talk soon. I hope all is well. I am interested to see your art work.....will peruse your web site a bit more now. Lots of love. Christine. X
P.S. Can you send me your e-mail address please?

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November 16th 2011
01:03:02 AM
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Robin Aveling

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Hi Little sister!

Looking for photos and found this. Great to get together recently.

Love your site.

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January 28th 2010
04:15:23 PM
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Dr Ni Smith

Where did you hear about this site?  

via Jane Stemp Wickenden

Your message:  

I love the site. I'm interested in staging an author event to do with 'Unseen Childhoods' in Bath in early in March. Is that possible?

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September 22nd 2006
09:32:35 PM
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Helen Bousfield (GO)

Where did you hear about this site?  

GO list

Your message:  

Hi Helen,

Thanks for your website and a small insight to you

I enjoyed the self image thoughts...and can understand some of it with my own, very different difficulties of diagnosed mental health problems.

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April 8th 2006
03:46:00 PM
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Kimberley Barker

Where did you hear about this site?  

Friends Reunited

Your message:  

Hi Helen

Fabulous website. I can so identify with some of your experiences. Why oh why is there so much focus on 'walking' My life was made so much easier when I started at Delarue,and obtained my first wheelchair.

It's great to hear that you are now settled in Kent and happier there than you were in Milton Keynes.

I enjoy life in MK, but I am lucky enough to live independantly in a JGHA with minimal care needs though if they become more prominent - I will use the Direct Payments Scheme.

Have changed my name back to Barker - see friends reunited or contact me for further details.

Hope you are well,
take care

Kimberley Barker

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March 30th 2006
05:21:44 PM
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NORMAN RHODES

Where did you hear about this site?  

FRIENDS REUNITED

Your message:  

Hi Helen,
Great site!!
The bit about the doc made me smile as I've had similar experiences. It wasn't until we settled in Yorkshire that I found a GP who felt that his/her aim in life was to get me on my feet! I gave up on crutches just before we got married and my new GP said it made sense and that I shouldn't feel guilty about it. Others had made me feel that my soul aim in life shuld be to walk. Once in uni days I went to hospital with a terrible shoulder injury and all the doc was interested in was leg surgery! Anyway I don't like standing up as Eleanor is so much taller!
Love from us both,
N & E xx

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June 1st 2004
09:57:27 AM
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Helen

Where did you hear about this site?  

I built it!

Your message:  

I have added another question to the guestbook and hope that new visitors will use it to let me know where they found out about this site.

Thanks a lot for visiting.

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May 31st 2004
11:33:44 PM
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Kira

Your message:  

I have a leg brace

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March 16th 2003
06:48:41 AM
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Sally Odgers

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Hi, Helen!

Nice to "meet" the author of "The Last Robot". I like your site... very easy to navigate.

Sallyo.

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September 18th 2002
12:58:22 PM
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Kait Bessing

Your message:  

Hello Helen! I like what you write in the Self-Image bit. I too find it difficult to handle that concept of being "brave" just because I go about my ordinary life like everyone else. And if I show my irritation, people are terribly hurt. They just don't get the point. They mean it as a compliment.

But I always hear the phrase "for a blind person" tacked on to their sentences. Like "You're terribly clever... for a blind person"... etc.

Oh well. At least websites like yours make some inroads.

Good luck!

   
September 17th 2002
02:16:40 AM
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Janferie Westwood

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I really like your additions (17-09-2002)! I can definitely empathise with most of what you say.
Janferie

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September 1st 2002
11:27:50 PM
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Janferie Westwood

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Hi Helen!
Interesting site. Mind you it made me envious! There is very little support for disabled people here. You just have to do your own thing.
Janferie.

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August 31st 2002
03:22:45 AM
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Gill

Your message:  

Dittos Claire. Good site

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August 30th 2002
12:56:05 PM
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Claire

Your message:  

Hi Helen

Just checking to make sure this message bit works. I'll email my comments later.

Claire

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August 23rd 2002
01:03:48 PM
Your name:  

Helen

Your message:  

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