Monthly Archives: June 2010

Time To Shape Up

Image by mickebear via Flickr With one month to go before I head off to Germany to compete at the Gay Games in martial arts, I have come to realise that I need to stop putting off reigning in my … Continue reading

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The Worst Possible News

Image via Wikipedia Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while will know that Caleb, my German Shepherd cross, has been having some medical problems lately & his blood tests are showing a high level of … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Drama Classes for Kids with Aspergers & Autism

When I was growing up as a kid in the 80s, Aspergers wasn’t a diagnosis, I was just a weird, clumsy and shy child who didn’t make friends that easily and never kept the ones I made.  My parents faced … Continue reading

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Update on Caleb

My German Shepherd cross Caleb vomited up blood last Monday night and a follow-up blood test two days later revealed that he had a high red blood cell count which could mean that he has a form of chronic leukemia.  … Continue reading

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Busy, busy, busy

I’m so sorry I have not had time to do a proper blog post but life has gotten insanely busy all of a sudden.  Work is just incredibly busy at the moment and when I get home and think I … Continue reading

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A Urine Test for Autism?

A recent study that has been reported on in the Telegraph has raised the possibility that within 5 years time there could be a simple urine test that will be able to detect autism in children as young as 6 … Continue reading

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