Monthly Archives: July 2013

Tell me a story…

We went to see a wonderful film the other night, Stories We Tell by Canadian actor and director Sarah Polley.  It had been recommended by friends who know how two of our children were conceived but they failed to mention … Continue reading

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Let’s embrace the future…it looks exciting

This afternoon Walter and I are going to be seeing yet another couple with donor conceived adult children who have not yet been told about their start in life.  We don’t know the particular circumstances of this family but I … Continue reading

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Even more thoughts on ‘difference’

Sorry if any of you have been looking out for a new post from me – although really it’s too hot here in London and over most of the UK to be bothered to do anything – but I’m completely … Continue reading

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The benefits and pleasures of helping others

It could not have been a more delightful evening…cruising down the Thames in the evening sunshine in the company of around 100 people invited to celebrate the ten years since the organisations Child and Issue merged to become Infertility Network … Continue reading

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Saying goodbye

Had a wonderful week in the sun in France but have come back to friends, neighbours and family members struggling with lots of loss – marriages, jobs, a much loved wife, sanity…all of which puts me in mind of the … Continue reading

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