It has meant so much as this explains.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

I had plans tonight… work to do, jobs and people to catch up with… then the phone rang and I have done little since… my son had a lot to say.

Nick made the news section of the website UKABIF, the brain injury charity for which he is raising funds by riding in the Para-Tri triathlon.


I wouldn’t have known, but I wanted to share a link to their website as they had a documentary embedded there, ‘Me and my new brain’, from the BBC. It is available for another two weeks on BBC iPlayer, by clicking the highlighted link.

Nick had watched it and it had moved him deeply as he recognised so much of the young woman’s journey. In particular, he told me of a moment when she had been asked what, after brain injury, she finds awkward. “Everything,” she had said… and listening to Nick talk, I…

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2 thoughts on “Headlines…

  1. Thanks, Diana. I’ll reblog Sue’s blog as soon as she publishes it. Her son has made almost unbelievable progress, and is extremely heroic in his efforts to overcome his tremendous handicaps caused by injury. She has every right to be extremely proud of him.


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