Heads? Or Tails? – my January 2014 update

 In Gill's Blog

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Life can turn on a flip of a coin.  Heads up; tails down.  Well, my coin fell tails down on 13 January 2014.  As part of a treatment for a newly diagnosed condition I had a massive adverse reaction to the drugs prescribed and my life flipped out of control.

I have had a privileged life to date and I am grateful for nearly 20 years of never letting clients down due to ill-health.  As a result of this escapade, however, I regret I have had to let people down and I am very grateful for the magnificent way everyone has responded.  My thanks goes to colleagues on the circuit for stepping in at short notice to fulfil some of my commitments.

I have just left hospital, having responded well to treatment and I will be back out to see you all in due course – us northern girls have the constitution of an ox!

Please forgive my extended period of rest and recuperation and remember Sue can help you in the meanwhile.  I am sure I will be right as rain soon.

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