Meeting the EpiPen

This past two weeks have felt completely surreal. Having thought I may just have scraped through the exertion of two recent eye tests, one exceedingly protracted and inaccessible one. Which however hard I tried to organise couldn't be done at home. (Next time, believe me, they will be.) And hoping I may have just got … Continue reading Meeting the EpiPen

Distraction from Lockdown

I often look at the title of my blog and think about "what is it I'm trying to convey?" And am I achieving it. Don't answer that! Lol! For many early MEcfs years I couldn't use technology of any kind. My brain couldn't cope with the challenge, nor my eyes cope with the visual gymnastics … Continue reading Distraction from Lockdown