And brookie your gp sounds helpful which is great.
Good luck jg with your mum!
i survived today. I was out my comfort zone as it was a commercial court matter and it was one of the hearings which are peculiar to that type of court so I had a panicked moment when the judge asked some stuff I hadn't anticipated. All procedural and not hard but if it's not your normal case type you can't be sure what the normal answers would be! Thankfully very nice chap in a conjoined case came to my rescue and made some suggestions for his case which I gleefully adopted for mine! I know that's gobbledygook probably!
Oh TT that's awful. I would be in bits. I've just been reading about the funeral of a 12 year old girl in Edinburgh - a wall collapsed on her in her school as she changed for gym. It's the school that's local to my mum and dad so it's very near and I've been howling.
Having a nervous moment. Doing my first court appearance before a judge tomorrow ;as opposed to a sheriff). Judges are seriously intelligent people. Very scared of being found out as an imposter!! Claim is worth £850k so I cannot afford to f£@* it up!!