Posted: 04/02/2015 at 12:42
Hi All, TP that sounds odd re your Mum. I sometimes have those with my Mum but put that down to her being a widow and spending too much time on her own, plus she is disabled, and her local support netowrk is not as good as it used to be since they are all aging (dying too) and my aunt has problems with my uncle who has dementia.
TP sometimes infections, especially bladder infection, can trigger a strange mental response.
Don't want to be alarmist but it could also be a brain/dementia thing. Sounds a lot like my uncle. Dementia can cause aggression, mood swings, highly emotional responses to things.
I do hope everything is OK and it was just a bit of a 'moment'.
Elspeth, what am I not selling? The NP
Tricialitt, it is good to hear about the training weekends. As a mainly solo runner who still lacks confidence i always shy away from these things because I worry about pace and distance. Couldn't have done the one last week though cos my mileage not there: only did 14 for my long run at the weekend.
The concert is confirmed. It will be at Killearn Church/village hall on Sunday 29th March at 3pm. The tickets are £12 and will include an entry into a raffle. I think Katherine is going to title it 'A Harp Odyssey'. Tickets will be through paypal once we have it set up, or cash/cheque/online banking. More info in due course.