Tag: USHFamily Blog

Changes (part 4)

Final in a series of blog post written by Lynne Morris…  I have been back to the hospital many times since diagnosis. In 2010, I had to have cataract surgery for both eyes.  Not at the same time obviously! I was the youngest patient, when I went for the first eye.  I was so nervous… Read more »

Changes (part three)

Part three in a series of blog post written by Lynne Morris… I couldn’t really talk to my brother who was diagnosed alongside me. We both reacted differently.  We were both at different stages in our lives.  He was still living at home, therefore, didn’t have the same responsibilities that I had to take care… Read more »

Changes (part two)

Part two in a series of blog post written by Lynne Morris… I could have had one last blast in the car and driven home from my nan’s where I’d left it parked.  However, after a very long and serious discussion with my parents, it was decided it wasn’t worth the risk.  What if I… Read more »

Conquering the mountain. (part four)

Final post of four in a series of  blog posts written by Deborah King of how she conquered Mt Kilimanjaro this year despite the challenges she faced along the way due to Usher syndrome. I knew I should have begged Gavin to let me pay for a helicopter down, he didn’t seem to think it… Read more »

Conquering the Mountain. (part three)

Part three of four in a series of  blog posts written by Deborah King of how she conquered Mt Kilimanjaro this year despite the challenges she faced along the way due to Usher syndrome. Night 4 – After two hours of shivering in our sleeping bags and getting very little sleep, we were up at… Read more »

Conquering the Mountain. (part two)

Part two of four in a series of blog posts written by Deborah King of how she conquered Mt Kilimanjaro this year despite the challenges she faced along the way due to Usher syndrome. Day 3 – It was a little chilly this morning but a t-shirt and jumper was fine to keep us warm enough.… Read more »

Conquering the mountain. (Part one)

Part one of four in a series of blog posts written by Deborah King of how she conquered Mt Kilimanjaro this year despite the challenges she faced along the way due to Usher syndrome. Honeymoons are meant to be relaxing, right? Well I don’t think my husband likes to relax, in fact I don’t even… Read more »