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at 14:32 2 Jul 2020
I thought clubs have to register their playing kits for a whole season?
How were Chelsea able to wear their new 2020/21 kit in last night's game against West Ham?
I know there's been occasions when maybe the last game of the season has been the unveiling of a new kit (whether that's allowable or not, I'm not sure), but several games from the end of the season is unusual, isn't it?
|Willie Thorne RIP|
at 09:00 17 Jun 2020
Very sad news that he died in the early hours of this morning after suffering septic shock
|Our little boy would've been 5 today...|
at 14:07 6 Jun 2020
Happy birthday CT.
Love, Daddy x
(sorry for posting it here, but I know a lot of you have known the background, and it helps me to be able to post in recognition somewhere and I don't like to do it on facebook and suchlike)
|One week home...|
at 14:36 19 May 2020
One Week Home...
I thought I would just take a few moments to give an update, and thank everyone for their thoughts, messages and prayers when Kelly was in hospital with Covid19. It was an extremely worrying and difficult time, not being able to even go and visit her in the hospital. Thankfully, she had improved enough to have been allowed home last Monday evening, so has now been home a week. Her recovery is going well, and she is managing to do bits and pieces to relieve the boredom of resting, without overdoing it, but she does still get tired, which is understandable.
The main thing is, she has her family around her, and we have her back home. :)
You could say 'one week home' has made 'one weak home' much stronger, having her back and recovering!
|Quite like this...|
at 22:16 12 May 2020
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|Update on KJ...|
at 00:05 12 May 2020
And this is the update I've been hoping to be able to give so much, is that Kelly’s home!
We've been and picked her up this evening, so she can continue her recovery at home, as the ct scan that she had this evening was clear, so the injections she'd had to get rid of the blood clots on her lungs had done the trick and am so pleased to say she's out of the woods!
I'm so thankful to the consultant for noticing something not right yesterday when checking her calves, which alerted him to get her to have the chest X-ray and the clots were spotted and dealt with, otherwise it could've been very serious.
Obviously it's going to take a while til full recovery, but she’s just pleased to be able to do so back at home, so she doesn’t pick anything else up being in hospital, and we're obviously delighted to have her home and continue to isolate ourselves to make sure the risk of her being in possible contact with the virus again is minimised.
Thank you again to everyone for the messages of care and support, as they have been a great comfort, and am sure will continue to be as she steps further towards full recovery.
|If Boris can do a daily update, I'm sure you'll forgive mine?|
at 14:54 11 May 2020
After yesterday's disappointing dip, there's a bit more encouragement from this morning's update from KJ...
“Still feel crap but inflammatory markers are coming down now which is good. Still waiting for CT scan which should be today but not been told what time yet, but saw different doc and he said if there’s no blood clots, he’s sending me home so I don’t catch anything else”
Obviously I think that will need to be a case of proceed with caution, and if she is allowed home, continuing to rest etc, and will be hard for Yasmin, and me, wanting to give her big hugs which might not be a good idea!
As yet, she doesn't know yet when the CT scan will be, but feels a step forward from yesterday though!
[Post edited 11 May 14:57]
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