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Published by Fiona Jayne
Married for 27 yrs (2017) to Ian, 3 wonderful boys 25, 20 and 12(2017) I work for the NHS although unfortunately not nursing any more. We live in sunny Whitstable & love it. My family and friends are very important to me; I cherish them all ;-) Whitstable is near to Canterbury, we have a sea view and love being here. We have lived here for 18 years (2015) and previously in Beckenham, near Bromley. We have great friends and neighbours, who are very important to us. I quote.... "Friendship is not about how often or how long you see each other.It's about being there, without being asked; having the much needed words for each other. Never forget yesterday; always live for today because you never know what tomorrow can bring or talk away, instead of worrying about what's wrong in your life focus on what's right in it. Be thankful for everyday you wake up; spend it with ones you love." I trained to be a nurse in Jan 1983 - I loved nursing but have had a back problem that was ongoing. I was redeployed in 2007 to a job in Medical Physics - I am now Administrator to Clinical and Rehabilitation Engineering. It is a very challenging job at times and is very busy. I enjoy it and work with a fabulous bunch of people.I had surgery on my back in 2010, a discectomy and spinal fusion. I am recovered now but left with a numb foot and sensation loss in my leg, but may have to live with this. However, a small price to pay for being pain free. I love coffee with caffeine and all sorts of food - maybe why I am not stick thin, I like some things that maybe I shouldn't- but hey we all have to live. I love coming home in the evening to my family, chilling and spending time with them. Weekends are generally spent with special friends and family socialising and generally enjoying what is good about being alive. My life is my family and friends, who are very precious and we should all learn to appreciate what we have and live one day at a time, because that is soo sooo important. and I try to live day to day - but that can prove very hard sometimes. I love sewing and creating and find it very therapeutic - as I suffer with fibromyalgia, which is very debilitating - sewing helps me to forget about it at times. I really should have started my business years ago - I hope you like what you see and will share with your family and friends Keep smiling and stay positive - dreams do come true! View all posts by Fiona Jayne