That is an inspiring message!
It¹s brilliant that you focus on your world bird website.
I¹m sure other birders join me in wishing you courage and success!
With best wishes from Fleur in Nairobi, Kenya
On 10/13/13 5:50 AM, "John Penhallurick" <> wrote:
> Hi Friends,
> I must apologise in little progress on my website has appeared over the last
> three months. The bulbar-onset motor neruron disease is taking a dreadful
> toll on me. By the start of September, I had lost all ability to produce
> intelligible speech, and 95% of the my swallowing. I had to spend 7 weeks in
> hospital recently, because my inability to swallow liquids led to major bowel
> problems. I eventually had four operations, and had to endure aspirational
> pneumonia. I now get virtually all my food and liquids through a PEG
> (percutaneous endoscopic gastronomy).. Simply walking past any shop selling or
> serving food is a form of torture. I am working flat-out to get my new family
> List implemented. I'll keep going for as long as I can.
> Dr John Penhallurick
> 86 Bingley Cres
> Fraser A.C.T. 2615
> Phone: Home (612) 62585428
> sunt lacrimae rerum et mentem mortalia tangunt Aeneid Book 1,line 462 "The
> world is a world of tears, and the burdens of mortality touch the heart."
> Magna est veritas et praevalet Vulgate, Book of Edras
> The legitimate object of gove rnment is to do for a community of people
> whatever they need to have done, but can not do at all, or can not so well do,
> for themselvesin their separate, and individual capacities. Abraham Lincoln
> "It's good to look beyond the bounds of accepted ideas" James
> Peebles,Princeton University
> Please visit my website: http://www.worldbirdinfo.net
> Please visit my blog:
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