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I am the youngest in my family. I am registered epileptic despite I have not had a fit for over a year now.

I used to attend to a local group for people that are epileptic once every first Thursday in the month. But sadly this group closed down.

My mother is bed bound 24/7 52 weeks a year. She is ill. I have an elder brother who does not live near us but he tries to get here as & when he can.

I have reunited with an old school friend who is slightly older than me. She is epileptic too. She (cuddle face) Julie & I will hope to see more of each other in the year 2021 or once the various has gone. Julie & I are about the same height so we can reach each other when it comes to us kissing.

I have been thinking about my future when my mother passes away. I want to stay here in Nottingham in a warden aided block & not live with my brother & family in Solihull.

Have a Happy Christmas & a Happy New Year to you all.

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