1.57am

pete and kez (son and dil) came round for an hour on friday after the ultrasound scan. all is looking good. the only slight concern is that the placenta isn’t in a good position. kez will therefore have another scan week 34, and if it’s still in a bad position another scan week 38 to decide if she will have to have a caesarian. (i didn’t know the placenta could move!). but all looks well with the baby and predictions are that it’s a boy. very exciting. james is now the front runner for names. this has put me in a good mood.

i have read another diane chamberlain novel -the lies we told, which was good. and i’ve ordered a couple of books on neuro linguistic programming. they were recommended by someone on the depression alliance web site that i use. i’ve also asked for some information on how to set up a depression support group as there are no support services that i can get to from where i live. i’m not sure if i could actually organise a group but i’ll look into it.

what sort of support do you find helpful for depression?

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About lyndaanning

born in leith, near Edinburgh, Scotland in 1961. i have one son Peter, born 1978. I am the author of Dreams of Death, a short general fiction novel published by Chipmunkapublishing.
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