The month of June is coming to a close. June is Lam Awareness month. Sarah from https://www.travelbreatherepeat.com has done an amazing awareness program each year for the month of June. Below is my piece this year. Do go over to her blog and check them out. https://www.travelbreatherepeat.com/physical-therapy-with-lam/ Thank you for reading and following. … Continue reading Lam Awareness
On Saturday I made my way into the city to catch up with a friend who was visiting from Perth, Western Australia. Such a bleak cold Saturday so what does one do apart from staying indoors and keeping warm. We got on a tram and made our way to the MCG - Melbourne Cricket Ground. … Continue reading Fitzroy Gardens and the MCG Melbourne.
After breakfast we boarded our coach to be taken on a tour of Lyon. Our first point of call was this amazing building. A mural of over 30 of Lyons famous figures past and present. The Roman emperor Claudius, who was born here when Lyon was the fortress of Roman Gaul; the pioneer filmmaking Lumière brothers; silk … Continue reading The Painted Walls of Lyon – La Fresque Des Lyonnais
After dinner at Abbaye of Collonges we made our way across the road to our ship to be taken into Lyon. We were to arrive in Lyon around midnight so quite a few of us with drinks in hand stood on the front deck to watch the lights as we meandered to out stop. … Continue reading The lights of Lyon on the Saone and the Rhine
Can you say Lymphangioleiomyomatosis? Let me break it down for you - Lymp -angio -leio- myo -ma - tosis. What a mouth full. Us Lammies and the medical profession call it Lam. So much easier don't you think! What is Lam or Lymphangioleomyomatosis you ask? Here is the link to the Australian Lam organisation. … Continue reading World Wide Lam Awareness Month