Monthly Archives: December 2010

CI is for life, not just for Christmas.

Two months on, life as a cyborg is good, but I’ve had moments when I felt my CI behaved like a jelly tot stuck to my head. A CI is for life, you cannot ask for a receipt and take … Continue reading

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It’s a mad, mad, mad world out there

The other day I bumped into a former colleague who is, shall we say, a generation younger than I am. We had a little chat – as  you do – and I told her about my new CI, and explained … Continue reading

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Evolving English

Funnyoldlife and I went to the British Library the other week to have a look at their new Evolving English exhibition – a history of the English language as she is spoke and wrote. I think my verdict on the exhibition … Continue reading

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O Tidings of Comfort and Joy!!

After my last blog post I toddled off to bed. And something happened, which would have been perfect to include in the post I’d just written. There was some music emanating from the direction of the DAB radio/CD player in … Continue reading

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Snow noise and crackling stoves

Another wee blurb from the C.I ear in Innellan. Written some time in the early days of December. Its bleeding cold and there is snow on the ground, mostly ice now. We haven’t had much snow at all compared to the east coast of … Continue reading

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Can’t see

Tonight was so hard to listen-even though it was just us( me and hubby). The volume control, for the first time, has been turned to the lowest twist and I’m still hearing to much. My tinnitus the buzzing, ticking, tonal droning, squeaky noise endless … Continue reading

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Sounds of winter

I’ve got a fairly big blog post coming up shortly, but for now . . . here’s a miscellany of new sounds. We haven’t had THAT much snow recently, unlike some parts of the UK, but more is on its … Continue reading

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