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Injections, sick buckets and exhaustion: Mum of two shares harrowing pictures showing the brutal reality of life with cancerSuccessful company director Ruth Naylor says: “When I’m in my hospital gown, I’m no different to anyone else just another woman desperate not to die”Rosa McMahon08:45, 27 OCT 2017Updated18:47, 27 OCT 2017Ruth Naylor lies slumped in bed, with a red bucket and a paper roll on the floor beside her (Image: PA Real Life) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailUtterly exhausted, mum of two Ruth Naylor lies slumped in bed, with a red bucket and a paper roll on the floor beside her.This candid picture is one of several released by the successful company director showing the horrific reality of living with cancer.In two other images, she can be seen holding her head in her hands while undergoing treatment and waiting to see her consultant.And in a fourth, she is pictured preparing to enter an PET scanner.Ruth who ‘on paper, has it all’ hopes that the pictures charting her gruelling cancer treatment show that having the disease is a great leveller.Woman with ‘breast cancer gene’ left with gaping wounds after double mastectomy goes horribly wrongThe 32 year old, from Greater Manchester, was diagnosed with a rare form of Hodgkin lymphoma cancer of the lymphatic system two months ago.She said: “On paper, I have it all. A beautiful home we built ourselves, two gorgeous children and a brilliant career.”But, after a cancer diagnosis, instantly, you are faced with losing everything and your perspective of everything changes.”I think we’re obsessed with portraying a perfect persona, but cancer really teaches you humility.”When I’m in my hospital gown, I’m no different to anyone else.”Just another woman desperate not to die.”Deadly superbug MRSA that is resistant to antibiotics is now spreading outside hospitalsRuth, who lives in Hale, first saw the doctor in August after suffering from flu like symptoms and shortness of breath for eight weeks.At first, she had blamed her exhaustion on her busy life.She was working full time and looking after her kids, Eva, four, and two year old Oscar, following a recent split from her accountant husband.”I’d seen the doctor a fair bit with my children, so, as soon as I went in there she could tell I wasn’t right,” continued Ruth.
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Mum of two sets up shoebox appeal in bid to make sure no Scots child goes without a present this ChristmasJULIE Griffin, 47, was so moved by the plight of poor children that she launched the appeal in a bid to ensure needy kids in Scotland receive Christmas presents this year.10:33, 12 NOV 2014Julie Griffin with some of the lovingly put together shoeboxes

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IN one shoebox there’s a chocolate Santa, a doll, colouring pens, a bracelet, skipping rope and hairclips.

Another contains candy canes, a teddy, stickers, gloves, toy cars and a hairbrush.

The boxes are among thousands that will be going to needy kids in Scotland this Christmas after a mum launched an appeal that touched people’s hearts.

Single mum of two Julie Griffin was so moved by the plight of poor children that she set up Facebook page Glasgow’s Spirit of Christmas.

And now a second page has been launched in Fife.

In two weeks, more than 9000 people have joined the campaign to spread cheer across the nation.

And Julie, 47, wants to encourage others to get involved in their communities too.

“People are wanting to help others in their communities and that’s the real spirit of Christmas,” she said.

“I might have started this but it’s taken off and touched the hearts and minds of people and now it’s about everyone who’s got involved.”

Julie, from Newton Mearns, near Glasgow, is mum to Zack, 13, and Jacob, 10, who is autistic.

She said: “I know what it’s like to find certain times difficult but we’re fortunate really and not everyone is in that situation.

“It only takes something to happen to change circumstances very quickly and make it more for parents to manage.”

Julie was moved to tears when reading a newspaper report about the plight of a family facing up to a Christmas Day with no presents and no hot meal.

She said: “I think parents do an amazing job and do as much as they can for their children but there are children who don’t get very much or nothing at all.

“Sometimes the choice if whether they eat or heating or gifts.”

So Julie decided to do something about it.

She said: “I thought we’d get 50 gifts, maybe 100 if we worked really hard. I’ve been overwhelmed by the response.

“I also thought it was a wonderful opportunity to include children in the spirit of giving.

“It’s a great way to involve them in putting things together and show them how fortunate they are.”

The donations of toys and treats that are coming in will be given to a number of local charities who will then distribute to needy kids up to the age of 16.
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How often do you cause something that another does NOT experience easily? And when that does happen, what kind of other effects are you left with? You usually have upsets, some of which may linger for some time.

Step back and reflect for a few seconds. If you saw completely eye to eye with “cause only those things which others are able to experience easily”, you could virtually eliminate all upsets from your life.

Some people think that upsets are a “fact of life” and that every marriage has them. Well, so far that’s very true. They indeed are a fact of life. But you could go very far in reducing the number of upsets by applying just one principle: “cause only those things which others are able to experience easily.”

Next time you find yourself in a situation where your next action or your next communication is NOT going to be experienced easily, CHANGE the action, CHANGE the communication to something that CAN be experienced easily.

This principle may sound very, very simple. And indeed it is. But it is also very powerful.

Which brings us to rule 1: “Be able to experience anything.”

This principle doesn’t really leave much for interpretation, does it? Anything means anything! So whatever comes your way, be able to experience it.

If your wife comes up to you and tells you she just overdrew the checking account, BE ABLE TO EXPERIENCE that.

In this one example,
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we have the wife causing something that the husband might not experience very easily. But instead of the husband going into a major tirade, he decides that he is ABLE TO EXPERIENCE it. This situation has definite potential for causing an upset, an upset that might affect the overall condition of the marriage. But one person stepped up and applied one of the two rules for happy living.

Now, if BOTH partners were working earnestly on applying BOTH rules for happy living, we would indeed have a much happier marriage.

Use these two rules to the best of your ability. You will find every one of your relationships improving daily!

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The Diocese has announced that two priests, Father David Poulson, 64, and Father Sean Kerins, 27, have been removed from the Erie Catholic Diocese. According to a memo from the Diocese, the two have been “prohibited from any public ministry, as well as from any contact with minors”.

They tell us the situations are unrelated. In the case of Poulson, who was the pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Cambridge Springs, the Diocese received what they said they believe “to be credible allegations against [him] regarding the sexual abuse of minors”. A preliminary independent investigation is ongoing and the matter has been “turned over to law enforcement”. Monsignor Robert Brugger, former pastor of Saint Anthony Parish, will take over Poulson parish, effective immediately”.

In the case involving Father Sean Kerins, Chaplain at Kennedy Catholic High School in Hermitage and Church of the Good Shepherd Parish in West Middlesex, Kerins allegedly inappropriately texted a student at Kennedy. Law enforcement has been informed and a preliminary independent investigation is complete. After the findings of the investigation, the Diocese concluded that the text messages were, in fact, inappropriate according to diocesan and school standards. Kerins has been removed and ordered to have no contact with minors while law enforcement conducts their own investigation.

Professional counselors are available to the children at the school today.

In a letter to KCHS families, Father Jason Glover, President, said, “As painful as the news is, we took swift and decisive action in this matter. We are committed to maintaining your trust in the Kennedy Catholic Family of Schools and its commitment to the safety and well being of our students”.

Reverand Lawrence T. Persico, Bishop of Erie, said he was shocked and disappointed, saying, “my heart aches for the victims and their families. Priests are rightly held to a high standard, so it was especially devastating for me to learn of both situations. I know all Catholics, including our priests, are deeply wounded by this behavior”.
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Two high school treasurers. Two theft allegations. Two very different outcomes.

In August 2015, police accused Cathleen Spring, the former treasurer of Bak Middle School of the Arts, of stealing $66,000 from her school. But after mulling the case for a year, prosecutors declined to press charges. She resigned and walked away a free woman.

Less than a year later, police accused Terri Miller, the former treasurer of Palm Beach Gardens High School, of stealing $7,200 from her school. This time prosecutors decided to charge, and Miller ended up in jail.

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It’s a contrast that has educators across Palm Beach County scratching their heads since the outcome of the Bak Middle School case came to light this month.

Many teachers and parents were shocked by the news that State Attorney Dave Aronberg opted not to charge Spring. Not only had school district police concluded that she stole more than $66,000 from the school safe over three years, they said she admitted to signing the principal name on a check and charging personal expenses to a school credit card, according to police documents.

“Either the Palm Beach County State Attorney Office needs seeing eye dogs trained in forensic accounting, or Spring is very well connected,” William Fay, a former principal of Banyan Creek Elementary, wrote this month in a Palm Beach Post letter to the editor.

In dismissing the evidence against Spring as “circumstantial,” the State Attorney’s Office wrote in September that it would be difficult to prove the detective’s conclusion that Spring stole the $66,000 in school money that vanished from the school safe.

State Attorney Dave Aronberg decided not to charge Spring last year but pressed charges against Miller. His spokesman declined to discuss the cases. (Bruce R. Bennett / The Palm Beach Post)

“In essence, the state would have to prove a negative, that no one else but Cathleen Spring could have stolen the money, Assistant State Attorney Timothy Beckwith wrote in a memo explaining why the office wouldn’t prosecute the case.

What Beckwith didn’t mention is that according to police Spring had admitted to other acts: signingthe principal’s nameon a $7,
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433 check and using a school credit card to buy two pairs of boots and to cover part of the cost of her son’s airfare.

For reasons that aren’t clear, those alleged deeds, and the fact that there was direct evidence documenting them, were omitted from Beckwith’s memo.

That omission makes it impossible to know why prosecutors chose not to pursue criminal charges with regard to police findings regarding the check signature or the credit card purchases.

A spokesman for Aronberg declined to answer questions about the two cases or to address the differing outcomes.

“We never compare cases,” spokesman Mike Edmondson said.

An attorney for Spring did not respond to a request for comment.

But prosecutors’ decision to go ahead and charge Miller raises questions about the basis of each charging decision.

Like Spring, Miller admitted to police that she used a school credit card to make personal purchases, police reports show.

In both cases, the same school district police detective, Kevin McCoy, concluded that the treasurers’ use of school credit cards for personal expenses amounted to grand theft, a felony, according to police documents. McCoy did not respond to a request for comment. Detectives say she also used the school credit card to cover $90 in airline costs for her son to travel to New York, then used money from the school’s visual arts department to cover it.

Miller was accused by police of running up $7,200 in personal charges on the school’s Costco and Sam’s Club cards, then using money from the school’s JROTC program to cover the expenses.

An excerpt from a school district police report shows how Spring boots purchases were discovered.

Unlike Spring, Miller made some efforts to repay some of the money, records show.

Spring’s boots purchases came to light only after a detective, investigating the money that vanished from the school safe, noticed one of the pairs of boots in her office, according to a police report.

Detectives obtained messages exchanged between Spring and Amazon that showed that Spring used the school credit card after her personal card was rejected, records show. Amazon then sent her two pairs of boots in the same delivery.

Confronted with the pair found in her office, police say she claimed that she was planning to return they since they had been purchased with the school credit card. She insisted it was the only pair she had received.

That when the detective told her then that records from Amazon showed she had received two pairs. Spring then admitted to having the second pair at home, police say.

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WASHINGTON Any parent who has tried to keep a quickly growing child in properly fitting shoes understands how challenging that can be the challenge is far greater for a parent who can afford to buy a single pair.

A sandal that is intended to expand five sizes, and last a child five years, The Shoe That Grows is the invention of a charity organization, Because International,which is hoping to improve the lives of people in impoverished countries.

While walking to church one day, he noticed a girl in a white dress whose shoes were way too small for her feet. He noticed other children had ill fitting footwear, too.

Lee wondered, it be great if there was a shoe that could adjust and expand so that kids always had a pair of shoes that fit? shoe comes in two sizes: Small and Large. Each size grows five sizes and typically lasts at least five years, according to the group website. Small would fit most children from kindergarten through 4th grade, while Large would fit grades 5 9.

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An individual pair of sandals costs $30, but the group is appealing to churches, mission organizations, and businesses to send or carry shipments of sandals to needy people. For 10 pairs, the shoes cost $20 per pair, and for 100 pair they cost $12 per pair.
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A spokesman for the military has confirmed that two members of the Royal Canadian Navy were involved in a confrontation at an indigenous ceremony in Halifax on Canada Day.

The group of men were clad inblack polo shirts with yellow piping one of them carrying a Red Ensign Flag as they approached singing God Save the Queen, said Moore.

The Canadian Red Ensign, which bears the Union Jack in the corner, was the national flag until it was replaced by theMaple Leaf design in 1965.

Moore said ChiefGrizzly Mamma was in the middle of prayer when the men started approaching.

we in ceremony, we still being oppressed, said in an interview Monday. were mourning for all of our people that have died and they came to disrespect us and dishonour us. video of the incident shows viewers at the event engaging in a brief discussion with the men, during which one of them says they are recognizing Canada heritage as a British colony.

Asked if the group is associated with an organization, one of the men says, Proud Boys, Martime chapter. Proud Boys Canadian Chapters Facebook page says they are fraternal organization of Western Chauvinists who will no longer apologize for creating the modern world and do not discriminate on the basis of race or sexuality.

The page shared a link to a CBC article about Saturday incident with the caption: and yellow polo shirts resisting the disrespect to General Cornwallis. MacNeil, who witnessed the interaction, said the men kept their voices down as the ceremony continued and left after about 10 minutes with little incident.

National Defence spokesman Daniel LeBouthillier said two members of the Royal Canadian Navy have been linked to the incident, but couldn say which two.

strength of the Defence Team stems from the diversity of our members, underscoring the importance that EVERY person be treated with respect, LeBouthillier said in an email. are quite seized by the matter and are looking into this further. spokesperson for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said he has been made aware of the claim and his office is following it closely.
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Two mums reveal why they keep their babies’ wardrobes up to date with stylish clothesA STUDY carried out by Marks Spencer and Oxfam found that parents spend on average 327 on the most fashionable clothes in the first year of their baby’s life.00:01, 2 NOV 2012Updated10:25, 9 NOV 2012Vicki McAllister from Elderslie with her seven week old daughter Millie

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FORGET scruffy hand me downs and home knits. The average baby now wears brand new clothes and has a whopping 56 outfits.

Our tots, it seems, rival celebrity kids such as Harper Beckham and Suri Cruise in the style stakes.

A study by Marks Spencer and Oxfam found that in the first year of their baby’s life, parents spend an average on stylish clothes for their little one. Two out of three parents wouldn’t dream of dressing their children in ‘unfashionable’ gifts and two in five would reject hand me downs.

It means that in many families, baby has more clothes than mum has in her closet.

We tracked down two mums whose babies’ wardrobes boast 56 plus outfits to find out how they ended up with so many and to ask, do they really need them?

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MAREE YOUNG, 31, is mum to seven month old daughter Baillie.

She says Baillie had at least 80 outfits when she was born and 40 pairs of shoes. Most of them were gifts and Maree added she’s been staggered by the generosity of friends and family.

She said: “We did our thank you cards a couple of months ago and we wrote 130 at least 80 of those were wee outfits for Baillie. We only had to buy her essentials,
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like little babygrows, as we got given so much.”

Teacher Maree and husband Craig, an Inland Revenue worker, live in Armadale, West Lothian.

She admits that she’d like to maintain her daughter’s extensive wardrobe.

Baby Bailey and mum, Maree Young

She said: “Dressing Baillie nicely is hugely important to me. When the gifts run out, I’d like her to still have this amount of wee outfits in her wardrobe.

“I know it can be expensive but I’ll pick things up as we go along and top up her wardrobe in Christmas sales or second hand sales.”

Luckily, Maree has hardly had to spend a penny so far.

She said: “We spent money on furniture for the nursery and bottles, all these kinds of things, but we’ve been so lucky with gifts that this is literally the first month I’ve had to go out and buy her clothes.

“But then we have Christmas coming up and her birthday is in April, so I won’t really have to buy her much until she’s almost two.”

Maree admitted some of Baillie’s gifts weren’t to her taste. She said: “I did exchange some of the gifts, although that was partly because we got quite a few doubles.

“People tend to go to the usual shops Mothercare,
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Debenhams and Next to buy baby clothes.

“I do prefer these good quality shops. I find the cheaper ones or supermarket brands go bobbly and are ready for the bin after one wash.”