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Sally Callow (ME Foggy Dog)
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Foggy's World Tour 2014-15!!
Foggy's World Tour 2014-15!!

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It's not exactly been 'restful'!
Hello! Foggy is enjoying his well-earned break in Foggy HQ and while he is snoring I thought I'd write this blog to tell you how I have been health-wise to since the last campaign ended. My 'vertigo' lasted 3 and a half months before it was finally diagnose...

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Clarity
Hi! I just feel the need to clear up some confusion. Foggy's campaigning finished yesterday. However, his 'Wrap Party', otherwise known as Canada Day was last night. Due to the time difference, photos haven't been received yet. I should get some really good...

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Ouch
Hi, Throughout Foggy's life I have made a point of saying I am lucky enough to not suffer from M.E chronic pain. However, things have started to change over the past 3 months. I am currently undergoing tests and physio to try to deal with an extremely painf...

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Plea
Hello, There are now just 3 days to go until Foggy's Wrap Party (AKA Canada Day). Foggy is very upset that only around £30 has been raised in the past month (excluding the donation from his Canadian sitters). He has done so much fun sporty stuff in that tim...

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'Foggy DOES Sport' Photograph Competition!
Hi, It's that time of the campaign again. As with 'Foggy's World Tour', I have chosen my favourite photographs for you to choose the best overall winner from. I haven't stuck to one per continent but simply chosen the ones that made me laugh out loud. There...

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Raising Awareness
Hello, I have been pondering why M.E doesn't have celebrity advocates like other illnesses do. Every charity has ambassadors that do their utmost to raise the profile of the charity at every given opportunity. I remember, when I was doing the last campaign ...

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Building a family
Hi,  This blog will hopefully address the issue of M.E sufferers bearing children. Let me begin by saying that I consider myself to be exceptionally lucky; I have never had a maternal bone in my body and so having M.E is not a deciding factor in whether I h...

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Describing the Indescribable
Hi, I have woken up feeling very M.E'y. While I am feeling IT I am going to try my best to describe what IT feels like. In today's case, IT is extreme fatigue and disequilibrium. The combination is definitely a bit of a mind blower in terms of adjectives! M...

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M.E and Me - Ryn's guest blog.
Hello, Before M.E I had a challenging career I loved, socialised regularly with family & friends, rode my pushbike & rambled miles for fun, played a very hands-on role with my grandchildren, rarely sat down to watch t.v preferring to garden, clean the car o...

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Newly diagnosed
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