Thursday, 18 October 2012

Catching up.

Not much happening over the past couple of days. Kieran had his parents evening. not sure what is happening about him taking GCSE's. Special schools work differently to main stream. This is something that needs looking into further. He still wants to study catering at college, I am going to take him along to the college to have a look around and get more information about the curriculum.

Kieran is doing very well with his school work. I am so proud of him. There is still no news of the assault that happened on the bus. I see the Herald (Our local paper)  have featured it today. The guy can't be very far away.

I had a toast to my lovely friend, Kathy yesterday, she had her last lot of chemo and we promised ourselves a cyber drink. I had a bud for my chemo buddy : )

Yesterday was a year since our lovely Ronny fell asleep, time has gone by so quickly. Thoughts were with her family yesterday as they got together to remember her.

A TEENAGE boy was assaulted when he got off a bus.
This is the article from the paper.
The 14-year-old – who police have described as vulnerable – was kicked three times and punched once in the head.
Police are now appealing for witnesses to come forward.
And today, officers released a CCTV still of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the incident which happened near the Longcause school in Plympton St Maurice on September 25.
The boy was travelling on the 22 bus but when he got off he was attacked by an adult.
Police say the young boy has been left very distressed and frightened by the incident.
He described his alleged attacker as having a mole on his right cheek and a "twitchy" eye. It is hoped the man shown, who is understood to use the same bus service travelling from Lipson Vale to Errill Retail Park on a regular basis, has key information which could assist the police with their investigation.
If you recognise him or have information about the alleged incident contact police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 quoting crime reference number EP/12/1031.

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