New Pathways musings

Jack the cat with Myles working on NP 96Well would you look at that, February’s already here and we’re almost halfway through.

Where does the time go, eh?

Well, while Myles might be happy just sitting around with his paw in a jar of honey of a morning (I swear it’s the only thing he learnt from reading Pooh books), some of us are already going full steam ahead on the next issue of New Pathways.

Next issue, I hear you cry? But we’ve hardly had time to get to know this one!

Good point.

Maybe I should take a moment to reflect on what has been a very well received issue.

So what did we look at?

Well, for a start we made Myles a cover star. He won’t stop going on about it and people keep approaching him wanting a paw print – but the real reason is it’s the Year Of The Bear at MS-UK, and we really wanted to let you know about it!

What else did we mention?

Well, there was Myles’ mate Jay Denton and her expedition over the roof of the O2 Arena in London, our friends at Bikers With MS and Scooterists With MS took time out from their travels to explain what help and support they offer to MSers on Facebook and the Wheelyboat Trust introduced us to new ways to mess about on the water.

Then there was the great news that chocolate might be good for you!

And as if all that wasn’t enough, there was the small matter of that Panorama programme…

Looking back – do you know what? That wasn’t a bad issue.

I think Myles can be quite proud of being on the cover of that one.

Right, while you enjoy New Pathways 95 at your leisure, I’ll be cracking on with issue 96.

Can anyone teach my cat how to make a pot of tea?

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About MS-UK

MS-UK was established in 1993, and is a national charity dedicated to empowering people with multiple sclerosis to make the most of today, and live life to the full. We put people affected by MS at the heart of our work. We provide high quality, professional services to support people living with multiple sclerosis, and we listen to people affected by MS.
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