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Test [Aug. 20th, 2006|07:51 pm]
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This is a test to see if it works. I am still at home but we shall see if this is capable of getting intformation out.

[User Picture]From: [info]darkjewelz
2006-08-22 09:30 am (UTC)


It is indeed capable! Every entry you write appears on my "friends" page, which I check fairly regularly. I can then read them and leave comments. People who are not registered livejournal users have to just check your journal regularly to see if you've updated. If you allow anonymous posting, then they can leave comments and just sign their name at the bottom.
From: (Anonymous)
2006-08-25 08:30 pm (UTC)


This is a reply
From: (Anonymous)
2006-09-14 03:00 pm (UTC)

Thinking of you


Read all blog so far.Typical Alan speak - very entertaining. Sounds pretty tough, but hope you fing botanical gardens! Food sounds mixture of appetising and absolutely foul. Stick with it..we're all with you, altho a long way away. Doing 8am slot, and got others involved. Had final chemo yesterday - was dreading it, but do feel different today psychologically and not too many side effects. Felt like throwing up when in there! On that happy note, signing off. All peaceful and calming thoughts...quote from my meditation class this week "Surrender to the day!"
With love, Ali
From: (Anonymous)
2006-09-16 04:31 pm (UTC)

Re: Thinking of you


Dear Ali,
This is an experiment as I am answering through the blog. Let me know if it gets there. I am still having trouble with email; I am now on broadband of my own but the Yahoo sight is playing up and I can't get into my address book - very tiresome.
Yes, it is a bit rough but I think it might be productive. It will certainly change me a bit - completely nuts instead of slightly nuts. I have, however, been doing a bit of reading on the topic of chakras and think that this might bear fruit as well. You should have a look. There is also a very good book by Caroline Myss about healing, why some do and some don't and how to succeed. She goes into chakras quite a bit. It is perhaps a bit new-age-christian in places but good all the same.
Life in this flat is quite entertaining. I have a resident lizard in my passageway, about four inches long and quite a cheerful like blighter. I think his ambition is to catch the cricket that also lives in the flat. he is no trouble at all apart from the frustration of trying to find him by sound; he always stops singing, or scraping or whatever they do, just as I am homing in on him. Who says humans were the smartest creatures around?
Hey ho, I will stop now and go to bed. Hope you are all well. Pass on my best to you mother

From: (Anonymous)
2006-08-27 10:55 am (UTC)

hi alan


great! i would love to hear about your life in india...keep us all updated!
SASKIA (^-^)
From: (Anonymous)
2006-08-30 12:33 pm (UTC)


It seems to work alright. :) I suppose you are already in India. All my best wishes and energy to you, Alan!


From: (Anonymous)
2006-08-30 06:25 pm (UTC)

Hi Alan


I,m waiting anxiously for your first entry from India
best regards
From: (Anonymous)
2006-08-31 04:19 pm (UTC)


Hi Alan,
I am sorry that your e-mail doesn't work! I would be very interested hearing more from you....
From: (Anonymous)
2006-09-03 08:25 am (UTC)

I hope to see a posting soon.


I'll check this site as often as I can. I hope you can soon have your computer up and running. Bless you my dear friend. May your stay in Kolkata bring you healing and peace.

From: (Anonymous)
2006-09-04 01:11 pm (UTC)


Hi Alan,
Sending best wishes and looking forward to reading about your days in Calcutta. Lots of love, Linda T xx
From: (Anonymous)
2006-09-05 03:56 pm (UTC)

Indian Adventure


Thinking of you particularly at 8.00am.

I look forward to hearing how your treatment is progressing and impressions of India when the technical and Ayurvedic time is right.

With love - Julia
From: (Anonymous)
2006-09-06 05:12 pm (UTC)

Your first entry from India


Hi Alan,
So good to receive your first day-to-day account of India!! You will get used to it!!
Calcutta does take a bit of getting used to...visit the Botanical Gardens..you have to go by car and take your passport with you ...not quite the Botanical Gardens in Glasgow but a very peaceful place. Also the Oxford Book Shop in Park Street..air conditioned and with lots of good books...also a very good internet cafe down the road on same side - broadband connection.
Thinking of you,
lots of love,
Linda T x