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consertum: Oh, we drink the wind of spring When the lilac's blossoming! The Lilacs / Louise Driscoll

ChelSquishBud: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. LOUISE DRISCOLL

EurekaSecondary: This discussion will be led by TV and radio presenter Louise Cantillon with special guests: Sara O’Donnell, Reece Creed, and Katie Driscoll.   Thanks to Ms. Doyle for sharing her Break the Bias in Careers in Nursing story.

Maxinetheblack1: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. LOUISE DRISCOLL My 3x great grandfather UKRAINE

Jeffg57: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. LOUISE DRISCOLL

MovePastDivorce: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. LOUISE DRISCOLL

Maxinetheblack1: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. LOUISE DRISCOLL

DrSportsBra: "Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go." ~Louise Driscoll via

TwoMoon71: "Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go." ~ Louise Driscoll

TeryleWrites: "Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go." -Louise Driscoll [and I would add, where they may grow and you can visit them often.]

TheGoodbyeBaby: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. — Louise Driscoll

mbatesco: Rachel Louise Driscoll Thank you for following me!!

KaplanSJ: “In your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go and sheltered so may thrive and grow.” - Louise Driscoll

TheGoodbyeBaby: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. — Louise Driscoll

gps2dolife: “Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go.” ~ Louise Driscoll

parisreview: “Driving takes hold of the left brain and then the right brain is freed—that’s what some writer friends and I have theorized.” —Louise Erdrich

Melinda_paints: Within your heart keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. - Louise Driscoll

HabbyMomma: My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)

platospupil: My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)

TeresaBacon20: Good Morning Welcome To M My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)y World

kevblue777: My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)

jsquaredink: My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)

OccultFan: My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)

Wildhea81249366: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. ~Louise Driscoll

Iddybud: "Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go." ~ Louise Driscoll

TheEastsiderLA: Many thanks to these readers for their recent financial contributions to The Eastsider: Sandy Driscoll David Farley Lydia Hernandez Tony H. Loretta H. Diane Kerr Richard Polanco Britt R. Louise S. Skye S. Andy Wong

louise_wise: Bea Reviews Leave No Trace by Sara Driscoll

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

secretpoetess: 'I have seen old roofs, Broken, for winds to enter, All their secrets flown like homing birds, It seemed to me they were like broken words, They babbled, inarticulate, of men, Who came, & went, & will not come again, They were full of whispers, & of shadows...' Louise Driscoll

NorthEndBoston: Obituary: Marion Louise (Mele) Driscoll of Boston’s North End

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

saoshawa: Louise Driscoll- "In your heart, keep one still secret spot where dreams may go and be sheltered so they may thrive and grow."

gps2dolife: “Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go.” ~ Louise Driscoll

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

PublicHealthW: If your child has a runny nose or other cold-like symptoms then a COVID-19 test isn't required. Your child can go to school if fit to do so. If they have COVID-19 symptoms then they will need a test and to stay home.

PublicHealthW: Please don't attend A&E if you're unable to book a test and have any symptoms. You won't be able to book a test there and will be putting others at risk. Please stay at home, self-isolate and try to book a test later.

CV_UHB: The Urgent Primary Care Out of Hours Service has not changed, only the number has. Contact the service by calling CAV 24/7 on 0300 10 20 247

DaleJanic: In your heart keep one still secret spot where dreams may go and sheltered so may thrive and grow. - Louise Driscoll

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

CV_UHB: The way you access urgent care in Cardiff & Vale UHB has changed. This is how CAV 24/7 works…

CV_UHB: Today the way you access urgent care at Cardiff and Vale UHB has changed. If you think you need the emergency unit and it is not life threatening you will need to phone first on 0300 10 20 247. Find out more here:

BelievePHQ: 9 tips to boost your mood when you are feeling low

CV_UHB: On 5 August the way you access urgent care at Cardiff and Vale UHB is changing. Find out more here:

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

ReneeEverett: Hold fast your dreams! Within your heart Keep one still, secret spot Where dreams may go, And, sheltered so, May thrive and grow Where doubt and fear are not. O keep a place apart, Within your heart, For little dreams to go. - Louise Driscoll

cavgp: Llandaff & Pentyrch Surgery is looking to appoint a GP to join its friendly supportive team at the well-established Practice with a population of approx 7000 patients.

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

SwanseabayNHS: ALERT - please remove any hand sanitiser from your car as it's a fire risk. If it's 25C outside, it can be 55C inside your car - and that's oven temperature. There have already been reports of car fires starting this way in the current hot weather.

talkolderpeople: There have been reports of criminals impersonating Test Trace Protect Service staff to try and steal money or personal information, so it’s important to remain vigilant. Find out more about Test Trace Protect and the ways you can keep yourself safe here:

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

JoeyCutless: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

JamesMelville: There should be a worldwide ban on trophy hunting. Please retweet if you agree.

theCALMzone: If you’re finding things tough, our helpline and webchat are open from 5pm until midnight. Call us on 0800 58 58 58, or chat to our trained helpline staff online. No matter who you are or what you're going through, it's free, anonymous & confidential.

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

drsarahjdavies: Webinar Wednesday - with the excellent Andrew Frankel (and me!) For UK Healthcare Professionals Only: Please join us for a non-promotional educational webinar organised in conjunction by Napp Pharmaceuticals Limited. To register your place, click here

elybridgesurg: Mental Health Resources

cavgp: The Clifton Surgery is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic and forward thinking salaried GP to join their team (with a view to Partnership), more details on the vacancy below:

cavgp: Are you a GP looking for an opportunity to work in a positive, dedicated, friendly, & thriving practice? Brynderwen & Minster Surgeries have a 4 session salaried GP vacancy:

BBCWalesNews: People from two different households will be able to meet outdoors in Wales from Monday - who will be the first person you meet?

SimonCrawley9: My wife shared this with me. She is very wise.

cavgp: An exciting opportunity has arisen for a GP to join the friendly supportive team at St Isan Road Surgery, Cardiff. 6 - 8 Sessions per week.

BroTafLMC: Salaried GP vacancy, Clifton Surgery, 151 Newport Road, Cardiff (closing date: 30.06.20)

AneurinBevanUHB: For a list of Pharmacy opening hours over the Bank Holiday, please visit our website:

Loubie_87: 1 Lomax Agnew ✅ 2 Stuart Driscoll ✅ 3 4 Neil Kummer ✅ 5 6 7 Louise Scarr ✅ 8 Angela Duffy ✅ 9 Graeme Sawyer ✅ 10 Steve Wrenall ✅ 11 Phil Heighton ✅ 12 Carol Thompson ✅ 13 Ryan Duffy ✅ 14 Rachael Heighton ✅ 15 Rach Cargie ✅ 16 Stuart Galloway✅ 17 18 Richard Dixon ✅

Loubie_87: 1 2 Stuart Driscoll 3 4 Neil Kummer 5 6 7 Louise Scarr 8 Angela Duffy 9 Graeme Sawyer 10 Steve Wrenall 11 Phil Heighton 12 Carol Thompson 13 14 Rachael Heighton 15 Rach Cargie 16 Stuart Galloway 17 18 19 Gill Gerrish 20 Mike Oldcorn 21 22 Karen Scarr 23 24 25 26 27

whitchurchrdGP: Losing your sense of smell or taste has been added to the list of coronavirus symptoms. If you experience a loss or change in your normal sense of smell or taste, you must self-isolate for 7 days, and everyone in your family must stay at home for 14 days.

kevblue777: My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)

OccultFan: My lilac trees are old and tall; I cannot reach their bloom at all. They send their perfume over trees And roofs and streets, to find the bees. –Louise Driscoll (1875–1957)

DrAmirKhanGP: I love being a GP and know a little bit about a lot of things But nurses, paramedics, physiotherapists, SALT, OTs, ANPs, mental health workers are ALL EXPERTS in their fields So you are not being “fobbed off” if you speak to them instead of me, you are speaking to an expert!

CrwysMedicalGP: It is thought that patients who have serious health issues are not contacting their doctors for fear of catching the coronavirus. Please get in touch if you are feeling unwell or are worried about a health issue. We are here to help, you must keep yourself healthy and safe.

CV_UHB: We're all facing challenging circumstances at the moment, but if you're struggling to remain calm and in control, these tips shared by Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Julie Highfield could help to get you back on track.

WelshGovernment: We all must do our part to stop the spread of coronavirus. You can exercise more than once a day, but you shouldn’t arrange to see friends and family. Please think carefully about reasons for leaving your home – it’s about keeping us all safe.

CRCardiffVale: Care & Repair continues to provide front line services in communities and hospitals across Wales. Read about how we are responding to the challenges here

CommWellbeingUW: We are delivering Managing Stress and Anxiety workshops online, follow this link to sign up for FREE!!!

CV_UHB: The advice in Wales remains unchanged. For all the latest guidance on coronavirus please visit:

1SunshyneGirl1: 79,508 deaths the United States of America (5/10/2020: Johns Hopkins COVID19 Map) These only had a voice, It was the roof, the broken roof, that sung. The living roofs were silent, But the dead roof had a tongue! From "Old Roofs" by Louise Driscoll

DrJoLongstaffe: If anyone has a shielding or elderly relative, please retweet or help them to access our new online physio-directed group exercise sessions. It’s free and fun - and designed to help the mobility and morale of people isolating at home, in these challenging times.

fmwales: Today we commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day. At 11am there will be a two minute silence to honour all those who we have loved and lost in the Second World War. Let us all find inspiration in their bravery to guide us through our own extraordinary moment in history.

WelshGovernment: We’re making extra arrangements to make sure you can still get your prescription while you are self-isolating or shielding. We’ve recruited volunteers to deliver medication safely to your door. Contact your pharmacy to discuss how you can get your prescription.

CRCardiffVale: We are still working and still here to help. We have helped 3 older people with urgent water leaks in their homes already this week. We have also carried out works to enable a patient to be discharged safely from the Dragons Heart Hospital. Contact us on 02920 473337

DrRosena: I will respectfully challenge the Government - I want our country to succeed. However, I will not 'watch my tone' when dozens of NHS and care staff are dying unnecessarily. A clip of my Q to the Health Sec today.

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

WelshGovernment: ❗️ Spot the signs of coronavirus to protect yourself and others. If you have a fever or persistent cough, you MUST self-isolate for 7 days. If you live with others, everyone in your household must stay at home for 14 days.

CV_UHB: It's very important that parents with children under 5 & teenagers who are due for routine immunisations continue to attend appointments to ensure protection from diseases that may be circulating. A list of the routine immunisations can be found here:

I_Timotheus: “I met the rain,” Louise Driscoll. I like rain, not because I’m deep or moody but because it’s so restorative, both literally & figuratively. In ancient times, armies would cease hostilities in a storm. I love the idea of Nature saying “that’s enough bloodshed for one day”

ladyhaja: oh my gosh the relief and joy that intelligence and competence bring

BelievePHQ: How to support your child if they feel worried or anxious about coronavirus

captaintommoore: WOW 1 million pounds for our beloved NHS! I may be walking in my garden to raise money, but this is the British public’s contribution. You are all wonderful - and make Great Britain - GREAT. Thanks to everyone - we stand united even during the most testing of times. WOW!

lansdownedrs: Sorry we are experiencing problems with our phone lines. The engineers are working on it and we hope to have this resolved very soon. Please don’t come to the surgery. We will update as soon as possible.

lansdownedrs: Our phone lines are fixed!

hughlaurie: Calls to UK Domestic Abuse Helplines have more than doubled since the lockdown. Victims should know that if they are in danger, they can dial 999, then press 55 and remain silent. Police will know that the caller is in danger and cannot speak. Spread this wide.

CV_UHB: So why download and use the new Covid-19 symptom tracker app? By inputting your daily symptoms, it's helping us indicate when future hospital admissions are going to be so we can prepare in response to the Covid situation in Wales. Download it today:

CardiffSW: Please check out our brand new website,

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

TheGoodbyeBaby: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. — Louise Driscoll

dodd_isabel: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll

MikesJokesEtc: Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go. -Louise Driscoll



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