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Wonderful Work By ME Sufferer With Her Charity Post Pals That Helps Others

Thursday 1 August 2019

 

From UK newspaper The Guildford Dragon News:

 

From left: Vikki George with her friends Princess Merida (readers may remember her from the Disney Pixar film Brave) and her other friends Tori Tremlette and Ally Hawthorne.
From left: Vikki George with her friends Princess Merida
(readers may remember her from the Disney Pixar film Brave)
and her other friends Tori Tremlette and Ally Hawthorne.
 

Wonderful Work By ME Sufferer With Her Charity Post Pals That Helps Others

By Chris Dick
Thursday, August 01, 2019
© 2019 Guildford Dragon News.

Vikki George, who runs a charity called Post Pals, is a longterm sufferer of severe ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis or chronic fatigue syndrome). Here she tells Effingham Eye reporter CHRIS DICK about her life and the charity

Q: Can you tell us a little about yourself?

A: Yes of course. I’m in my early thirties and have lived all my life in Effingham with my parents [Dawn and Steve] on whom as you can see I’m dependant.

Actually I’ve spent so much time in bed that most of our near neighbours don’t even know I’m here. I run the charity from my bedroom or from a hospital bed when my condition permits me.

The problem with ME is that I can only work in short bursts of five minutes here and five minutes there. But I think the charity is what keeps me so positive. And a saline drip every day can be a big help.

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