This week in YOUR FAB VALUE
Most days at Real People Towers,
I think I’ve got the best job in the world. I love your stories, all the things you get up to… Giggling one minute, blinking away tears the next.
But it’s the courage of ordinary people that always makes the biggest impact on me. And this week, we have stories that I won’t forget. these women justice. The word ‘brave’ doesn’t quite do cancer, though only Nicola developed an incurable brain too. It was a shock, in her 20s (p6). Then she fell pregnant, but it was also and the timing must have felt all wrong, beautiful Archer, but the greatest blessing. Now she has and strength, she’s time is slipping away. And with love longer here… planning for the day when she’s no the cruel violence That day came to Judy (p32) through didn’t die before of a man supposed to care. But she done. To give that telling the world exactly what he’d had to refuse the drugs testimony, horrifically burnt Judy that were dimming her pain. Could
I have done it? I don’t think so.
Karen Bryans, Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org)