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It's a beautiful sunny day here - the birds are happy and there is a promise of spring in the air. The snowdrops have their heads above ground and it won't be long before the crocus follow.

I hope every one is breathing easy, feeling happy and enjoying some of the goodness in life.

I'm just on my way out to pick up meds, get some exercise and absorb some very welcome xtra vitamin D.

Have a great weekend and breathe easy. :ok:

:goodluck:

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    Hi V,

    Lovely day here in Larne as well. Snowdrops blooming here and crocus as well in spite of heavy frost.

    Regards,

    Robert

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    Have I found the correct place to speak of my health do not understand about growing flower
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    Hi Khadija,

    This is a forum to discuss Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease but we do comment on everyday things. Snowdrops and Crocuses blooming, normally, precede spring and hopefully warmer weather. Colder weather for me, usually, adversely affects my breathing and I wish that all the frost and cold weather was over for the winter.

    Regards,

    Robert.

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    Hello, May I call you Robert or would Waterman be how you wish to be addressed, I am unsure how to deal with such matters and do not wish to cause offence to you. The idea of walking in warmth is most heartening but high temperatures are most unwelcome.
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    Hi Robert, good to hear from you - sounds like things are much further along toward spring where you are, good to hear that you have warmer temperatures and this has a positive affect your your breathing.

    Keep well

    V

    Welcome Khadija

    Feel free to start a new discussion experience.

    As Robert says this forum is to discuss Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease but we do comment on everyday things too. Air temperature and humidity as well as any air pollution does have an affect on our breathing.

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    [quote:82c098ca94=\"Khadija \"]Hello, May I call you Robert or would Waterman be how you wish to be addressed, I am unsure how to deal with such matters and do not wish to cause offence to you. The idea of walking in warmth is most heartening but high temperatures are most unwelcome.[/quote:82c098ca94]

    Hi Khadija,

    I am happy to be called Robert and it is indeed heartening to walk in warmth but over here in Ireland we really dont have high temperatures at any time of the year. For anyone with breathing difficulties high temperatures can be, sometimes, as detrimental to COPD sufferers as very cold temperatures. God bless.

    Regards,

    Robert.

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    Hello Robert I have seen high temperatures I was born in Mombasa. My lung condition began when I contracted tuberculosis as a child. I was fortunate to survive this my mother and two younger brothers were not given the same path. My lungs were weakened and my doctor tells me this the cause of COPD for myself. The cold weather in Great Britain is indeed a burden which is lifted by excellent doctors.

    May you know the blessing of God

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