|Markinch to Glenrothes path 21Jul18|
Last Wednesday I was part of a panel session with 5mins presentation in the Queen Elizabeth Teaching & Learning Centre, Glasgow, at the Active Minds Workshop, and showed slides on Safe Houses for Psychosis while speaking on a variety of other topics, including psychiatric abuse, marginalisation by Clinical Psychology Professors and the failure of my PhD at Edinburgh University. I'd included some hyperlinks so that workshop participants could view these afterwards, if interested.
During the panel session and question time I had to get up from my seat to retrieve my diet coke from rucksack as I was thirsty, and retracing my steps tripped over the foot of my fellow panel member from University College London. I may have misjudged but it seemed that his foot had moved and I did ask him if he'd tripped me up, by accident. He brushed this off. I also asked the cameraman who was filming if he captured the incident. Didn't get an answer. So I took a couple of selfies:
Then the UCL academic said to me I could be a Shepherd's Pie, this was in response to my talk with a vet lecturer in audience, where I mentioned having been a shepherdess, lambed sheep. I didn't take kindly to being described as a Shepherd's Pie or mince, and said so to him. I was glad to have retained my balance when tripping, in the past I would likely have fallen flat on my face.
Some more photos from yesterday's cycle trip:
|parking up bike at Morrisons Glenrothes|
|in Glenrothes, Auchmuty, map out!|
|in Morrisons cafe|
|at Markinch rail station for train to Springfield|
Must get a parcel together 😊 pic.twitter.com/NQtEts1nK1— Chrys Muirhead (@ChrysMuirhead) July 21, 2018