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WHEN a young Thai schoolboy proudly told Anita Heyes how fat she was to show how much English he had learnt, she knew that she had to take action. Miss Heyes, 27, was so ashamed of the embarrassing first sentence her seven year old pupil had learnt whilst she was teaching in Thailand, that she was shocked into action. Amazingly she has now nearly lost eight stone - and credits it all to the schoolboy’s innocent remark. Miss Heyes, who lives in East Kilbride, near Glasgow, said: ‘It was devastating to hear at the time - but he was just speaking the truth.
HEYES. TEACHER SPURRED TO LOSE EIGHT STONE BECAUSE PUPIL TOLD HER SHE WAS FAT.
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THIS is baaa---aaart work at its best. Maria Losch isn’t pulling the wool over anyone’s eyes with her portraits made entirely out of wool. She has knitted lots of portraits of famous faces - which now hang on her wall for friends to admire. Mrs Losch, 42, who lives with husband Bob, 60, a photographer, began her love affair with her knitting needles when she was just three years old.
LOSCH. BAAAA-AART WORK. WOMAN KNITS WOOLLEN PORTRAITS OF FAMOUS FACES.
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WHEN Emily Wither was given just six months to live she faced a desperate race against time. She urgently needed a lifesaving transplant - but she didn’t have to look very far for help. Her sister Lauren, nine, was determined to put herself forward to be tested to see if she would be a match. So doctors carried out the tests and found that brave Lauren was a perfect match for her sister. The transplant was carried out and now Emily can live a normal life - thanks to the sister who saved her life. Their proud mother Jo, 34, said: ‘I’m just so proud of Lauren. She never hesitated to step forward and help Emily. ‘When the doctors told her she was a match to save her sister she was over the moon. ‘They have a close bond between them - which is even stronger now.’
WITHER. BRAVE SISTER SAVES YOUNGER SISTER - AFTER SHE WAS GIVEN JUST 6 MONTHS TO LIVE.
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AS Rachael Sadler cradles her newborn twin daughters - she knew that she would stop at nothing to get them. It has taken Mrs Sadler and her husband Mark a staggering £70,000, nine cycles of fertility treatment, and a journey of 16,000 miles around the world to have their baby daughters. But she says their mammoth nine year battle has all been worth it to finally give birth to daughters Rebecca and Hazel eight weeks ago. Mrs Sadler said: ‘I never accepted that I wouldn’t be a mother. I was determined to do anything I could to have a baby. ‘And now I finally have my beautiful daughters, I feel complete. It has been worth all the heartache to have them with us after everything we have been through.’
SADLER. COUPLE SPENDS £70,000 AND TRAVELS 16,000 MILES AROUND THE WORLD TO GET THEIR MIRACLE TWINS
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WHEN Harry Ward gave his 17 year old girlfriend Doris a valentines card, he never expected that she would take it so to heart. It meant so much to her as she left Harry to board a train on Valentines Day in 1941 to volunteer for the war, that she has kept it close to her ever since. Every year since, on February 14th, the couple have brought out the card and displayed it on their mantelpiece in the home in Bristol. Now the card is a staggering 70 years old - making it the longest running Valentine’s card in Britain.
WARD. 70 YEAR OLD VALENTINES CARD IS LONGEST RUNNING CARD IN BRITAIN FOR COUPLE, 88.
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WHEN Jennie Rawlins weighed a massive 44 stone and couldn’t have a baby due to her vast weight - she decided to take drastic action. Mrs Rawlins had a gastric band fitted and has since lost a staggering 24 stone. Now weighing a more manageable 20 stone, she has been able to go on and give birth successfully to son William, now five, and daughter Bramley, four. It is believed to be the biggest weight loss in the UK ever for a desperate mother to be. Mrs Rawlins, 37, who lives in Occumster, Scotland, said: ‘I was thrilled when I fell pregnant.
RAWLINS. WOMAN WHO WAS TOO FAT FOR A BABY - LOSES 24 STONE AND HAS TWO CHILDREN.
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WHEN tiny Lexi Rowberry lay fighting for her life - doctors wrapped her in a SANDWICH bag to help her survive. Her parents Chelsea Rowberry and Lee Lacey were warned by doctors their tiny daughter was unlikely to survive. She had been born at just 26 weeks and weighed just 14 OUNCES. To keep her warm, doctors had placed her in a small plastic sandwich bag to try and boost her slim chance of survival. It was an unusual solution that has certainly paid off - as Lexi is now a happy and healthy seven month old tot.
ROWBERRY. BABY SURVIVES AFTER BEING IN A SANDWICH BAG
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WHEN Lorraine Alexander was forced to give up her baby daughter for adoption she never thought she would see her again. But now, 35 years after the baby was taken from her, mum and daughter have found each other - thanks to FACEBOOK. Lorraine, now 55, was helping to organise a school reunion through Facebook when she stumbled across an old schoolfriend who amazingly knew where her long lost daughter now lived. Mum and daughter had an emotional reunion last month - 35 years after doctors whisked Lorraine’s newborn baby daughter from her.
LORRAINE ANDERSON. MUM AND DAUGHTER REUNITED AFTER 35 YEARS THROUGH FACEBOOK.
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i’ve come to a decision,’ my fiancé Mickie Ness announced one night. ‘I’m going to lose weight.’ I just looked at him. Mickie was enormous and even though his weight had never bothered me, I could see that that was some task. ‘I want to do it for Stephen,’ he carried on. ‘I don’t want him to lose another dad.’ A lump formed in my throat. That was Mickie all over. He had such a big heart. My former partner Richard had died in a tragic accident when Stephen was just 18 months old.
NESS. MY LOCH NESS FIANCE LOST 16 STONE.
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THIS is the little girl whose life has been saved by SAT NAV! Chantelle Cummings needed a life saving brain operation, but surgeons couldn’t operate using normal equipment because it was too tricky for them to reach. So instead they used a pioneering ‘sat nav’ scanner. The Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh has just got the new state-of-the-art scanner, which has sat nav equipment that allows surgeons to navigate the brain. It meant that brave Chantelle could have the operation to replace a tube which prevents spinal fluid building up in her brain. She had the operation earlier this month and has now made a complete recovery.
CUMMINGS. LITTLE GIRL WHO WAS SAVED BY SAT NAV
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