Write down all your prescribed medication, then give yourself ten minutes to make as many words as you can. Just a bit of fun.
Hah, if I did that, I'd probably be able to recreate the Oxford English dictionary!!!
Good idea though - puzzles etc are good for keeping the brain active, and they pass the time when waiting at appointments and when having chemo!
Hi Weeblemum, that was the idea, instead of being say waiting for your turn, you can escape, for a short time, which is good for you, challenge the brain to something different. Did you know if you joined all the fans of beans, in the world, end to end, you would have a lot of beans. Ha ha ha. Seriously I thought it would give people a little stress relief, dealing with what they have is hard enough.
Best regards and Thank you.
Fabulous idea to help tax the brain, and test your word power.
I've so many drugs at the moment it took me more than ten minutes to write them down and check the spelling.
As for pronouncing some of them, try saying them as quick as you can as a tongue twister.
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