Hello lovely people, I am still on holiday right now and I wasn't planning to post this week. I thought I would talk about something that happened to me and I just want to say it's a sad interaction for me. I find it hard to talk about but it is so important because it … Continue reading Young, Ill And In A Wheelchair
I really should be packing instead of writing but I have not had the time nor the energy to write recently so I am taking what time I have to write this blog post. I am in Scotland now and I wanted to talk about my hopes of what we might get up to whilst … Continue reading Scotland Bucket List 2019
Finding a sense of purpose amongst chronic illness can be a difficult task but when asks you what you want to do or work towards in life it can feel more than impossible. I live with M.E/CFS and every day can be so different it's hard to plan a week let alone my life long … Continue reading What Do I Want For My Life?
There is a cafe in the city close to where I live that has a split seating area. There is a platform to see the view across the city which is three steps further. It shockingly has a mini lift to make it accessible (Whoo!!) but it's one of those loud whine type (boo) ones … Continue reading Pushing The Envelope
I haven't done a listy type blog post in a while so I thought I would share my it's-a-bad-day-watch-films most watched films. They are undeniably chick flicks or comedy or musicals. I'm betting a good percentage of you might not read any further now that I've said that. Mamma Mia 1 & 2 - Who … Continue reading My Top Ten Feel Good Movies
Often I refer to having a hidden illness or an invisible one. To be fair, to some extent it is accurate, there aren't many signs of illness if you were to look at me. I have dark circles under my eyes and I am always pale, those are some of the more easily noticeable signs … Continue reading Is “Invisible” Illness Adding To The Issue?