*This is for comedy purposes only* Eat a hobnob and pee in a bag at the same time.Skip queues.Take legal morphine and fly high as a kite. I have a key that opens all Uk toilets.Make cripple jokes about myself. Never needing to replace the sole on a shoe.Always have attractive Carers/medical staff.Have an encyclopaedic … Continue reading Me and My disability: Things I can do that other able bodied people can’t.
I am absolutely over the moon to hear that my 97 year old best friend, Nan Win is having her vaccine on Friday!! The end is in sight! I’m desperate for a cuddle and some tea and cake!! Words cannot describe how happy I am (I’m not ashamed to say my eyes have welled up … Continue reading Good news!!
I’d just like to say thank you for all your encouraging advice in your magazine.I was deeply depressed in the first lockdown, It was quite disconcerting how everything grounded to a halt especially as I like routine. I was also waiting to be housed in an with adapted apartment by my local council so I … Continue reading Writing: My letter to Writer’s Forum
Exercise 1.3 The following story was written in 15 minutes in response to a prompt in my module syllabus, I was in allowed to stop writing until the time was up or edit; this is called free writing and I found was very cathartic even though I know some bits may be repetitive. I remember … Continue reading Scriptwriting Module Day 2: Free Writing Caravan Prompt
Dear Journal, Well, it's day two of my scriptwriting module and already my head is swimming! There’s so much to learn; terminology, formatting and the complicated dance that is relying on actors to convey the story you’ve put your heart and soul into and then there’s the idea that if it’s not conveyed right that … Continue reading Scriptwriting module: The first days journal entry
Hi guys, So as you know I’ve bed. Struggling with my pelvis and hips these past couple of weeks and it’s no better. I spoke to the GP this morning and she’s referring me back to the muscular skeletal clinic where they can assess me and decide what investigations need to be done. I will … Continue reading Me and My Disability: Pelvic Flare update 30.11.2020
This week my biggest achievement was Reading the first Harry Potter book in for hours/ my TikTok video reaching 131 views/ Getting a cheaper blog host and plan. Biggest headache: didn’t fall asleep till 2:30 am Thursday morning / transferring blog to the new host and plan. My previous company site ground was charging me … Continue reading Entertainment: My weekend in a nutshell
Rating: 4/5 Genre: Memoir Plot: An extraordinary memoir of one woman’s fight to find her true self between the life into which she was born and the one she was given. Christiana Mara Coelho was born into extreme poverty in Brazil. After spending the first seven years of her life with her loving mother in … Continue reading Book Review: Never stop walking by Christina Rick Ardsson
Things I love: Skipping queuesClean disabled toiletsRaising awareness of my life and helping others with my blog.Priority boarding on flightsBeing on a train and the only accessible one is first class.Not having to get up to pee every half an hourNice physio therapy massages Hunky doctorsWhen someone says I can’t do something and I do … Continue reading Things I love and hate about having a disability
Here are the guidelines:1. Thank the person that nominated you with a link to their blog.2. Make a Post of the award (with photo)3. Post the rules.4. Ask 5-10 questions of your choice.5. Nominate 10-30 other bloggers (or more) and notify them.6. Follow Vincent Ehindero @ vincentehindero.wordpress.com (to qualify for a free blog promotion and … Continue reading I’ve been nominated for the VINCENT EHINDERO blogger award