If we lived in a fair world, Muscular Dystrophy would not exist. But that also goes for all diseases, yes? Unfortunately, life isn’t fair. Life has a way of dealing you cards you wouldn’t of picked for yourself, I was diagnosed with the muscle-wasting disease 18 years ago. Even with an uncertain future, there’s noContinue reading “Life isn’t fair, but I can make the best of it”
Wow I can’t actually believe we are in May where has the time gone!? The first weekend in may ‘bank holiday weekend’ is a special memory for hubby and i, but more for me it was the weekend we finally moved into our accessible home provided by Habinteg – I have spoken a few timesContinue reading “Our accessible home anniversary”
Let’s face it this last year has been a number of emotions for all of us. In the midst of it all, I have been thinking a lot about activism. I’ve been thinking about why and how I became an activist in the first place, plus about how activism is even more essential now thanContinue reading “Why I am in the activist”
I am officially vaccinated up! Twelve weeks ago i had my first dose, i can finally say that on April 21st, I received my second dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. According to AstraZeneca who confirms 100% protection against severe disease, hospitalisation and death in the primary analysis of phase III trials. Like most vaccinationsContinue reading “I am ready to move forward after my second jab”
It’s easy for me to sit here writing about my experiences when it comes to living with muscular dystrophy but what about the parents that live though every fall, slip, hospital appointment. Muscular dystrophy can affect all ages at any point in life. Whether your child has been living with muscular dystrophy for years orContinue reading “An open letter to muscular dystrophy parents”
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Welcome to My Life Kerry’s Way
Hello, I’m Kerry
Firstly, thanks for popping by, as you’ve probably guessed, I’m the one behind the blog. SO what do you wanna know? i’m a forty-something blonde in charge of a wheelchair (watch your feet) from the UK. I love new experiences and a great campaign to get my wheels stuck into.Learn more….