A letter to my 10 year old self.

I have always loved the thought of being able to travel back in time to maybe the roaring 20s or the flower power age of the ’70s, even 18th Century could be interesting but especially travelling along the course of my own life. I think it’s got a lot to do with recognizing how muchContinue reading “A letter to my 10 year old self.”

Ask about my disability if your curious.

Being a disabled adult I am acutely aware of the many challenges i will face in life, becoming somewhat immune to forms of discrimination and aggression. I almost expect not to be able to get into a shop because there’s a step or two to get into the shop or the Ilys too small forContinue reading “Ask about my disability if your curious.”

My Disability, My Identity

Your identity is everything it’s the person you are, the person you identify with and when you lose your identity who are!? As humans in a complex world of boundaries and decisions, it’s really not all that surprising that by trying to make sense of it all we put everyone and everything into groups, categoriesContinue reading “My Disability, My Identity”

Being Disabled does not make me a burden to my partner

Being disabled does NOT make me a burden to my partner. Being disabled does NOT make me a burden to anyone! Lets call it the B-Word I’ve never approach this subject before so why now; I think it’s probably a word I know I’ve felt many time before as I’m sure many other disabled peopleContinue reading “Being Disabled does not make me a burden to my partner”

What you need to know about muscular dystrophy.

If you follow my blog you’ll already know I have a rare form of muscular dystrophy and if not welcome. So It’s probably time I explained a little bit about MD maybe you know someone with MD. Or, maybe you’re new to the world of Muscular Dystrophy. You maybe surprised to know there are overContinue reading “What you need to know about muscular dystrophy.”

5 Things I Do Differently Living With Muscular Dystrophy

Having a Disabilty I’ve found people are always have a natural Curiosity to how I do things, over the years of having a muscular dystrophy a Progressive condition I’ve adapted many times over the years how I do certain things! A while back my fab friend Fi from Life of an Ambitious Turtle wrote a great postContinue reading “5 Things I Do Differently Living With Muscular Dystrophy”