I miss long walks though the country side. Running my hands though the long grass as I'm walking though a field. I miss dipping my feet in the sea and jumping coz its cold, feeling the sand in-between my toes. I miss sitting on the floor crossing my legs together, being able to sit on … Continue reading I miss
Traveling as a wheelchair user comes with its many obstacles, we have to be somewhat cautious with our wheelchairs as theses are essentially our legs, this doesn’t mean that we can’t have fun and immerse ourselves in different cultures; we just have to get a bit creative with how we do things at times. As … Continue reading My travel Tips as a wheelchair users for going abroad.
If you don't know me I'm quite a sarcastic/witty person thats always the first to take the Micky out of myself (I.e blonde and disabled you have no hope!!) So when it comes to things people say to me I've never got my wheels in a twist over it. I've been wheelchair depended for … Continue reading 15 things I’ve been asked as a Disabled person.
As you would have seen in the news reports over the last week it's suddenly dawned on the able-bodied world that there is a massive shortage in suitable housing for disabled people. Unfortunately this isn't as much of a surprise to us that are disabled we have known this for years. It's been called the … Continue reading Housing crisis
I'd like to start by thanking a fellow Muscular Dystrophy suffer and new friend simplyEmma.co.uk for tagging me in her blog 'The Disabled Blogger Tag' Emma is at the top of her game being the UK's top travel + disability blogger. 'The Disabled Blogger Tag' was created by Elin from My Blurred World it's an amazing … Continue reading The Disabled Blogger Tag
If you didn't already know mental health awareness week is coming up 14th-20th May (in the uk) I sometimes wonder if me sharing my world is a good idea!? Does anyone really want to know the ins and outs of my life no matter how good or bad, but then do I sit in silent!? … Continue reading Should I share!?
Let's face it not many people love being in hospital at the best of times it's not the most dignifying or pleasant experience sometimes, but being in hospital isn't easy when you have Muscular Dystrophy or any other disability for that matter the whole experience from start to finish can bring a whole host of … Continue reading Accessibility issues within NHS hospital’s for Disabled patience
Are you a parent?! Can you Imagine changing your baby/toddler on a public toilet floor that hosts hundreds of germs! Is your answer 'hell no, that's why there is baby changing areas available'. What about a Disabled child or adult why is it classed as acceptable to use a dirty toilet floor or not be … Continue reading Changing places – Guest blog with Jen & Handsome Riley
Thank you for the sacrifices you make, thank you for the things you do even when I know you don't want to, thank you for being my rock when times are hard, thank you for being my best friend, thank you for sometimes being the voice of reason, thank you for the laughter you give … Continue reading Thank you
It's now been over a month since I came out of Milton Keynes university hospital after spending 3 weeks In their care, it's been a struggle adapting back into home life, finding the energy to be stood up and being put into my chair has been hard work let alone getting washed and dressed I … Continue reading I’ve never been this ill before even with having Muscular Dystrophy