On Friday night, 23rd June, I went to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Stadium in London to see Robbie Williams with my Mum. We went up on the train and I was in my wheelchair. So far, so good. When we got off the train, it was relieving to see so many security guards about and … Continue reading Robbie Williams 23rd June 2017
I thought everything was getting better. At least, that's what it's meant to do, right? I've had a few problems over the past couple of weeks, and whilst I've dealt with things relatively well, I still cannot change my thought process of anger, frustration, hurt and pain and repeating those life moments I'd rather forget, … Continue reading Life exploded!
For the first time, I sit in a crowed loud cafe, sipping Earl Grey tea and munching on vegan gluten free chocolate chip biscuits as I write this... I feel small, as though I don't matter to anyone right in this moment. Everyone talking around me, volumes getting louder and louder as one group tries … Continue reading When fibro attacks!
Whilst I'm still having bouts of fatigue, I'm having to try my best to pull through them and work on some new products for an event being held this weekend. I'm so looking forward to being able to crash completely, and not have to worry about getting up to do anything. I mean, as much … Continue reading I’ll be writing again soon!
I've been wanting to write a blog post for some time, but I've not only been busy, but I've also been hit with the fatigue of fibro. Most likely from overdoing things, which is annoying considering there's so much which needs to get done. We've got a stall next weekend for our local Pride, and … Continue reading Welcome to June