For so long my greatest fear was that I might lose my son, but now it is that he might lose me. His health has improved so much and I am truly grateful for that because for so many years the fear of losing him was an unbearable pain. My pain. But losing me would cause him a pain beyond his… Continue reading The future?
I like social media. But some days it brings a sting. The Facebook reminder of previous years can sometimes hurt and today was a day where I wished I hadn’t gone online. Adam used to love going to Paradise Park and we used to visit frequently. It is open all year round and was brilliant… Continue reading Reminders…
I laughed so much the first time I saw this video. And the second! When you have kids it happens in restaurants, at the supermarket, in bed and at all sorts of inconvenient times. How would Jonathan Ross and the others in this video cope if it was their 10 year old, or their 15 year old or… Continue reading Sh*t happens!
There is a petition doing the rounds at the moment that I can’t stand! It is annoying the heck out of me simply because it should not exist! Take a look at it HERE (and sign it whilst you have the page open). That request might not make any sense when I don’t want it to… Continue reading Petitioning for what???
Did you see the video footage filmed by Channel 5 news on the day of the Supreme Court ruling in the so-called wheelchair v buggy case? Kerdesan Gallardo was subjected to horrendous treatment from mainly one passenger, with another joining in at the end. They made it sound like Kerdesan was holding everyone up and they treated her… Continue reading Where were the good people?
Is it complaining? Or just speaking a horrible truth? I was in the press again this week, along with several other campaigners. It was a good article with a lot of information. But the headline bothered me! I have a child who can use the toilet and who wants to. Don’t we all prefer the… Continue reading “Parents complain”
On difficult days a few simple words really can make a huge difference. Cornwall Accessible Activities Program (CAAP) is a relatively small charity which organises activities for disabled children during school holidays. It has just one part time employee who does an enormous amount of work to enable as many children as possible to take part in fun activities. They receive no… Continue reading A little less alone!