When my son was little I thought I would always be able to do everything for him. I thought I would always be strong and that I would never let him down. Then life happened – he grew up and I grew older. And a human body can only take so much. Even something as… Continue reading The most ordinary moments.
Our visit to the new Entertainer Toy Shop in Truro City Centre was not very entertaining. And we will not be returning. It only opened recently and it didn’t cross my mind to call ahead and ask if we could shop like everyone else? Surely we are “everyone else?” The store supervisor was apologetic and said that… Continue reading Just because Daleks can do stairs…
I recently saw something which hit me like a brick. A really big brick. And it left my heart open and aching. Yet it was just a photograph of 30 smiling children. But they weren’t just any children. They were the children my son started with in Reception class. The ones we planned on him growing… Continue reading Hard Reminders.
Traveling is not easy when you have to plan all your drinks and stops around the few Changing Places toilets on the motorway network. One of our favourite service stations was always Moto at Exeter, but when my son became too heavy for me to lift to the toilet, we could no longer stop there. If Adam can’t use… Continue reading Thank You Exeter Services!
A few days ago I took part in a live discussion on the Victoria Derbyshire show which was being filmed nearby. It was an opportunity for local people to share the issues which matter to them as we head towards a General Election. In Cornwall the big issues were not Europe or immigration, but included… Continue reading Is that really me?