For many people using a straw is a novelty. Something that livens up a drink in a pub, makes a cocktail more fun, allows you to drink a thick milkshake without getting a moustache. Anyone remember being a kid and purposefully trying to get a shake/Ribena moustache? No. Maybe that’s another thing from my weird… Continue reading The Last Straw?
Way back in August of 2017 I announced that I was going to start a # on Twitter, the # would be #WheelOfFact. Every Friday I would tweet a fact that was based on my blogging subjects. Many of these were disability related facts however I lightened it up a little by interspersing the gritty… Continue reading #WheelOfFact
Although I’ve been to Bury a few times and attended a show at The Apex, I don’t think I’d checked out this particular loo until I went to Bury Christmas Fayre this year. This accessible toilet is situated on the first floor of The Apex Theatre. A lift on the far left of the main… Continue reading The Apex Bury St Edmonds
Today (well a few days ago by the time you’re reading this) I had probably the nicest bus driver I’ve ever encountered. Odd way to start a post you might think, but for me finding nice customer service, or just meeting friendly people can make or break your day. There’s nothing more disheartening than getting… Continue reading A Jolly Good Day – On The Bus
So my friend is pregnant! Well she was, she's now Mummy to the adorable baby Luna. My oldest friend was having a baby, not my oldest friend in age (although she is getting closer to 30 everyday!), I should say my longest friend. I felt old enough when my younger sister had a baby… Continue reading Baby Shower – Oaklands Norwich
Being a massive festival lover (there's probably a tiny hippy hidden within me somewhere), I ventured on my 5th consecutive trip to Latitude Festival in July this year. I've been to a few festivals, including Reading and V Festival, but Latitude is by far my favourite. It's like my happy place. It's a festival… Continue reading Latitude 2016 – Festival of Fairytales (and my fragile neck)