Musings, Wheelchair life

If We Were Having Coffee – Life Musing #11

If we were having coffee I would turn up in my mask. Because although they’ll become optional from tomorrow, it’s an easy thing to do isn’t it, wear a mask (those actually exempt for health reasons excluded). Ditching the masks isn’t the only event tomorrow. So called ‘Freedom Day’ is happening and it doesn’t feel… Continue reading If We Were Having Coffee – Life Musing #11

lifestyle, Musings, Wheelchair life

It’s All The Same Really

It’s been an eventful few days I tell you. I crossed to the other side of my front door 7 days in 10. Most of those I got further than my garden, some of them I even left my town, and one of them I went inside a restaurant. But we will get to that… Continue reading It’s All The Same Really

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions with – InvisiblyMe

It’s the last day of May, the sun has finally joined us (in England, UK anyway) and I have a great new Twenty Questions for you. In fact this person is so great that I’d assumed I had already interviewed her moons ago when this series first started. Apparently I hadn’t, so you’re in for… Continue reading Twenty Questions with – InvisiblyMe

lifestyle, Musings, Risdiplam

If We Were Having Coffee – Life Musing #10

If we were having coffee it would be in my garden. Because we’ve reached that stage again. Come full circle if you like. It’s been over a year since we were all told to stay at home. And I’ve taken that instruction, like I do most things, with determination, will power and a huge amount… Continue reading If We Were Having Coffee – Life Musing #10

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions With – Kerry Thompson

I know I say this all the time, but I really can’t believe it’s late March! I’ve been a bit quiet of late, finding a new crafting obsession that I’ll fill you in on in the next If We Were Having Coffee instalment. This month I would like to introduce you to Kerry. Toilet queen,… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Kerry Thompson

Musings, Wheelchair life

I’m Not Special – Language is Crucial

On the last day of accessible advent (I know that feels like forever ago!) I posted a comment that seemed to spark discussion. Door 24 - Language is crucial. Terms like ‘wheelchair bound’ and ‘special needs’ give a negative and incorrect message.So I decided to write about it a little more, and get the views… Continue reading I’m Not Special – Language is Crucial

Musings

My Year in Books – 2020 (part 2)

Its been well over a year since I wrote one of my usual reviews, the type this blog was established for. The day to day life of a person on wheels. This past year my ramblings have turned into the day to day life of a frustrated shielder, plodding along. It was that or take… Continue reading My Year in Books – 2020 (part 2)

lifestyle, Musings

If We Were Having Coffee – Life Musing #9

If we were having coffee it would again be virtually. How’s lockdown 3.0 going for all those in the UK? Not much different for me so far, as I’ve been shielding since March 2020. If we were having coffee I’d ask if you can believe it’s 2021?! I don’t know how that happened. I thought… Continue reading If We Were Having Coffee – Life Musing #9

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions with – Simply Emma

Let’s start the new year with the interview of a blogger I’m excited to introduce you to. Although you’ve probably already discovered her for yourselves. Simply Emma was a blog I read before I was a blogger. I enjoy reading something I could relate to, with our passion for gigs, access frustrations and similar disabilities.… Continue reading Twenty Questions with – Simply Emma

lifestyle, Wheelchair life

Accessible Advent

When I saw that @GinnyAndT was starting #AccessibleAdvent on social media I had to get involved. Every day of December I added my bit to #AccessibleAdvent by posting one thing that would make my life more accessible as a wheelchair user. For those of you that don’t have, or don’t follow me on social media,… Continue reading Accessible Advent