Achievements, Norfolk

Norwich Castle and I

I don’t know about you but I find that often when you live in or near a place you can end up taking it for granted, you don’t really look at what’s around you, you don’t appreciate the facilities and attractions, you don’t visit the ‘tourist’ destinations. I’m way too guilty of this myself. Don’t… Continue reading Norwich Castle and I

Festivals and Gigs, Shopping, Suffolk

That Festive Feeling

I’m not known for being the biggest fan of Christmas. I don’t hate it, but I’m not a super fan of the actual day it’s self. Or the greed and need for everything to be perfect. It’s all a bit of an anticlimax if you ask me. I’m not ungrateful, I love giving and receiving… Continue reading That Festive Feeling

Accessible Toilets, Suffolk

The Apex Bury St Edmonds

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

Musings, Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions With – Sheryl

This months Twenty Questions interviewee is Sheryl from A Chronic Voice. A Chronic Voice covers a wide variety of topics around chronic illness. Stories, tips and musings from guests plus Sheryl herself, providing insights into what life can be like with a chronic illness, covering subjects such as relationships, finances, physical and mental health. I… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Sheryl

Musings, Norfolk

A Jolly Good Day – On The Bus

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

Oxford, Restaurants and Cafes

Battle and a brew – Thirsty Meeples

I have to tell you about an amazing place I discovered in Oxford recently. I don’t know how I’ve not told you about it sooner really, but sometimes life stuff gets in the way. I’ve been a bit slack on the ol’ blog writing lately. I know I’ve had a few 'guests’ here and have… Continue reading Battle and a brew – Thirsty Meeples

Musings

Books and Blogs – I’m a Guest

Reading and I have had an on off relationship over the years. As a young child I loved being read to, although I wasn’t that open to new books. Like most kids I loved repetition and I’m surprised my Chicken Licken book survived so long, due to either dog-eared death or cremation by my Mum.… Continue reading Books and Blogs – I’m a Guest

introduction, Musings, Twenty Questions

Getting To Know Me – Twenty Questions

You might remember last month I interviewed fellow disability blogger Carrie of Life On The Slow Lane. She very honestly and openly answered my Twenty Questions (you can catch up with that here, and answer them yourselves if you like!). Meanwhile here I was busy working away on replies to Twenty Questions Carrie had composed… Continue reading Getting To Know Me – Twenty Questions

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes

Best Brunch in Town – House Cafe Norwich

I think I’ve found THE best ‘Full English’ breakfast in Norwich. Which is quite a statement for myself, as I love a good brunch. I am quite fussy though in the way that it is cooked, runny yolk, not greasy, quality sausage, crispy bacon. So to please me it must be great! I had this… Continue reading Best Brunch in Town – House Cafe Norwich

Musings, Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions With – Lorna

It seems people enjoy answering random questions just as much as I enjoy reading them. My Twenty Questions has turned into a bit of a series. I’m loving it! So my second interviewee is Lorna over at Gin & Lemonade. I insist you check out her brilliant blog, she’s been at it a while! You’ll… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Lorna