So it’s time for another round of Twenty Questions and this time I got to interview the lovely Amanda over at Legally Blind Bagged. A self (and everybody in a minority) advocate, Amanda knows what she thinks and wants, and isn’t afraid to say it. Which I think is a great attribute to have! As … Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Amanda
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
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
Firstly just the fact that my blog has been read by people other than my friends, people that haven't been nagged to read it, is unthinkable. But that I have been chosen from the thousands of bloggers out there as a nominee for an award is mind boggling! I have been nominated by Belle and … Continue reading Nominated for the Liebster Award 2017!
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)