Musings, Norfolk

Compostable, Biodegradable, Favourite – Cinema City Norwich

Yesterday I went to my favourite cinema, to see The Favourite. A marmite of a film maybe, but then I love marmite. The costume, the crassness, the Colman, this cynical comedy had many c words. It wasn’t a crying with laughter film, but more of a snort along. Studying textiles, history and architecture at Art… Continue reading Compostable, Biodegradable, Favourite – Cinema City Norwich

Achievements, Musings

Aims Accomplished – Aims Not Resolutions 2019

My first week of January 2019 has been spent colouring, followed by eating cheese and chocolate. Not together, although that is kind of nice too. I’ve had quite a chilled start to 2019 and that’s how I intend it to continue. Chilled adventure is what I would like to achieve. You might remember at the… Continue reading Aims Accomplished – Aims Not Resolutions 2019

Achievements

Best Nine 2018 – Blogging Celebrations

Happy New Year’s Eve! I know we say it all the time, and I sound about 90 years old, but I really can’t believe 2018 is almost over. It’s been a mix of a year, as is life. New Year’s Eve is a time for celebration and reflection. Looking back on achievements and regrets and… Continue reading Best Nine 2018 – Blogging Celebrations

Musings, Norfolk, Shopping

Christmas Cheese, Chums and Norwich Cathedral

So last December I attempted Blogmas, this year I haven’t a written thing. Sometimes you’re too busy doing life to write about it. But that can be a good thing. December came quickly and has progressed even quicker. The festivities officially began. I’m all for Christmas but it has its time. December, not November. Although… Continue reading Christmas Cheese, Chums and Norwich Cathedral

Musings

Festivities and Kindness

It’s been a bit of a week. Two firsts for me, I had the paramedics out in the middle of Asda, and I left Father Christmas hanging. Not both at the same time I might add. There are days that go by smoothly and you forget you have a disability. Well not really forget, but… Continue reading Festivities and Kindness

Achievements, Musings

100th Ramble – 100 Things I Love

Believe it or not this is my 100th blog post. I have written 100 of these things, that are now floating around the internet. That’s quite scary to think about actually. I’ve written way more in my head, and there’s a stack of them in my notes app. But not everything reads as well to… Continue reading 100th Ramble – 100 Things I Love

Norfolk

Invisible Cities – Having A Disability In Norwich

Something a little different from me today. I was invited to take part in an Invisible Cities Linkup crested by Sheryl of A Chronic Voice.  This brilliant idea from Sheryl invites people from all over the world to share stories and information about what it’s like living in their city with a disability or chronic… Continue reading Invisible Cities – Having A Disability In Norwich

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes, tea

Chocolate High Tea – The Assembly House Norwich

So I went to another afternoon tea. Kind of. The Assembly House Norwich were putting on a one evening only ‘Chocolat High Tea’, so obviously I had to go. I have spelt that right, the missing e isn’t missing. This high tea was chocolate themed to complement the movie Chocolat that would be showing after… Continue reading Chocolate High Tea – The Assembly House Norwich

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes, tea

An Afternoon Tea Of Wizardry – The Assembly House Norwich

The Assembly House in Norwich is one of my favourite places to go for afternoon tea. In fact it’s probably one of my favourite places to go for a brew or lunch or cake. It’s a grand Georgian building in the middle of a busy city. It feels like another world. It’s beautiful gardens, elegant… Continue reading An Afternoon Tea Of Wizardry – The Assembly House Norwich

Festivals and Gigs, Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes

Cool Lifts and Cardigans

Hannah was late again (see I told you that would be the first line Hannah!). If you’ve been following my adventures for a while you’ll know Hannah is that late friend. We all have one. And if you think you don’t, then it’s probably you. We’ll forgive her this time, again, as it was her… Continue reading Cool Lifts and Cardigans