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

Festivals and Gigs, London, Musings

Booking Accessible Tickets – Mission (almost) Impossible

Warning: this post may contain rants. In fact it is probably one big long rant! So Muse are on tour again, my single favourite band in the world. I loved them as a teen and then saw them at V Festival 2004. Why does 2004 not sound that long ago when it’s actually almost 15… Continue reading Booking Accessible Tickets – Mission (almost) Impossible

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

Musings

My Love Hate Relationship With Autumn

It’s October. That came fast. I know everybody says it but why is it time goes faster the older you get? I’m actually asking for an answer. They say time is fluid, does the speed actually change? Is a moment different for all? Surely life should feel slower as an adult when you don’t have… Continue reading My Love Hate Relationship With Autumn

Festivals and Gigs, Musings, Restaurants and Cafes, Shopping

11 Perks Of Being A Wheelchair User

I feel I’ve been ranting to you a lot lately. There’s been a fair few negatives in life with accessibility to the cinema and Latitude Festival being a bit of a downer. It’s not all doom and gloom though. So I thought this week I would share with you some of the upsides to having… Continue reading 11 Perks Of Being A Wheelchair User

Suffolk

Parrots, Football and Time Travel – Pleasurewood Hills

It was the Saturday when England played football. The game of the World Cup where England were doing better than they had done in... I don’t know how long... because I didn’t really care. They were doing well though and everyone was having barbecues or going to the pub. It’s been hot you see, we… Continue reading Parrots, Football and Time Travel – Pleasurewood Hills

Achievements

The Vote Is On – Bloggers Bash Awards

So it seems my ramblings are up for an award! Shocking right? Thank you to whoever nominated me, I’m (almost) totally speechless. i know it’s anonymous and all that but if you tell me who you are I’ll buy you a massive slice of cake! I’m not very good at this kinda thing. Taking compliments… Continue reading The Vote Is On – Bloggers Bash Awards

Achievements, Musings

February Blues and Other News

So February came accompanied by the usual illnesses. For me February seems to be the worst month for catching germs (those little critters!). I think it’s a combination of things, the weather is wet, dull and cold, but there are also changes happening as spring slowly appears. The weather doesn’t know what it’s doing and… Continue reading February Blues and Other News