Music is a passion of mine, always has been, always will be and i’d not function without it! Here are the tracks i am loving this week. Click the link to see the video. Mothica – Sometimes (Youtube) Stating on her Facebook page that ‘she has felt too much since 1995‘, it doesn’t surprise
Listen up, There is a few things that people really shouldn’t do to somebody in a wheelchair, because you really are at risk of a) getting a slap, b) getting yelled out or c) I mow you down!. 5 Things NOT to do – Talk about me in the third person Just because i am
In a world where doom and gloom is all to familiar. I decided to feel grateful for something everyday, even if the neighbour’s pissed me off with his dogs incessant barking or I dropped my biscuit into my coffee! So here are some things that I have been grateful for and love in May.
Depression, is it one sole issue or is it something that we end up with because of a whole array of other issues that snow ball into the inevitable? With certain other mental health issues, such as Bipolar and schizophrenia I know that is more of an imbalance of the chemicals in the brain or early head
Debbie Harry, Princess Diana,J.K Rowling,Angelina Jolie….what is the similiarity?………they are bad ass It seems all too common now days for women to stay in unhappy relationships, poisonous friendships, dead end jobs with a pervy boss and unable to say exactly what it is we want through fear of upsetting someone or just being unable to
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” Dr Seuss Something we all take for granted and that is the world in which we live. Do you wonder where the plastic you throw out is going? Do you care? Well if not, you fucking well
How much longer do I have to grin and smile when someone says something completely ridiculous to me, when is it appropriate for me to yell ‘Go fuck yourself mate’ and give them a loud lecture about how unamusing their wheelchair joke is and that just because their old doesn’t make them the ‘only cripple
So introduction time. I am 31 and mother of one very fiery, independent daughter who is not that dissimilar to Tracy Beaker. My home is situated in a quiet town in the UK where there is loads too do as long as you only want to visit charity shops or a greasy spoon! I have