I think I can safely say I may have over reacted in my last Blog (Fame… makes a man think things over). I am sure it was partly to do with the approach of my 45th birthday, which turned out to be a great day spent that I spent withRead More about Positive Blog No. 1
As I hurtle towards my 45th birthday, I’ve had a weird week. I wonder if I might be about to hit my mid-life crisis. Let me explain.It began with a visit to my chemist. While queuing to collect a prescription, another member of the queue turned to me and saidRead More about Fame… makes a man think things over
Believe it or not the reason why I haven’t blogged for a while is because I haven’t much to blog about. I haven’t gone crazy about bad access and gone postal, although the local paper, the CNJ, is going to write an article about my experience of access in Camden,Read More about Still here
Well I might want my blog not be focused just on disability, but it seems life keeps pulling me back to the subject. Today I have been made to feel the way I did about my disability when I first started using my chair back in 1981, excluded and secondRead More about Left on the outside… again!
This week my wife Diane and I spent a day in Cambridge. We went there to have a look round as it is one of the places Diane would like to study for her doctorate in Physics. It is a lovely city and we had a great time wondering roundRead More about A visit to Cambridge – what a difference a day makes.
Yesterday’s ITV national news at 6.30pm ran the story of Tony Nicklingson, who, after having a stroke, suffers from “locked in syndrome”. This means while is mentally he is fully functioning, physically he is only able to move his eyes and head. He cannot speak but communicates via a spellingRead More about Here we go again… or watch out for the slippery slope.