“But you don’t look ill?” That is a remark I get from loads of people when I explain I live with Epilepsy. The truth is the majority of the days you cannot even tell I have it – you can’t tell anyone has it unless they have a seizure and that is what makes this…Continue reading Epilepsy – The hidden monster.
Life can be pretty fast flowing and amongst the troubles and stress of daily life we often forget about the little things that make us happy, be that wearing your favourite perfume, having a wee without an audience or simply getting to the bottom of that washing pile. The wonderful Zoe over at Mummyandliss and…Continue reading 10 Little things that make me happy!
When I was 12 I was diagnosed with Epilepsy. Life beforehand was about as perfect as it could be when you’re approaching your teenage years! Before I was diagnosed with Epilepsy I was extremely fit and healthy I was able to shift a could within days and I very rarely had time out of school.…Continue reading Epilepsy and Anxiety come hand in hand.
Sunday 26th March, it’s mothers day and also our trip to longleat! Shaniah is adamant that she’s going to see a dragon will she be disappointed?
This morning have started a ‘Be kind’ campaign in support of all these children who spend each and every day in fear of what fellow pupils will say to them. School days are supposed to be THE best days of our lives. Yet for some it’s some of the worst. I myself was bullied through…Continue reading Itv This morning Be kind campaign.