Ashley, 10 months ago you took one of the biggest leap you have ever had to endure. You got up the same as you had done every single day of your school life prior but that day was so uniquely different. You came downstairs for your breakfast and coffee, cards and gifts of good luck…Continue reading My brother, you make me so proud.
The dreaded 5 week holiday is fast upon us and you can bet that the word bored will come up at some point during. It can be hard planning things to do with our children and it can also become quite costly. I have scoured the internet for things to do and have produced a list…Continue reading Things to do during the Summer holidays!
Sunday 18th June Today was the first full day of our holiday and it was fair to say that excitement was still running high. Today after we all had our breakfast we decided we’d go to the beach, wahoo I may finally get to try my first proper pasty! The car journey down to the…Continue reading Our trip to Cornwall 2017 – day 2!
“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.
My darling this is one letter I didn’t want to write, one topic that shouldn’t even exist. You see, the world as we know it is changing, there’s more violence now than there used to be when I was growing up and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be slowing down any time soon.…Continue reading Open letter to a little girl in a big scary world.