Today my, largely, hidden disability became more visible. Railings have been installed along the path from our driveway, to our front door. This is to cater for my difficulty with walking which, on the worst days, can be challenging. I generally manage well using my walking stick and, on the best of days, … Continue reading Preventing the Unnecessary
“People who don’t see you every day have a hard time understanding how on some days–good days–you can run three miles, but can barely walk across the parking lot on other days,’ [my mom] said quietly.” ― Jennifer Starzec. This weekend has involved thinking about the bad days. Parkinson’s has a habit of giving … Continue reading Off the Rails?
“The first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.” ― Joshua Becker. Alongside actual physical de-cluttering, which I am doing a little of every day while we find ourselves living in what feels like a dystopian drama, I am using this ‘lock-down’ time to … Continue reading De-Cluttering, Virtually
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“To be an artist is to believe in life.” – Henry Moore With an agreement that we would not be meeting in November, simply due to each of us having so much else on, this third Saturday in December saw the 4th meeting of what we small group of creative friends have called … Continue reading The Art Shack 4
“Always take a banana to a party.” ― Steven Moffat. The event had been planned for a few months. Having travelled for around four or five hours to what was a very heavily flooded part of England, we had all finally settled into our hotel on the previous night. The hotel was … Continue reading Nerves and Bananas