Just over a year ago I wrote this: http://heartlog.tumblr.com/post/155440969720/im-part-of-the-first-generation-with-half-a-heart The completely unexpected response to it is what lead me to begin to take blogging seriously (well, as seriously as I can take it! Family always comes first!) In the year since Nathan has turned 21, I’ve turned 50 (!), Andre & I have celebrated our… Continue reading Looking back….
Happy New Year and welcome to 2018! Yes, I know we are already 2 weeks in, but that’s me – always playing catch up! I am hoping everyone had a lovely Christmas & New Year – it seems so long ago now doesn’t it? We had a great Christmas, connecting with family and friends, and… Continue reading A Brand New Year to explore
A very Happy New Year to all from myself & my family xxxx
Just like everyone else we have had a very busy time lately. As part of my 50th birthday celebrations (yes, we’re still celebrating!) we all went to York for the weekend. We visited the Castle Museum, Betty’s Tearoom, and the main reason for going was to visit the Christmas market. A festive market filled with… Continue reading Merry Christmas and Thank you!
At the weekend I hit the grand old age of 50! Me! 50! I’m sure everyone who hits this milestone must stop to take stock – but for myself I feel it does have a special significance. When I was born it was very rare for a child with a single ventricle condition to survive… Continue reading Fabulous 50!
On Wednesday afternoons at 4.15 pm, I go to a crafting club called Creativity. It is in Tardebigge, Redditch and I go with 2 of my carers. My mom found the page on facebook and got all the information together so I could have carers to take me. I always have 2 carers to take me… Continue reading Creativity Craft Club
One of my biggest delights about finally taking blogging seriously is the way this blog has been embraced by my kids, with them both being eager to contribute. I am especially pleased with the response from Cerys. Nathan has always been our academic one – enjoying researching and writing up his assignments and writing articles… Continue reading Broomstick making at Brockhampton