Writer in the making….

This is Part 2 of the Weekly Writing challenge from 24 March. The prompt went like this: Every superhero has an ‘origin’ story of how they came into being. If applied to myself, How did I begin to be a reader, and

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Reader Extraordinaire

Every superhero has an ‘origin’ story of how they came into being. If applied to myself, How did I begin to be a reader, and eventually a writer? I have to say, I have loved this challenge, (last week’s Weekly

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fifteen on Friday: people who make ‘snap’ decisions

Fifteen on Friday is a space where I write about something related to my experience of disability and illness. It stems from ‘five-minute Friday when I followed prompts set by the originator of the site, and I do this with

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Age, not just a number…

Milestones, done differently… I have a pretty good idea of which milestone I reached at which age, from talking to my parents over the years, from photographs or from my own memories. I was late to start walking and talking

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The one with the Hospital…

I do so hate all these absences from my writing. This time, it’s because I was in hospital. I am still in hospital, actually, just writing this from my room as my lovely Mum got mobile Internet sorted out. I

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Fifteen on Friday: lunchtime

What’s so special about lunchtime? At first glance, you may think my chosen topic a little odd… after all what does lunch have to do with a fifteen minute type-for-all, on disability? Given the effort this simple meal takes someone

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2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for sat n’ all that, with some surprising results, which you can read for yourself below: Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog

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