• The gift that keeps on giving

    Meet Alexa, The Latest Edition to My Family Thanks to my mum, and my amazing friends, I was blessed with an Echo Dot for Christmas. Initially, I thought it was just a glorified speaker and, whilst I needed one with volume control, I never got…

  • A Call Rekindled A Dream

    How a call rekindled a dream Last week, I went on a very special kind of adventure! Let me tell you what happened! It all began with a phone call, a few weeks back, that lead to me and my assistant getting on a train…

  • HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    Happy New Year! For me, 2019 was a year of healing, reflecting and of planting new seeds; and in 2020 I will continue to work and watch my seedlings grow. I have a lot to be sad about, but I choose to be thankful for…

  • A Printer Revelation!

    A Printer Revelation! Just because something has always been there, doesn’t mean it’s in the right place! This post refers to both things and people. Oh, and yes, I moved my printer from my ‘office’. 😂

  • Revitalise in Sandpipers

    Revitalise in Sandpipers I have been on holiday for a whole week by myself (ok technically not true but will explain soon) and I wish I could go back. Thanks to an unexpected Grant I was offered a week away for much needed respite at…

  • Settle the Score

    Help me settle the score! Yesterday I had a chat with UK gospel trailblazer, and my good friend, Roy Francis. I suggested that he does a competition on air, where the prize would be a 1-to-1 meeting with him. This competition would be aimed at…

  • The Barbershop Chronicles

    I remember this night, two years ago, watching The Barbershop Chronicles at the West Yorkshire Theatre. This play is soooooo good! Did you miss it? If yes, check out Leeds Play House in November (get you tickets in advance they will sell out quickly.) I…

  • The Biggest Gift

    When you’re feeling ill, but get a call from your friend saying “do you need a hug?” Silently, you say “I wish, but you’re in London.” Then you’re brain wakes up, “where are you?” ”See you in 9 minutes”, he says. And you barely have…

  • It’s the ME/CFS

    I just spoke to my dear friend Roy Francis and he could tell I wasn’t fine despite my attempt of trying to ‘brave face it.’ He told me to rest. 😊 People who know you and know your struggle but love you anyway are special friends indeed! ME…

  • ME/CFS Payback Sucks!

    ME/CFS Payback SUCKS! Having ME is really tough. I knew my body would react to me having the audacity of having a holiday but this Sucks!! No sympathy needed, I just needed to be honest. Some people won’t realise there is a cost for ME…

  • Dead for Lack of Care

    The other day, there was an article in Metro about Julie, a disabled woman who starved to death after her carer chose to go visit her own mother instead of doing her job. Julie, who needed help to eat, clothe and feed herself, died after…