Toby Foster on BBC Sheffield made a really important point. Whatever your views are about the end of isolation. However you choose to get on with life, think about the people around you and what their individual needs may be.
‘I am also optimistic about we have gained and learned. We have definitely become even closer as a family unit than we were before, and we’ve shared experiences with each other/family/friends that we never would have, had it not been for a pandemic! ‘
‘Christmas is Coming’! ‘It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas’. These are the songs that often echo in my head as I am wrapping presents and decorating the house leading up to Christmas. This year the songs that echo in my head are, ‘All I want for Christmas’ and ‘Driving home for Christmas’. IContinue reading “A Very Covid Christmas”
My first book ‘Our Family’s Journey Through Disability and Cancer’, will be released in October 2020.Monies from sales will be donated to @CLIC_Sargent and @DSAInfo.My blog today gives you more information about the book and why I have written it.#leukaemia #teenagecancer #downsyndrome #specialneeds #disability #family #familyblog #charities #clicsargent #downsyndromeassociation #acutelymphoblasticleaukaemia #covid19 #coronavirus #pandemic #2020 #september #childhoodcancerawareness #cancercharities #newauthor #author #newbook #amazon #ingramspark
I complete this article on #BlackTuesday 2nd June 2020. My mind is so troubled and heart is so heavy with sadness of the death of George Flloyd and the handling of this case by the American Police and the American Government. Racism is rife in the 21st century and not just in America. A lot of the times it is hidden and subtle, making it difficult to prove it has happened. At a time like this we as human beings, no matter what colour, need to step up, question and make efforts to stop this horrible, sad and shocking crime. A crime that has gone on for far too long. If anger and sadness is not expressed, we will not be any further forward to supressing racism. There is never a reason to be racist. Racism has been discussed openly in our household. Acceptance of one another is a crucial quality we can instill in our children.
This blog is for all children whose lives are on pause as they experience this pandemic. They have moved from a generation who were seen as privileged to a generation whose childhood is now comparable to ‘war times’. A generation that will prove themselves to be resilient. A generation to be proud of.
Since my last blog the country is now in Lockdown! My husband and I being health professionals were still at work. Unfortunately, we are now housebound for 14 days. M started with a dry cough and runny nose 4 days ago, the day after lockdown . It was not easy trying to decide if sheContinue reading “ISOLATION”
This photo of my daughter K was taken on Mother’s Day. We celebrated it in the simplest manner as most Mums did this year. I am J, a Mum of 2 daughters K, aged 18 and M, 12, wife to N and I am a health professional. This is my first blog on my firstContinue reading “SHIELDING”