One more of the many, many downsides of "the unspeakable problem" (incontinence, see other posts for some of the other problems) for me is the many clothes changes I'm going through at the moment!! If I was rich I have to admit that this would be a big up-side because it would be the perfect … Continue reading Mismatches!!!
Firstly I wanted to say that I was totally blown away by your response to my post on "the unspeakable problem". Far from being unspeakable there was such an outpouring that I was totally in awe of the courage of people out there who, like me are dealing with incontinence everyday/all the time 24/7. People … Continue reading Summer days out!!
I know it's not something that most people talk about and there is a reason for that but today I want to talk incontinence. It's not talked about because it is embarrassing, it's not interesting and it's not something that you want most people to know about. It's not something that you can just chat … Continue reading The unspeakable problem!!
Yet again two days ago saw me off to the hospital with mum for yet more blood tests!! We have researched and found out the quieter times because of my sensory problems and problems with crowds so late morning saw mum and me at the local hospital for my blood tests. Seems however that most … Continue reading Blood test deja vous!!
When I became disabled I was training for a teaching degree, which after postponements and an awful lot of trials and tribulations I achieved. However since that time my health has become steadily worse and so I've been unable to work. Life on benefits is far from what the media can make it out to … Continue reading Surveys surveys surveys!!
Today was D-Day, my first appointment with my new doctor. I can't say that I was looking forward to it. My brain was in total overdrive and the two nightmares I had last night definitely didn't help. I had written my list, an essential piece of my doctors appointment equipment for without it I am … Continue reading Phew, that wasn’t as bad as expected!! But has anyone seen my knuckle??
So the other night I had my first ever (or that I can remember) disabled dream. I think that having been able bodied before and having not used a wheelchair for a lot of my life I have always dreamt that I was still able to walk about. My dreams seemed to be an escape … Continue reading My first ever disabled dream.
I've suffered with migraines since I was approximately 4 years old, but you try telling the schools nurse (we had school nurses when I was at school) that you have a migraine and that you can't do anything about them when you're that age. I heard that I was making them up, or it was … Continue reading Migraines and Mishaps
I have again had real problems with trying to think about what to write. I have been aware that while I really wanted to connect to people about my disability and issues that I and other disabled people have, I also wanted to review products and share useful things that I have and use to … Continue reading Naps are important!!
Well today I've been getting back to being a bit more crafty, it's always hard for me now to admit that I cannot do as much crafting as I would like to but with a lot of adaptation I can still do some things. Cake baking and decorating is one of my loves, I love … Continue reading An unusual request to put the crafty back into the CraftyInsomniac