Category Archives: 2013

Of Shoes And Strings And Sealing Wax, And A Ton Of Navel Fluff


After being incredibly remiss with this blog since breaking my arm in August, my muse has finally poked me to write up about the highlights of my year and attempt to catch up with you all. It’s one thing to … Continue reading

Posted in 2013, Accomplishments, Adventures, Adventures In Preserves, Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life, Autism, Blogging, Book, Born This Way, Christmas, Diet And Fitness, Disability, Epilepsy, Family, Five Minutes Of Fame, Gardening, Good People, Health, Hobbies, Home, I Love Autism Kids, Injuries, Kitchen Witchy, Love, Mason Kayne, My Son, Navel Gazing, Not A Supermarket Tomato, Pets, Pickling, Positivity, Proud Parent Of An Autistic Child, Psychiatric, Publishing, Reminiscense, Seizures, Spiders, The Writing Industry, Tribble Towers, Wedding | 9 Comments

Staring Without Seeing, And Other Stories


That’s what I tend to do when I’m waiting for my hospital appointments; I have my Kindle, of course, but occasionally my gaze will sweep the waiting area and see – but not see. Images are vaguely noted – sometimes … Continue reading

Posted in "Mutants", 2013, Adapting, Anxiety, Autism, Autism Awareness, Autistic Behaviours, Autistic Meltdown, Body Image, Boobs, Born This Way, Disability, Doctor Who, English Hospitals, Epilepsy, Epilepsy Awareness, Health, Heightened Awareness, Injuries, Kindle | 4 Comments

Disability, Voluntary Work And Government Deception


We all have that One Relative, or know that One Person, who sits at home watching Jeremy Vile, scratching their arse, chainsmoking and eating their own bodyweight in Doritos whilst gleefully living off the state with absolutely no intention of … Continue reading

Posted in 2013, About The Carer, Abuse, David Cameron, DWP, Government Deception, Voluntary Work | 23 Comments

Luke’s Attic #2 – Mister Smith And The Doctor


For once, Luke felt no irritation when Mister Smith sounded his trumpeting fanfare. Mum had berrated the ancient mind of the machine so many times for this, but today Luke was comforted by the sound. Happy memories flooded back as … Continue reading

Posted in 2013, Creative Writing, Creativity, Doctor Who, Fanfiction, Sarah Jane Adventures, Sarah Jane Smith | Leave a comment

“You Should Get A Job…”


“… And then you’d be getting paid for something worthwhile complaining about.” I looked at her; a pretty woman with blonde hair, a stinky attitude and a smug expression on her face. I stand some inches taller than she, and … Continue reading

Posted in "Mutants", 2013, Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life, Animal Neglect, Animals, Attitudes, Barking, Born This Way, Bullies, Bullying, Cruelty, Disability, Disability Aids, Disablism, Discomfort, Dogs, Dreams, Emotional Pain, Epilepsy, Epilepsy Action, Epilepsy Awareness, Injuries, Medication, Neurological, Not A Supermarket Tomato, Nuisance, People, Personal Goals, Pets, Proud To Be Me, Rant, Seizures, Self, Stupidity Gets A Tag Now, The Ignorance Of Strangers, Wheelchairs | 36 Comments

Count The Shadows


When you’re a Whovian, if somebody mentions a library you immediately think of the episode Silence In The Library and the Vashta Nerada: I’m sure that library staff the world over are fed up with asking someone if they need … Continue reading

Posted in 2013, A Madman With A Box, Adapting, butimbeautiful, Deeper, Diane Duane, Doctor Who, Fandom, Geekiness, Health, Hobbies, Injuries, Learning, Library, Marc Schuster, Mark Schuster, Martha Reynolds | 4 Comments

Along Came A Spider


Since  I  last blogged, various things have happened – mostly to me as opposed to for me, but that’s nothing new. The first thing that happened to me was a young female spider, who I was examining in the garden one … Continue reading

Posted in 2013, Doctor Who, Geekiness, Injuries, Learning, Libraries | 10 Comments

Pony Poo And The Townie


In spite of close on six years living in a semi-rural area of Chelmsford, I am occasionally forcibly reminded that a part of me will always be a town girl (even though I detest towns and my escape from Cheltenham … Continue reading

Posted in 2013, Essex Countryside, Good People, People, Ponies, Pony Poo | 9 Comments

Frank La Rocca, Epilepsy Nurse


This blog post is actually not about Frank La Rocca at all – more about my visit with the neurologist today – but since his name is always amongst “Top Searches” on my dashboard and I received a message a … Continue reading

Posted in "Mutants", 2013, Accomplishments, Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life, Book, butimbeautiful, Deeper, Disability, English Hospitals, Epilepsy, Frank La Rocca, Friends, Health, Kindle, Maldon, Medication, Milestones, Neurological, Not A Supermarket Tomato, Positivity, Progress, Proud To Be Me, Seizures | 5 Comments

Epilepsy: Don’t Let It Eat You


The title I’ve selected for this blog is something that I said during a film interview. I am unable to share the video here because I’ve not yet received permission, but it was a video filmed by Epilepsy Action last … Continue reading

Posted in "Mutants", 2013, Acceptance, Attitudes, Epilepsy, Epilepsy Action, Epilepsy Awareness | 15 Comments