Daughter of MND
I visit my mum every two weeks, which is hard for a number of reasons. I miss her when I’m in London, and I feel guilty for not being able to do more for my family (trust me, there’s a whole other blog post about that – coming soon). 429 more words
4 months ago
Sharing an article from Blizzard itself.
PvP Like a Pro: Finding the Right Partners
Competing in Arena can be a lot of fun but for many players it’s difficult to get started. 582 more words
What a couple of weeks, I should say. I’m sorry for my prolonged silence. There’s been a lot happening, and most of it hasn’t been fantastic. 818 more words
4 months, 1 week ago
Three weeks ago, Mum finally had her PEG fitted.
Right from the start of this journey, we knew she needed the PEG. By the time we received her diagnosis, her swallowing was starting to deteriorate. 776 more words
4 months, 3 weeks ago
The week after we were told Mum has Progressive Bulbar Palsy, we were all still reeling. I had returned to work, to London, and I didn’t really know what was going to happen next. 795 more words
I mentioned on Monday that I have so much to tell you about, but I guess I’m a flighty person, because a campaign I saw on Facebook caught my eye, and I want to talk about it. 654 more words
5 months ago
I’m sorry for leaving it so long. The days seem to fly by so quickly, and before I know it, ten days have slipped by since I last wrote something. 532 more words