I have blogged before about how quickly I get cabin fever, and how a quick and sudden spike in pain can take away the ability to even hop on to my mobility scooter and go for a cruise. Somewhat sad and depressed today that I was going to have to miss out on a reunion of sorts this evening having psyched myself up to being out in my wheelchair and the people going to the trouble of choosing an accessible restaurant (not as simple as one might expect). Cabin fever of being stuck inside on a week with little rain was really getting to me. I fought it in the one relaxing way I now know I love thanks to the photo101 course, and that was taking my 5 minutes exercise getting up and outside and wandering around my garden (so the 5 minutes of walking took nearly an hour to complete but it was outside and it allowed me to take some beautiful images all from my back garden. I hope you enjoy them……..
seachy Learning about the world of blogging as a way to accept my disability, share my daily positives, talk about the challenges I face, help to inspire others to push themselves a bit harder, and hopefully spread a little bit of fun and humour in what can otherwise be an uninspiring world I have recently been privileged to be the founder of Wymondham Access Group, a group designed to support businesses and work with councils to remove barriers to make my hometown in Norfolk Accessible to all.