……is without doubt Tots Town, I blogged about it before, but I think you can never be really sure until you have a return visit. We had the said visit today, meeting some family there and we certainly were not disappointed. Just as much fun, just as much interaction and play with my LG and I even got to be Batman in my wheelchair, kids really do just see a person and not a disability. It is almost a shame that we have to grow up. It was lovely that the visits are pre booked so never too crowded to prevent me from moving around easily and at 75 minutes just long enough so as not to exhaust me to pain. The perfect place for us 🙂
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.