I do think I am a bit odd as far as my MS symptoms are concerned. I just call it odd! I was formerly diagnosed with primary progressive ms (ppms) nearly 14 years ago when I was 21 but looking … Continue reading My MS
I have traveled to a few European cities and Amsterdam is by far my favorite. I love it and would go there and over again. The atmosphere seems so relaxed and friendly and no body seems in a rush. There … Continue reading Amsterdam
I have to admit that I have a bit of a thing for ‘musicals’. I even have a list of ones I would like to see and once I have seen them, I tick them off and add some more. … Continue reading Musicals
As a family, we have decided to produce a bucket board rather than individual lists. We have bought a cork board, split it into 4 and are going to have a quarter each to list … Continue reading Our bucket board.
In 2014, my husband and I were lucky enough to see Sting at the Manchester arena. It had been top of my ‘bucket list’ for a long time to see him but never thought that it would actually happen but it did. Never give up on your dream.
Below, I have listed some of my favorite songs and their artists;
Sting – ‘Fragile’
U2 – ‘One’ Our wedding song
Ben Howard – ‘The fear’
REM – ‘Shiny happy people” Reminds me of my teenage years.
Kylie ‘I just can’t get you out of my head’ Always on the radio when Kev and I first got together.
Fleetwood mac – ‘The chain’ just an awesome rift.
Semi sonic – ‘ Secret smile’ A special song
Damitn Rice – ‘Blower’s daughter’ Such a beautiful song.
No doubt – ‘ Don’t speak’ Fantastic lyrics
Cyndi Lauper – ‘Time after time’ A very special song to me!
10 of my favorites but there are so many more!
Exercise is a very important aspect of my daily regime in dealing with my ms. Not only does it keep me moving and flexible but it also improves my ‘happy hormones’ and makes me feel better. I am quite restricted … Continue reading Ways I treat my ms – 02
I am not sure whether to call this beauty a cruise liner, a vessel, a boat or ‘Boaty mc boat face’ but what ever I call it is not going to detract from it’s splendour. It is glamerous in looks … Continue reading Oceana
Messina, Sicily sits under the ever present threat of Mount Etna and volcanic eruption. Messina itself is full of stunning architecture but is not the friendliest place that I have ever visited. The most noticeable thing was the lack of … Continue reading Messina-Sicily
Wow is all that I need to say about venice really. It is breathtakingly magical and would love to go back there. We were taken from the cruise liner to the vaporetto, a boat that was wheelchair accessible and travelled … Continue reading Venice
What a beautiful place Split is and I am so pleased that I got to explore it’s shores as part of our cruise. Originally, the vessel was going to have to drop anchor at sea which would of meant the … Continue reading Split (Croatia)
Two weeks ago, my husband and I went on a cruise and paid a short but very enjoyable visit to Dubrovnik in Croatia. Iw a sunny day although a little breezy. In fact, it was sunny enough for me to … Continue reading Dubrovnik
I just thought that I would clear up why I sign everything off Boo. It has nothing to do with Halloween or frightening people like some of you may think. A few years ago, my husband and myself were watching the kids film Monsters inc. Those of you that have watched the film will know that the little girl in it is called boo. my husband started calling me Boo after this and it is the nick name he still gives me. So it is as simple as that. Boo x Continue reading Why Boo?