A thought for Wednesday. Accessibility Definition: "...able to be reached,... or used by people who have a disability. Features such as non-slip floors and accessible entrances" I was going to post this on facebook, following a visit to the optician which was long and tiring, preceded by a week plus on bedrest which was equally … Continue reading Accessibility – Why More Is Needed
As I sit masked in duvet land hunkered down, with my husband on door duty for a repair. It feels like a melting pot of emotions here and in the UK at the moment. As this country's leaders try to edge us out of a 3rd lockdown, we see other countries having to go back … Continue reading What Happens Next?
A fairly recent, very light-hearted, conversation prompted a thought. And as my readers will know, that's not unusual for me. The conversation... I had been chatting with one of my children & reflecting on their recent visit to Tate Modern in London. (No, I still haven't reached the dizzy heights of London.) We discussed our … Continue reading Is Chronic illness Live Art?