Or 'Mikeystones', as I'm now calling them! If only I had known back then, what I know now. That 'all in good time' applies to this kid and that there is no other timeline he's working on, other than his own. What a sense of freedom this has instilled in me, as I begin to … Continue reading The Summer of Milestones
It really is! 😉 I have had a little read tonight on posts gone by, and this time last year I was most upset with who I was keeping company with! No one in particular, it was just some experiences with the whole debacle of trying to keep one foot in this world and one … Continue reading It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Where does the time go! It's been a big 7 years, and this one, 2018, has been particularly noteworthy. It seems like only yesterday he was digging into a jar of vegemite on the cream coloured carpet in our rental property, to chewing on tablets of blue loo. Nowadays, you'll see him more discerning with … Continue reading And just like that, he no longer eats blue loo!
Four words most parents of children with disabilities get fed up of hearing. With every right, too. 'It could be worse' Who decides for us what is enough, what we need and what we should be grateful for? I only had to prove in the past 7 years, repeating myself over and over again, that … Continue reading It could be worse.
The day of the divorce was a beautiful day in Brisbane. The sky was blue and cloudless. The sun was shining bright and the city had a slight buzz as it was beginning to wake up to start its busy day. As we walked across to the hospital, we had a feeling of anticipation, for … Continue reading They day we divorced from epilepsy