Situations Aren’t Worth Comparing

Dear readers, I have been procrastinating about writing this post for a while due to not wanting to share my dark thoughts with the whole entire world but I’m doing it anyway! This week my boyfriend started studying IT at La Trobe University and I’ve had to work through some envy. Before I delve deep into my swampy emotions I want to make very clear that I’m so proud of him and these boastful feelings override any other. I’m not envious of what he’s doing because I want to be studying IT or even be at uni myself. I am … Continue reading Situations Aren’t Worth Comparing

La-Ven-Fla or La-Ven-Die

As a part of cerebral palsy, speech can be tricky to pronounce clearly and for others to understand me. For an example, I spent a hour trying to say the word lavender as it came up in conversation with my boyfriend. However, no matter how I tried it kept coming out as la-ven-fla or la-ven-die which was very funny at the time. In the end after a hour, I eventually persisted enough to pronounce lavender correctly. If you are looking for a moral to this story, you can say if you want something that seems like an unreachable goal, persist … Continue reading La-Ven-Fla or La-Ven-Die

Introduction

To mark this momentous occasion of christening girlonwheels I thought I’d tell you three significant things you should know about me before diving in deep. 1. I have a bunch of amazing carers who are with me 24/7. These people not only keep me from becoming hangry but they also stand beside me when I’m wigging out about drama which sometimes can be like Bold And The Beautiful. I just hope that I return the favour. 2. Mum’s wonderful too, she’s always everywhere I need her and even when I don’t know I need her. However, recently moving out of … Continue reading Introduction