Yesterday I wrote with pride about my stealthy stair-climbing skills as I crept past my niece’s room while she was asleep.
In the morning Fat Sister brought me a slice of peanut butter on toast. Because she’s my sister she … read more
Because lots of my support workers are still away after the holidays I’ve had a few more gaps in my support than normal. Fat Sister and King Russell have stepped in to help, and last night I went to stay … read more
I’m quite surprised to find myself at the last day of 2017. There are a million clichés about time passing quickly, and I’m loath to mention any of them, but this year really does feel as if it’s gone by … read more
Touretteshero’s had a birthday party in the past, and has delivered lots of events, but we’ve never had a team party before, and that’s because until recently we were mainly just a team of two, Leftwing Idiot and me.… read more
While my tics might not be part of my conscious thought processes, they definitely reflect the time and cultural references of my childhood, and this means that the stars of 1980’s children’s TV get a strong showing.
Of all these … read more
I’ve been in Milton Keynes today for a meeting: Leftwing Idiot, Will, Lily and I travelled there by train. Even though it’s only a short journey I transferred out of my wheelchair and onto a seat to be a bit … read more
My niece, affectionately known as Squidge, is now six months old and she’s been desperately trying to stand for the last few weeks.
I’ve just got back from performing at the No Limits Festival in Berlin. Before we went … read more
My niece is five months old now and she’s amazing company. We hang out together most days and I absolutely adore her. It’s amazing watching her grow and develop. But as the months pass I can feel myself getting strangely … read more
I’m taking regular pain killers at the moment because of the chronic pain I’m experiencing in my back and hips – they’re essential for helping me get through the day and feel comfortable.
But I’m not brilliant at remembering to … read more
What’s the best way to manage jet lag? Turn’s out that epic re-arranging of furniture’s what works best for me.
We landed back in the UK this morning following an overnight flight from New York where we’ve been for the … read more