|Even our own cotton buds|
I appreciate that all disabilities have different needs but one of the things that really annoys me is when people think we don't deserve it to look nice too. This bathroom was just gorgeous plenty of room for the wheelchair the large sink at a useable height.
The grab rails and handrails made of chrome not your discoloured white.
The shower curtains clean and a beautiful shower seat that if I had wanted to use I could of done.
I am obviously home now and hope i can remember everything i want to record. One of the things I did notice is my sense of direction is appalling and my ability to find my own way has disappeared. I really need to rework on this. I think it may be because the last few years when I was trying to walk I could only do it holding onto someone and with 100% concentration I couldnt look where I was going or concentrate on anything but staying upright. Then when I was in my other chair I was pushed around somewhere during this time I have lost the skill of being aware of my surroundings and finding my own way around.
I was so bad Charlotte had to keep saying to be me stay in front mum so I can see you. This was hilarious as that is what I used to say to her as a toddler.
We did attempt the underground which for me was very very scary, we couldnt actually get on the tube because of the gap between platform and tube. We could of asked for assistance with ramps etc but we chose to walk and use the buses.
I am going to rethink my blog of london as I am tempted to put so much in and it may well get boring which would be a shame. I am well aware that at the minute I am still so very tired and trying to do so much and nothing very well . I might take a leaf out of my Bulldogs book and snuggle and sleep and just maybe have a little snack or two.