As I’ve just about recovered from the stress of trying to do a half decent job of putting together a video for Undiagnosed Children’s Day (representing over 2000 SWAN UK members, no pressure!), and because pizza hut assured me that they could feed the children, I have finally found a small sliver of time to make
Today is NHS Change Day. So, in honour of those good souls full of enthusiasm and drive to make the NHS a better and safer place for its patients, I’m going to tackle one of those subjects that are usually better left waiting outside with religion and politics. I would just like to make a
For a child who is as dependant on adults as Dominic is, helping him reclaim an element of control is never a bad thing. How else is he going to develop a sense of his own self-worth if he is never reminded that, even though he is ever so small, he doesn’t have to just
Ok, so I’ll admit, I generally think that Facebook is a platform for us to all lie to each other and perhaps even to ourselves too. The funny incident with the duct tape and the baby sitter makes for a great update, but admit it, at the time it was just plain embarrassing, and perhaps a little unnerving. I think forcing ourselves to see the funny or ridiculous side of our human failings is a trait to be applauded though, all too often we take ourselves far too seriously, and if it takes a Facebook status to make us come up with another, more positive view of a situation, then it’s no bad thing, even if our sole purpose is merely to try and convince the world that we are funnier, smarter and have a better social life than any of our friends.