After the ball was over… #britmumslive 2014 – live from London

Hey space fans!  I know I have been neglectful of late but I have a good excuse, I promise – and a note from my Mum.  The intrepid bipedal and 4 wheeled warrior (aka J and I) have been living it large in Espania, and now in London.  It feels like we haven’t seen home in a while and I hurt in places I didn’t know existed, but we have had a blast! This Friday and Saturday (today – hurrah!) was Britmums Live 2014, and I have hardly begun to process the fun, laughs, and frolics as well as the […]

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OOTD: Long cream sweater, leggings and boots – wheelchair wearable winter

So far in my blog, I’ve not focused to much on my primary passion – wheelchair fashion!  There are some great shops and sites that make clothing that is specially cut and adapted for the wheelchair user, but as yet I haven’t been flush enough to order.  I would absolutely love to try them out, but for now, I tend to plump for adapting and selecting clothing available on the high street, making the shapes, styles and cuts work for me. This outfit is very basic, but I find many of the best outfits are.  It’s how you style them […]

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SportsDirect.com online clearance sale: womens, mens, children

While out shopping the other day, me and J went into Sports Direct in search for a) Christmas pressies and b) trainers for J, hopefully both.  We found the perfect pair for J, but when we asked for it in his size (an 11), the sales assistant came back and said they only had a 10 or a 12.  While J contemplated the possibilities of either squeezing into a 10, or packing out a 12, I asked the sales assistant if they had a website.  I understood this to be a fairly stupid question when the sales assistant responded with […]

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